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BDSM self-bondage

BDSM self-bondage
There are millions of people all over the world who love BDSM. BDSM is something that you can enjoy no matter what your age, gender, sexual orientation, nationality or appearance are. But there’s one caveat - when most people think about BDSM, they picture it as an activity that needs at least two participants. This is a misconception, as you can actually practice your BDSM fetish even if you don’t have a partner. Enter - self-bondage.

What is BDSM self-bondage?

A person who engages in self-bondage uses some type of physical restraints to bind him or herself as part of sexual experience. Self-bondage is more complicated than regular bondage with a partner, as there’s nobody there to free you from restraints if things go wrong.

Types of self-bondage in BDSM

There are two main types of self-bondage that you can engage in. During sensual self-bondage, the person who is being bound can get free from restraints at any point in time by reaching for the key or wherever else they may need to escape the restraints. During sensual self-bondage, the person can simply experience the feeling of being bound for any amount of time and then get free whenever they want. The other type of self-bondage is strict self-bondage. In it, the person can’t escape from the restraints for a certain amount of time no matter how much they try. This type of bondage is more exciting to some people, but it’s also more dangerous.

What types of release mechanisms are used in strict self-bondage?

All strict self-bondage devices have a release mechanism that sets the bound person free after a certain amount of time has passed. There are lots of different types or release mechanisms. For instance, some people freeze the key from the lock in a block of ice, which means they can only free themselves once the ice has melted. There are also ice locks, where the key is inserted in the lock and both are frozen together, so the kay can only be turned when they thaw. Similar release mechanisms use salt or sugar locks, where the substance needs to be dissolved in water in order to open the lock.

Emergency release mechanisms in self-bondage

People who engage in self-bondage often have a second release mechanism in case of an emergency. For instance, one option is to place a back-up key somewhere in your bedroom or house, common locations for storing the backup key include a jar of paint, a jug of oil, etc. Some people place the emergency key in a glass of bad-tasting liquid in a way that they have to drink the liquid in order to get free. Finally, others ask a friend to call them or come by at a certain time to make sure that everything is okay.

Frequently asked questions about BDSM self-bondage

Can I practice BDSM and bondage if I’m single?

There are lots of local and online BDSM communities where you can find a BDSM playmate with whom you can engage in BDSM scenes without starting a relationship. Alternatively, you can try self-bondage.

What types of restraints are used during self-bondage?

You can use all kinds of restraints for self-bondage, including handcuffs, rope, tape, chains and virtually any other material.

Is self-bondage dangerous?

Yes, self-bondage can be dangerous and even lethal if you’re not careful, so you should always start slowly, double-check your process and restraints and follow all the safety precautions when engaging in self-bondage.

How to ensure safety during self-bondage?

One of the easiest ways to ensure safety when trying to bind yourself is to have an emergency key somewhere where you can access it and also have a cell phone and a pair of safety scissors on hand.