Bondage is the act of tying up or restraining a consenting person. Bondage is one of the essential elements of BDSM and It’s what the B stands for. For some, having the power to restrain an individual is pleasurable and for others being the person experiencing the helplessness of being bound and
BDSM stands for Bondage, Discipline(BD), Sadism, Masochism(SM), whereas, some use the overlapping abbreviation: Bondage, Discipline(BD), Dominance, Submission (DS) Sadism, Masochism(SM). Most things kink fall under one of these categories. BDSM is largely misunderstood and misjudged by the vanilla world and has a somewhat “bad” name, but It needs to be very
A bondage frame in the shape of an X used in dungeons to restrain a submissive. A submissive may be restrained facing forward or backward with his arms, waist, and ankles tied to the frame. Also known as St. Andrew’s Cross. The ends of each beam have attachments that a
A type of sexual roleplay in which a dominant plays an authoritative medical professional and their submissive partner plays a patient. Such play includes an intimate examination, where the dominant partner examines the submissive partner’s body parts, especially their private parts, strips them or performs humiliating procedures.
A common piece of bondage equipment that can be found in many dungeons and clubs. A chair with a high back made out of sturdy material and often nailed to the floor, with several straps and buckles to allow the dom to tie their sub into the chair. The chair
A-Frame is a large triangular frame with horizontal steel bars crossing the inside of the frame (some versions have a lattice of ropework instead of the bars). A person can be tied to the A-Frame in various positions, but usually, they will have their hands tied to the top of