BDSM Equipment

BDSM Equipment

Spreader bars can be attached via cuffs to either the wrists or the ankles (or, in some cases, both simultaneously), and some models have an extra attachment point in the middle so that they can be tied or locked onto something else. They restrict movement more thoroughly than some other methods, as they're used to keep the hands or feet a set distance apart. This, of course, makes them are excellent choice for people who want to make sure their submissives can't try and keep their legs together! They're relatively straightforward and inexpensive, making them a fantastic addition to pretty much anyone's kinky toy box.
Bondage rope is perhaps the most fundamental part of any bondage kit, and is a vital addition to anyone's sex toy collection - and the more, the better. Good bondage rope is soft, strong, well sealed at the ends and resistant to fraying. There are countless ways to use it, and a clever dominant can fashion enough rope into almost anything else; cuffs, a collar, even a gag! The most important thing is to have a pair of shears on hand whenever you're playing with rope; that way, if you need to release someone from a tie quickly and painlessly, you won't be stuck fumbling with knots long after they've used a safeword.
Ring gags are unique in that, while they still remove the wearer's ability to use their mouth as they usually would, they leave a few other options wide open. The ring-shaped opening means that a submissive wearing one of these gags can still be put to good use for giving oral sex or playing watersports-related games--all the while being unable to speak, make much noise or regain control over their mouth. Like other gags, they come in a variety of materials including rubber, metal and plastic--and they're available at many different price points. Just take care not to cause choking, and always arrange a nonverbal safeword before the gag goes on. Cover photo: wyldenkinky.
Pretty much any collar serves as a fantastic addition to the look and feel of your BDSM. Posture collars, in particular, are designed to have an extra function. They're not just a way to mark someone as yours, hook on a leash or haul them about a bit! They're pretty rigid and generally very wide, forcing the wearer to stand up straight and hold their head and body in a specific manner. This can add to the psychological aspect of a scene, making someone feel more constrained with minimal effort. They also form part of a training fetish for some people, allowing the wearer to feel as though they're being taught to stand and move the way their dominant partner wishes.
Plastic wrap (also known as cling film or saran wrap) might be more commonly found in the kitchen than in the playroom, but it's a great addition to anyone's bondage kit. It's inexpensive, it's widely available, it's easy to use, it's versatile, and it's deceptively strong - it can be used to immobilise someone completely and is a fantastic way to live out any number of different fantasies. It's even more important to think about safety here than with many other bondage methods, though - plastic wrap can suffocate, and it's vital that you're incredibly careful if your clingfilm bondage gets anywhere near your submissive's face.
Penis gags are ideal for anyone who wants the use of their mouth (including the power of speech) entirely removed in one quick, easy action, particularly if they find that they're able to push ball gags out using their tongue. These gags are broadly similar to ball gags, but instead of having a ball-shaped mouth part the insertable portion of the gag is elongated, in a shape a little like a penis. This makes them easier to strap in tightly, harder to push out and far more overwhelmingly debilitating than other models of gag can be. There are also some fun psychological implications of a gag shaped like a penis! "What is a penis gag? Unlike other gags, the part that goes into the wearer’s mouth is fashioned to look like a penis. It fastens in the same way as other gags and is used in the same way but fills the mouth more than a ring or a ball gag for example.
Nose hooks as a part of bondage are all about finding creative ways to restrict a person's movement. They don't keep someone in place by physically preventing them from moving in a certain way, but by making it almost unbearably painful not to stay still - the nose is incredibly sensitive, and when it's been hooked like this the smallest movements in the wrong direction can be excruciating. They're also a way of making someone look subjugated, controlled and somewhat humiliated, which has a powerful psychological effect on both dominant players and submissive ones. Try combining them with full-body bondage for a thoroughly intensive experience.
Muzzle gags are designed to prevent animals from using their mouths - and submissives can benefit from the same effect! Muzzle gags don't usually remove the wearer's ability to speak, but rather cage around the mouth and jaw just like a dog's muzzle. This means they can still communicate, but they're prevented from making their own choices about what goes in and out of their mouths, and muzzle gags are a powerful symbol of being under someone else's control, too. Some are designed with openable 'hatches' that the dominant partner can unclip to slip in some food or drink, a cock or anything else that strikes their fancy. For obvious reasons, they're especially popular amongst people who are into puppy play.
