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What are some basic BDSM knots?

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My GF and are interested in some light BDSM so we got some props like ropes and cuffs and blindfolds, but we honestly have no idea how to tie the rope so that it doesn’t tear her skin or stop her blood flow. In the movies and pics the ties look fancy and nice, we have no idea how to make those.

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  1. Tying knots is an actual art and a highly appreciated skill in BDSM. Bondage knots are not just the plain old knots on your shoelaces. They require some practice, focus and imagination, a good rope and a steady hand. There are many, many types of knots and ties you can try in BDSM but they can all be roughly divided into single column ties (those that go around a single wrist, ankle, waist, etc, or a single pole, bedpost, etc) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhzIQCoLjDc and double column ties (which are meant to tie two parts of the body together or to tie a body part to an item such as bedpost) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ItFtMDL-9I. Knots can also be divided according to the part of the body they are meant for – chest, waist, arms, legs, ankles, wrists. There are also whole body knots, Japanese knots, suspension knots and extra-fast knots for the practice of “takedown.” You can find plenty of online guides and tutorials for tying different knots, and there are even experts giving lessons in bondage knots and ties. Some of the common basic BDSM knots for beginners include the square knot, the half hitch and the clove hitch and you can find out more about each of them here http://asibdsm.com/bdsm-basics-bondage-knots/.

    Anne - Dec 28, 2016 | Reply


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