How To Introduce Bondage To Your Partner

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So you're ready to bring some handcuffs into the bedroom, or a whip or a full on bondage outfit but aren't sure how to introduce them to your partner? Well there is definitely no reason for you to "settle" when it comes to your sexual satisfaction! Introducing bondage to your partner doesn't have to be as terrifying as you, or your partner perceive it to be! The word bondage can seem very intense to some, but these tips will help you successfully tie your partner down into a frenzy of bondage fantasy.

Okay, maybe that wasn't the best line to use if introducing your partner to bondage. Tying your partner down is actually exactly what you don't want to do to introduce your partner to this fantasy of yours. If you are usually very subtle in bed, this can seem very scary for the other person if they have no idea why you are randomly on this wild rampage. Be sure to first mention that you'd like to try handcuffs,whips or whatever you are eager to indulge in. Communication is key, and this isn't excused when it comes to trying new things in bed. Mention to your partner that you want to try something new and see where the conversation takes you. If you randomly tie your partner down out of nowhere, this may not give you the outcome you were hoping for.

As mentioned, the word bondage can give your partner a very intense, mental image. Be sure to say state specifies in regards to what you would like to try, such as handcuffs or a whip. The reason being is because the word bondage is, and can be associated with some intense things that your partner may want absolutely no involvement in. If you voice the word bondage, your partner may get the wrong idea and immediately shut down, however, if you state specifics, and start small, you are more than likely to get the response that you want.

Elaborating on the previous tip, start small. No, this doesn't mean start with a small whip, this means start by introducing bondage in smaller amounts. Again, if you walk in with a head to toe bondage outfit on when your partner has never heard you mention this before, they are probably going to be quite terrified, if not completely turned off. This doesn't sound good at all, so be sure to slowly introduce more intense things as your experience and love for bondage grows.

To play it safe when introducing bondage, avoid surprises. Never surprise your partner with a giant whip or a long rope to tie them down with. Sounds awfully creepy right? Can you imagine having passionate sex and you suddenly pull out a kinky whip? Talk about a mood killer. Always remember to mention something first, and if your partner agrees to indulge in this fantasy of yours, start with beginner bondage fun instead of the more intense options.

If everything goes well, your partner will love to indulge in bondage just as you do, and your kinky fantasy will be never-ending!