Bondage mouthguard gags are essentially mouthguards such as the ones worn for sports or to prevent people grinding their teeth in their sleep, only attached to gags that lock around the head. They're generally used by masochists and other submissives who are into pain, because they give something to bite down on--which can be useful and welcomed during many pain play scenes! They're also comparatively difficult to push out of the mouth, particularly when compared to the more common ball gag model. They're generally made from rubber with leather straps, though other types are available. If you're prone to getting a beating, it's well worth looking out for one of these!
Medplay or Medical Play is common all through the kink world, and much of it has a slightly anachronistic feel - harking back to the days when some medical professionals would restrain their patents in ways we would now usually consider inhumane. This can include the use of straitjackets, someone being tied down onto a bed or inside a padded cage, or certain kinds of medical gags and speculums. High-quality medical restraints are often at the more expensive end of bondage equipment when compared with cuffs and rope, but they tend to be highly effective, and the aesthetics of them are undeniable to their fans!
Many people enjoy the sensation of being gagged, but because everyone's mouth is a different size and shape it can be tricky for some people to find a gag that truly keeps them from speaking or pushing it out. Inflatable gags are one way around this problem. They can be inflated to any size and they conform to the shape of the mouth they're in as they're blown up, making them a brilliant choice for the submissive who truly desires to have the use of their mouth restricted as much as possible. Most are made from latex or rubber, making them more durable and helping to protect them against being bitten.
Fans of CBT (Cock & Ball Torture) have long enjoyed the pleasures offered by the humbler. Humblers are comprised of two long wooden or metal bars with a corresponding dip in each, and they're screwed together around the penis and testicles. This makes it easier to maintain an erection but harder to reach a climax, enabling the dominant partner to keep their submissive in an aroused state without letting them have the release or orgasm for an extended period of time. Some models are designed to give a weak electric shock at the press of a button for extra added fun!
Bondage comes in many forms, and shackling is one of the most iconic. Metal shackles are attached to the walls of many dungeons, playrooms and party spaces--and they can take a bit of a pounding, making them a great choice for keeping stronger and more feisty submissives under control! They can be used on the wrists or the ankles, and in some cases are suitable for extended periods of confinement--assuming, of course, you're communicating with the person you've got locked up all the time, and you know how they're doing. If you get a chance to try shackling, it can be well worth it for the aesthetic potential alone.
Bondage sleepsacks are not unlike sleeping bags, with one significant difference - they zip up to the neck. Sleepsacks are almost entirely restrictive, and you'll need assistance to get yourself into and out of them, which makes them a particular favourite of people whose tastes in bondage run to the immobilising. While your mouth is of course still free, the rest of you won't be, and this makes them a fantastic mind-fuck, and a great thing to experiment with if you like the idea of being restrained and restricted as much as possible. They're comfortable enough for extended use, and some fans love to spend the whole night in them!
Here are Fetish.com, we often take a close look at unusual bondage equipment and we've covered several different methods of making full-body bondage work. Perhaps the most complete of those, though, is the vacbed. A vacbed is a rubber or latex 'bag' with a perfect seal and a breathing tube, that uses an ordinary domestic vacuum cleaner to pull out every last bit of air. The end result is complete immoblisation, along with a unique opportunity for breath play. These are often costly bits of kit and they are unsafe if misused, but so long as care is taken there's nothing quite like them for the sensation.
A sex machine is exactly what it sounds like - a piece of equipment, usually mains-powered, that can fuck its user hard and fast. They're often pricey, but they can be a lot of fun and for some people they're a fetish in their own right. They're also a great addition to all kinds of other scenes, particularly for those whose interest in BDSM is highly psychological and focused on mindfucks. If you can get your hands on one of these things, use your imagination - alone or with a partner, there's a hell of a lot you can do with a machine like this.
A vibrating male masturbator, masturbation machines are the male equivalent of fucking machines. Instead of having a dildo attached they have a masturbation sleeve. There are various sizes and shapes with all kinds of motors and are incredibly powerful and completely hands free too. The masturbation aids are made to resemble female genitalia to simulate PIV sex or anal sex, or like mouths to give the feelings of oral sex. There are different kinds of movements to simulate different sexual play. Some vibrate only, others thrust or do both at the same time. There are different sizes and types from commercial to bespoke made to fit the size of your pocket.
