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The Beginner's Guide to Bondage Gear

When you start looking into bondage gear, it can be tough to know where to start. With so many options available, it’s hard to know where to begin! Fortunately, we’ve done all the research and picked out what we think are the best products for beginners in just about every category of bondage gear that you might be interested in. There’s no reason not to try some light bondage play today!

Ropes

Silk ropes are soft and nice—but that doesn’t mean it’s not effective. In fact, they are perfect for beginners because you won’t get sore from using it or struggle when putting knots together. While regular rope is rough on bare skin and can cause friction burns if you aren’t careful, these kinds of bondage ropes are designed with comfort in mind.

Paddles

If you’re interested in BDSM, bondage is a great place to start. One of the easiest ways to introduce bondage into your sex life is with a paddle. Ropes and chains can be intimidating for a novice—but giving your partner a few light spanks with a paddle gets both partners in on it right away. It also acts as an icebreaker, making even nervous beginners excited to get tied up and just go for it.

Blindfold

The first piece of BDSM gear you should buy is a blindfold. Non-leather styles can be inexpensive and are great for beginners. It doesn’t matter if you’re at home or out in public, being blindfolded creates a helpless feeling that makes your head go crazy with thoughts of what will happen next.

Ball Gag

A ball gag is usually a pretty good starting point for first-time bondage enthusiasts. This kind of device keeps you from speaking or making noise, which may make it easier to get into submissive headspace. It also might be a bit scary, which could be fun for some people who are trying something new. There are many kinds of ball gags, but most have a rubber ball that fits into your mouth and then buckles behind your head.

Bondage Straps

Straps come in different materials and configurations. Try nylon straps that are between two and three inches wide. They’re soft and comfortable, ideal for beginners who are looking for a more sensual experience (versus pain). They won’t chafe your skin or cut off circulation—but they’ll give you that firm feeling of restriction that makes bondage exciting.

Wrist and Ankle Straps

Wrist and ankle straps are a must. They’re used for keeping your hands tied up behind your back or for connecting wrists to ankles if you want your partner in a hogtie position (where their hands and feet are connected). This helps keep them restrained longer without having to redo knots as they wriggle around too much. Try straps with Velcro closures for easy and fuss-free wear.

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