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What is Bondage Rope?

Bondage Rope is one of the most versatile BDSM restraint toys. You can use it to tie the sub into any position you desire. You can use it on the arms alone or on both hands and feet. In some cases, it can even work as a makeshift blindfold. You can use rope to cover and tie up the entire body. It’s up to you. If you’re a beginner in rope bondage, a simple tying-up practice will do. But for experts, they can already do highly-advanced rope bondage like Shibari which is the Japanese art of rope tying. It’s a very intricate tying technique and veteran BDSM practitioners can suspend someone up in the air by doing this technique.

Why do people like getting tied?

If you’re someone from the outside and has never tried rope bondage, it can seem scary and daunting. Why do people willingly get tied? Is there something wrong with them? Are they sick in the head? And I’d like you to know, the answer is a big no. BDSM is all about trust, communication and consent. There can be many reasons why people like getting tied. For one, it can be strangely “relaxing.” If you’re the one getting tied, suddenly you don’t have to make any decisions. Your fate is all up to the other person’s hands. You’re at their mercy and sometimes this feels liberating. You give it all up and let nature run its course. By being tied, you get a “freedom” from the world. This is just one common reason. Many people have different ideas and feelings when they’re getting tied. Whatever their reason is, getting tied and wanting to be tied doesn’t mean that something is wrong with them. You just like what you like.

How to choose a rope?

Let’s be real. Price is one of the considerations. You don’t want to go broke enjoying rope bondage but at the same time, you don’t want to sacrifice quality and body safety. Finding the right balance is a must. Here at Lauvette, we make sure that you get quality products for an affordable price.

Next, you need to consider the diameter of the rope. The thinner it is, the more pressure it will generate when you tie it on you. This leads to issues concerning circulation, nerve damage, general discomfort and bruising. For safety concerns, get a rope with a diameter of 5 millimeters or above. Lastly, consider the material. Do you want cotton, polypropylene, nylon, or maybe hemp? Consider the pros and cons of each type and decide which one is best suited for you and your plays.

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