Fans of sensation play with a bit of a bite will want to look into vampire gloves. Usually made of leather, these gloves take their name from the dozens of pinpricks to be found in the palm - perfect for stroking, scratching and spanking a willing submissive who enjoys a little surprise. Be careful, though! While these gloves can be used to enhance all manner of interesting sensations, they are often genuinely sharp - so it's important to try out what you plan to do on yourself first, to make sure you know just how hard it's safe to go with them.
If you're after an impact play toy that has plenty of variables and can cover all imaginable bases, you can't go wrong with a good old-fashioned spanking paddle. They come in leather, wood or acrylic; padded in suede for a softer touch or spiked with metal to add an extra bite; drilled through with holes to help them pack a punch or double-layered for a truly impressive sound upon impact. They're small, easy to take out with you, highly personalisable, easy to learn how to use and often inexpensive. As a piece of starter kit, paddles can hardly be beaten - but they keep their appeal long after someone isn't a beginner anymore.
Many people enjoy the sensation of flagellation, and a lot of submissives will tell you that the flogger is their preferred method of impact play. They come in an enormous range of weights and materials and can be as harsh or as sensual as you fancy. They can take a bit of getting used to from the perspective of the wielder, so it's well worth doing a little advance practice and honing your flogging technique before you begin. The gamut of floggers runs all the way from soft suede to sharp-edged leather, meaning that there's something for everyone - no matter what your preferences and pain threshold.
Gas masks are a common sight in fetish clubs the world over. On the surface, it might seem like an odd choice. Why pick a symbol of war that isn't even bondage-related? The more you think about it, though, the more sense it makes. For one thing, a gas mask looks a little like a human face - but is completely anonymising and dehumanising. For another, the breathing tube allows for intense breath play controlled entirely by whoever is holding the other end. There's also a more obvious aesthetic appeal. These masks play into a specific alternative 'look' that many people find appealing. Whatever your reason for wanting one, make sure you find one without filters intended for wearing rather than as a relic - and do a little research to make sure you're getting one with all the features that interest you.
Many people who enjoy restrictive sensations crave the feeling of being immobilised, and there's no better way of doing that than a bondage body bag. They're available from a wide range of BDSM retailers, and they're one of the most complete and restrictive forms of full-body bondage available. The most important safety consideration with them is to ensure that the wearer is continuously supervised - it's not safe to leave someone so helpless alone for even a moment, as any number of things could occur. If you have that covered, though, wearing a bag like this can be a fantastically sensuous and comforting experience.
Suspension bondage often needs a slightly different kit to other bondage types, not least because of the extra safety concerns. Suspension cuffs need to be sturdier and more load-bearing than other bondage cuffs often are, not to mention they need reinforced d-rings! They may also be padded or covered at the edges, and they're usually wider than other cuffs - all to make sure that the wearer is in a safe, sustainable position that they can keep up without damaging themselves. It's vital not to perform suspension bondage with cuffs that aren't designed for it, so make sure you make the extra investment if you'd like to play around with being strung up!
Much like stocks, a straitjacket is a symbol of another era that has found its home in BDSM. They're wonderfully restrictive in a way that almost nothing else is, and they can give a sensation of full-body-binding that's as comforting as it is restrictive. Their aesthetics are also appealing to many BDSM fans, associated as they are with an intense power dynamic and a total loss of control in just about every way imaginable. They're often not cheap, but they're available for purchase from many BDSM retailers and most are adjustable to fit a wide range of body types and sizes.
Much of BDSM is psychological, and there's an undeniable appeal to the stereotypes of ye olde worlde corporal punishment. Bondage stocks are inherently a tool of both humiliation and confinement - two of the most important components of many people's kinks. While you won't find them in many town squares these days, they're available in the playspaces of many kink clubs and can be bought from a wide range of specialised sex toy stores. They can also be made relatively straightforwardly DIY style with some carved wood and a sturdy hinge, though for obvious reasons it's important to make sure you've sanded your wood as thoroughly as possible!
Petplay is a common kink, and ponyplay is one of its most widespread forms. The fetish comes primarily from the idea that ponies are controlled, bridled, cared for and ridden; ponyplay is a great way for a submissive to really feel their place and role. Most pony players have a specialised 'pony harness', designed to mimic the harnesses used on actual ponies but adapted specifically for the human anatomy. These harnesses usually include a headpiece, a bit gag and some kind of bridle and reins arrangement; they may also come with a saddle, to allow the submissive to be 'ridden', or something to help attach the harness to a pullable cart.
