Tied Down: For the Bondage Curious & Crowned Master or Mistress

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take control of your lover and leave them begging at your feet? Do you lie awake and night wondering what it would be like to be driven into ecstasy-inspiring submission by your partner or is this possibly something you experienced last weekend?

Whether you’re a seasoned bondage queen/king or the idea fascinates you yet you have not taken the plunge yet, these products may be something you’ll all want to try!

What is BDSM?

If you already love the concept of BDSM, then you may be familiar with many of the items below, but you may still want to check them out as we have great prices on all your favorite items and some future favorites you don’t even know you love yet! If you are unfamiliar with BDSM, let me explain. The concept of BDSM is composed of two or more individuals who use power play to inflict pain and pleasurable experiences on one another to create sexual tension, ecstasy & release. The letters BDSM stand for Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Sadism & Masochism. Although many use the practices of BDSM for experimental role playing, some might even consider it a complete lifestyle.

In BDSM, trust is a key factor because the roles of Master/Mistress and Slave are the most common used during this type of roleplay which requires the Master/Mistress to dominate/control the Slave and for the Slave to submit. Other names for these roles are Dominant/Top role & Bottom/Submissive role. Some partners in a relationship may choose to always hold the same roles while other may switch roles periodically. For each role, many activities that may include pain, submission, begging, restraints, humiliation and more are played out during times agreed upon known as sessions or scenes. Although most times, sexual interactions result in the power play, it is not vital for a session of BDSM.

Not to be confused with any real kind of sexual violence or assault, BDSM usually follows one of two basic codes: “SSC” or “RACK.” “SSC” stands for Safe, Sane & Consensual, which means that all acts are based on Safe, Sane & Consensual agreements of all parties involved. In slight contrast, “RACK” is a more extreme agreement meant for the more experienced BDSM lover which stands for Risk Aware Consensual Kink and provides that all parties agree upon things that can or cannot take place during a session, agree to the use of a safe word if needed, and the idea that each party is more responsible for their own well being than a safe agreement . Some prefer “RACK” as a more intense option for BDSM as it is much less predictable than “SSC” and, within the limit agreements made beforehand, can push boundaries further and has a level of apprehensive spontaneity often not shared with “SSC.”

It is up to you and your partner’s discretion which style of BDSM you will undertake. We recommend you consider safety precautions before embarking on any sexual journey together and that they are made with strong bonds of trust and compassion.

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