When we hear of BDSM we often think of sex dungeons, dominatrix, whips, leather and crazy sex scenarios that seem like a lifetime away for a lot of us. Here is the correct definition of BDSM. I want to teach you how you can have some kinky BDSM sex in your own home, with your partner, and without spending lots of money. Restraint is one of the first and easiest places to start when venturing into the world of BDSM.
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My immediate thoughts turn to DIY bondage…. Which, to be fair, I was. I want to be restrained — helpless and tied and strapped so tight all I can do is push against the bonds as he fucks me. But I also love that crushing feeling in my chest — squashing my tits in the same way a tight corset would. After about half an hour of working out how the ratchet things worked, we managed to get some semblance of a sex set-up — blue canvas straps secured tightly to the bed, at roughly the places where my chest and ankles should be. It presses so many of my buttons. I slipped under the restraints, and he tightened them.
This is one of them! Safety is important, and so is having fun. Do not restrain someone by the neck. Check circulation by looking for skin that may turn blue or white, and ask or order your activity partner to tell you if they start to feel pins and needles. Also make sure you can release them quickly, either by practicing undoing the restraints or by keeping a pair of flat bandage scissors on hand for rope play.
There are a few under bed bondage restraint kits available on the market. In all instances, these are an effective and cheap solution to some great bondage scenes. This under bed kit is very simple, comprising of just two lengths of webbing that cross under the mattress and come up at the corners to restrain your submissive in a spread eagle position.