Few things are more psychologically restrictive than a head harness. They can be used to tie someone down, to pull them around, to gag them, to blindfold them, to restrict their sense of hearing, or simply as part of an outfit - there are dozens of different types, and they tend to be adjustable to make them suitable for use with people of all sizes. They have many similarities to bondage hoods, but while a hood tends to cover the entire face, head harnesses are more commonly comprised of a series of leather straps held together by metal hardware and fastened with buckles.
Gags come in many shapes and sizes. Funnel gags are not amongst the most common types, but they're invaluable to people who are into a few specific kinks. The most obvious of these is water sports, as a funnel gag makes some parts of that kink easier to practice! Those involved in feedism and fat fetishism also sometimes enjoy using them as part of the weight gain aspects of their kink. If you'd like to experiment with funnel gags, make sure to buy quality and experiment first--you could choke a sub if you make a mistake, so do your research and practice with care.
A bondage hood both looks intimidating and is very effective for any kind of head bondage. Most often they are made from leather, latex, rubber and PVC, bondage hoods can be worn as an accessory as well as for BDSM scenes. Comfortable to wear for a long time, a bondage hood can also be made to be very uncomfortable! Ideal for breathplay and sensory deprivation a bondage hood is a multi-use item that you can use in all kinds of different scenes. There are even hoods designed for pet play, if your sub is a puppy, pony or kitty, you can find a hood to fit their personality.
The bondage harness is an iconic symbol for all things kinky and fetish. Often used in mainstream media and film to indicate kinkiness, bondage harnesses are instantly recognisable by just about anyone, even your mother! There are several different styles from whole body to chest harnesses and bras, made too look good and also be practical. Held together with O and D rings, any of these harnesses can be used for restraint and bondage play. Very popular at dungeons, sex clubs and fetish parties, a bondage harness can be worn by any kinkster, submissive or dominant and is a highly popular item of fetish wear.
Bondage cuffs are great especially if your priority is speed over finesse! They can be used to tie someone's wrists or ankles together easily, either separately or into a hogtie. They're excellent for tying someone spread eagle to a bed or a piece of bondage equipment, and they make it easier than ever to lead your partner around. If you're interested in bondage, it's well worth investing in a good set of wrist and ankle cuffs - costlier ones are more durable and comfortable, too, making them a great choice for longer scenes and sessions. If you pick ones you especially like, they're also a great addition to your fetish clubbing outfits!
A violet wand glows, buzzes and hums and even has its own particular smell. It is designed to give static electric shocks. There are two kinds of violet wand, the mechanical and solid state. The solid state is best for most people, though more advanced users may prefer the double power of the mechanical machines. The electrodes (glass implements) are what give the violet wand its name as they glow a bright purple colour and look like a wand. When run over the skin they produce electric shocks. The wider the head the gentler the shock, so go for small heads for maximum pain!
Most bondage equipment focuses on restricting bodily movement, but that isn't always the case. Many people who enjoy being tied up or handcuffed also enjoy being caged; the sensation of restriction is less immediate, but it's just as psychologically overwhelming. A bondage cage also brings a certain aesthetic to a scene, and can help people into certain kinks such as pet play get more into the head spaces they love to explore. Some kinds of sensation play and similar can even work through the bars, and gags or hoods can add to the fun. When playing with bondage cages, be sure to consider their size and comfort levels - and, relatedly, how long it's sensible to stay inside one for.
Many BDSM relationships have a power exchange dynamic and one very classic way to show this is through the use of a collar and leash. It can be used as part of pet play with human puppies and kittens but the use of collars and leashes isn’t exclusive to this kind of play. Many submissives enjoy being lead round on a leash when they are at BDSM clubs, dungeons or even while enjoying a scene at home. It symbolises the control the dominant has over the submissive, by letting them physically dictate how their submissive moves and keeping them close to their Dom at all times.
Restraints come in many shapes and sizes: rope, cuffs, metal and more. Pretty much anything you'd use for bondage is a kind of restraint, making this a massive and versatile category! Most people who are at all interested in kink or BDSM are amenable to bondage and restraint play in some form or another, so it's a good idea to get a little practice in ASAP if you'd like to 'play around' and experiment with a variety of partners. Just be sure to keep to all the usual safety rules in mind: keep the keys nearby, always have a set of rope shears handy, learn how to play in a way that doesn't risk circulation and do your research before you begin!
