Bondage Safety #1

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Learning how to practice safe bondage play is essential for not only the safety of the people involved during each bondage session, but also an important part of sexual enjoyment – generally the safer we feel the more we are able to relax and enjoy ourselves.

There’s one area of bondage safety which we often neglect, and that is our play area and its surroundings. Time and time again we read articles offering tips on how to turn your bedroom into a sexual paradise, from common sense suggestions such as changing your bed sheets to more romantic ideas of using rose petals and more. However these articles often neglect to talk about how to make your sexual arena a safe area to play within.

During bondage play, from using restraints, to sensory stimulation and even deprivation, there are times we will struggle. Struggling isn’t always due to being frightened, sometimes our body flinches and clenching uncontrollably with pleasure.

Due to the possibility of uncontrollable movements, it is important to assess your surroundings for any potential hazards which may inflict harm. If a submissive is tied and bound, their ability to protect themselves if they fall accidentally will be limited. There are no safe words which can protect someone from a sudden fall onto a table, into a radiator, or even against a hard floor. Even if a safety word is used while the submissive is falling, it’s very rare that a Dominate will have the speed and agility to save them in time before impact.

Having a safe play area is not only beneficial to the safety of the submissive, but it also allows the Dominant more room to move around and fully explore their sex creativity without any trip-ups. One of the worst mood changers during a sub / Dom scenario is when the submissive gets to witness their Dominant amusingly stumble onto their knees by accident.

To prevent any unwanted bruising, other injuries, as well as undesired humiliation, simply make sure your erotic arena is prepared prior to your sensual session. Move tables out of the way, keep burning objects at a safe distance (unless you are indulging in wax play), make sure lubricant bottles aren’t rolling around on the floor, and double check the sturdiness of any play chairs, beds, and even Saint Andrew’s Crosses.

Once you have made some space for your sexual adventures to come alive in, attire the area with cushions and other appropriate furniture which can be used to make bondage play more relaxing and enjoyable.

While this chore may seem tedious, it’ll help make your sessions go more smoothly. To make this task more enjoyable the submissive could move the furnishing via the command of the Dominant. Incorporate it into your play regime, and use it as a way of bonding with each other as if it were a part of mental process of your bondage games.

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