Bondage Basics

A model posing for a bondage kink photoshoot
Bondage is one of the essential elements of BDSM. It’s what the B stands for. Bondage spices things up with rope, strips of cloths, chains, leather bands, etc. Bondage ties up (pun intended) being submissive with not being able to move freely - the less movement, the better.

If you’re just starting out, you can experiment with bondage using simple household items such as scarves and duct tape. Learning simple rope ties can also help. Because it’s so easy to get started, bondage is often people’s first entry into the world of BDSM, but it can also become more and more complex. Master bondage riggers can tie people up in artful and exciting ways.

Bondage is meant to be a pleasurable experience. Not being able to move and letting someone else be in control should be something that the person being tied wants to do.

See Whiplr Elite Isabella Sinclaire explain one of the primary elements of BDSM and Bondage: staying safe, sane, and consensual.