In the words of the immortal Rihanna, "sticks and stones may break my bones - but chains and whips excite me". Whipping isn't quite as common a BDSM practice as the uninitiated might imagine (whips are unwieldy implements and difficult to use well; crops, canes, paddles and floggers are all far more usual) but it definitely has its fans. Bullwhips are occasionally to be seen in fetish clubs, and masochists who enjoy sharp sting-type pains are likely to have fun at the end of them. Enjoy the cracking noise when you hear it--it's a sign that you're breaking the sound barrier!
Needle play is usually thought of as being a subset of blood play, though it doesn't always necessarily involve blood. Most needle play is pretty straightforward, and involves play piercing using pre-sterilised, single-use needles designed to go through the skin and bought solely for the purpose. It is of course vital to only use any individual needle once, to make sure your needles are properly sterilised and to do your research before you begin your play. Make sure you have antiseptic wipes and plasters on hand, too - they're a vital part of aftercare for anyone who enjoys blood play and things related to it.
There are so many kinds of gags, ball, Jennings, soft, hard…there’s a gag for everyone. Designed to keep the bottom, submissive or slave relatively quiet, gags are a popular item for BDSM play. A gag stops the person wearing them from being able to communicate freely, this adds to the feeling of helplessness for the submissive partner and is another way for a Dominant to show their control. It’s very important to make sure the person wearing a gag is able to breathe and is comfortable in the gag, you want to stop their words, not their breath! With careful use, you can enjoy the sexy sound of silence, well, smothered screams and cries if not complete silence!
Bondage isn’t always simply about the practicality of restraint, the look and feel of the bondage item used can make a big difference to the psychology of a scene. For kinksters wanting heavy duty bondage, an armbinder is ideal. Corset like, these restraints look the part as well as practically keeping a person’s arms completely immobile behind them. Not for the inexperienced or faint at heart, an armbinder is perfect for strict bondage and could be used with other items to completely immobilise a naughty, wriggly sub. It can also be a very strong statement piece on its own too, giving the dominant complete control.
Kinksters wanting to add something more to their bondage play have been hooked by a devious and simple device: the anal hook. Simply made out of stainless steel, this hook has a ball at one end to insert into the anus of any willing sub and an O ring at the other end to tie rope to. This can then be tied to another part of the sub’s body or to a hard point. Any movement then makes the hook slide deeper, causing discomfort. Perfect if you need to keep a submissive still, always use lube and only use an anal hook if you have experience with rope.
Gagging a partner (or being the partner who is gagged) can be an erotic experience for many people - and ball gags are the most common type. They're an affordable and accessible way to experiment with gagging, and the aesthetics are iconic enough to add a little extra something to proceedings - especially when combined with bondage and fetish wear. Some people do find, however, that they're a little too easy to push out of their mouths; if you want an entirely incapacitating gag, penis or bite models can be more effective. As with all things, a little experimentation can go a long way!
Bondage aficionados often love to learn new ties, and the elbow harness is a great addition to anyone's bondage arsenal. It's a reasonably simple and straightforward tie, and there are plenty of guides available online that will walk you through it step by step. The elbow harness can be combined with other ties for full-body immobilisation, making it a fantastic choice for those who like their bondage to be as comprehensive as possible. Just make sure you practice loosely a few times before relying on it, and keep your rope shears handy in case you need to make a quick release.
Medical play is a pretty common kink, and not just because many people find doctors and nurses sexy! The clean, controlling lines of medical equipment make it a fantastic addition to many scenes, not least because of the psychological aspect. A Jennings gag - the metal implements used by dentists to hold the mouth open - can be used in medical play scenes, and provide a firm sensation and a deep mind-fuck that many people find extremely compelling. It's even more important to do your safety research with medical play than it is with all kink, though, as these implements can be dangerous if used improperly, so make sure you read up before you begin.
Collaring is a common practice in the BDSM community. People in all kinds of Dom/sub relationships often like to have something physical to symbolise the bond between them, be that a Daddy and his little girl or a Dominatrix and her slaveboy -and the giving and wearing of collars is frequently used in this way. For many people, a collar is a clear sign of a deep commitment and has a sincere emotional meaning for them. Of course, the objects used in this way aren't always literally collars--some kinky couples like to symbolise their ownership using bracelets, anklets, rings, chains or any other adornment that has a particular meaning for them.
