Perhaps you’ve found yourself here because you can’t seem to shake off your fantasies of being all tied up in bed. Perhaps you dream of dominating your sexual partners or maybe you’d like to submit to someone instead. Whatever it is that has piqued your interest in Bondage, you’re certainly not alone.

 

Bondage, how ever increasingly popular, is still surrounded by stigma. Having to buy bondage gear can be daunting too. All that leather and latex, whips and cuffs, and not to mention, mastering buckles and ties. This beginners guide will not only help you buy the bondage gear you need but get you prepped and ready for use.

 

Do Your Research

Before you jump right in to buying any gear, do your research. There’s an endless amount of information online to help you work out exactly what you need to fulfil your fantasies. While bondage is enjoyed by many, every individual has their own intimate and personal relationship with it. To get the most pleasure out of your bondage experience try and find out what it is about bondage that gets you most excited. Does the thought of being tied up send a shiver down your spine? Or are you far more turned on by the thought of being the one tightening the knots?

 

Don’t Overdo it

Once you’ve figured out what you want, you can start researching or picking out the gear that’s right for you. You don’t want to burn out before you even begin so it’s important to start slow. Your relationship with bondage should be like good sex, take the time to set the mood and ease into things. When it comes to buying the gear, you can either discretely shop online or pop into a store and explore our gear in the flesh. Club X have a wide range of bondage gear. From beginners’ whips and paddles, to wrist cuffs and collars. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous there’s even kits that will help you set up different role play scenarios. From office chair restraints to Japanese silk love ropes, these kits give you all the tools you need to get started without being too complicated.

 

Do Communicate

Before indulging in bondage play with your partner ensure that there is clear communication between the two of you. This ensures both parties can get the most stimulation and pleasure from the experience. Safe words aren’t something you should be scared of. Just because you develop a safe word it in no way means things need to get to that point. This will allow both you and your partner to fully submit to your fantasies, knowing that you have your safe words there, as you explore what works for you both.

 

Don’t Be scared

Bondage by no means needs to be scary. While many are deterred from ever trying it out because they think it may be too much for them, it’s important to remember bondage is a big umbrella that covers a whole variety and level of fetishes and toys. Make sure you and your partner establish an understanding of the level that you want to take things to. Don’t be scared to dive right in. Whether you take the lead or not, experimenting with bondage is empowering and liberating.


Do Enjoy

Most importantly enjoy the ride that bondage will take you on. As you explore things deeper and deeper with your partner browse Club X for new toys to make your relationship with bondage a long and satisfying one.

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