Ready for some seriously sexy bondage play? Then you’re going to love a chastity belt. Fun for cuckold’s and kinky play alike, locking up your private parts has never been more fun. Chastity belts have historically been made for women but now there are ones made for men too. Dominants can get a real kick from locking their submissives in chastity. Most lock with an actual padlock so the key holder is in full control of what their sub does and doesn’t do from the waist down. Many are made for long term use but always think about safety and circulation!
People bind their breasts for all kinds of reasons. For some people, it's a part of helping themselves to look the way they feel they most want to look; this might be an aesthetic choice, or a part of someone's gender expression. For others, it's like a costume - a way of being someone else for a while, or of taking on a certain role. Genderqueer and non-binary folks might bind in some situations but not others, or on days when they feel their gender expression will benefit from it. Binding isn't usually overtly sexual, though many people who bind find it more comfortable to remain bound during a sexual encounter.
For many people, bondage is as much about the aesthetic as it is the sensation. Bondage yokes are a great example of this, as they're both extremely restrictive and have a classic look to them that's hard to beat! They can be pricey pieces of kit - your best bet for acquiring one is to look into some of the kinky craftspeople who offer handmade, artisanal BDSM gear and sex furniture - but there's no beating them for the aesthetic. They'll hold the wearer in a position that's convenient for all kinds of activities, and can be used in combination with other kinds of bondage and BDSM gear.
For bondage in a hurry, you can't go wrong with a bit of bondage tape. It comes in rolls a little like duct tape, and it's made of a flexible plastic that adheres only to itself. This means it's perfect for quick and dirty binding, tying and gagging! Bondage tape comes in all manner of colours and thicknesses, and is a fantastic addition to any BDSM travel kit. Just make sure you pack some scissors along with it - safety is paramount, and it's vital that you're able to get the tape off in a hurry if needs be. Bondage tape is available from almost all kink stores and sex shops, and it's also an affordable way to try bondage out for yourself for the first time.
Most people focus on wrist cuffs, ankle cuffs and collars for enhancing their bondage skills, but bondage belts - like thigh cuffs - can add a few extra possibilities. This is especially true for people who are into suspension bondage, as the waist makes a great extra source of support for someone you're rigging up - but it's absolutely vital to follow proper safety protocol and play with a safeword! If suspension isn't your thing, of course, bondage belts are still useful - combined with rope, cuffs and ties, they can help make almost any kind of bondage feel more restrictive and complete. Try one out as part of the bondage you're already used to and see the difference it makes!
For some people, there is little that is sexier than the sensation of being incapacitated. Having the use of your hands entirely removed can enhance this sensation like nothing else; you're rendered entirely helpless, unable to do even the simplest of things for yourself. Bondage mittens are frequently used in pet play and age play, as well as forming a part of straight-up bondage games for people outside of those kinky subcultures. They tend to be made of leather or PVC and come in several patterns and designs, including heavily padded models that serve to enhance the sense of dependency and restriction.
Most beds can be made bondage-friendly, but for the true aficionado there's nothing quite like a piece of furniture that has been purpose-made. Bondage beds are often found in the dungeons and play spaces of kink, fetish and sex clubs, and generally come with a wide variety of attachment points to help their users get into any position that takes their fancy. By using rope, handcuffs and other bondage accoutrements, the sky is the limit with one of these beds--so it's well worth trying one out if you get the opportunity! Just make sure you test everything first and keep rope shears on hand in case you need to make a swift release.
When you're wearing a blindfold, you have no sure way of knowing what your partner is going to do next. You're entirely at their mercy, and you're forced to rely on your other senses to figure out what's happening to you or what you can expect. When it's your partner who's wearing the blindfold, there's a rush of control and dominance that's difficult to resist. You've got them right where you want them, and, within their pre-agreed limits, you can have your way with them however you like. Plenty of sex shops can provide you with specialised blindfolds for blindfold games, but if you're still only experimenting with soft bondage, try a sleep mask or a silk scarf for starters; either can give you a fascinating insight.
Handcuffs have become a part of the collective conscience when it comes to kink. Whether they're the pink fluffy kind that snaps open and closed or the police-issue variety complete with a rigid middle section, they're as much a symbol as they are a sex toy. That doesn't mean they aren't a great addition to your kinky arsenal, however; there's something beautiful about hearing them snap on and knowing you couldn't wriggle out of them however hard you tried. As with all things, there are a couple of safety concerns. It's important to keep the key close by, and it's also vital that you don't use cheap 'novelty' handcuffs for bondage purposes; these can slip further closed around the wrist and cut off the blood supply, potentially causing damage.
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