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7 Things You Might Not Know About Spreader Bars

Some of the most common bondage gear sold today are spreader bars. While they’re quite simple, there are some interesting facts you might not know about this sex toy that can help you make the most of it and your play time, whether you’re tying up your lover or just want to test out your BDSM fantasies. Here are eight things you might not know about spreader bars.

1. What Are Spreader Bars?

Are you familiar with spreader bars? If not, they’re two bars that are chained or attached to your slave and used to keep them at a set distance apart. This toy won’t just keep your bondage slut under lock and key; its design combines form and function. So not only will you love to lock up your slave in it, but your slave will also love being locked in because they look so beautiful.

2. How Do They Work?

When a spreader bar is in use, it’s typically locked around a submissive partner’s ankles. Once secured, all their movements are controlled by their dominant partner. One of bondage’s most appealing aspects is that it allows one partner to maintain complete control over another.

3. Why Use Them?

While they might not be well-known in everyday conversation, a spreader bar can be a great addition to any BDSM collection. They’re an effective way to keep your slave under lock and key, help separate their legs and give you easy access to whatever toys or areas of their body you want. Another benefit? A spreader bar provides a perfect way to support rope harnesses and other kinky restraints.

4. Types of Spreader Bars

Just like most BDSM equipment, spreader bars can come in a variety of styles, from metal to plastic to leather. However, there are a few things you need to consider before you decide on one: where you want it to go (or what part of your slave you’d like it on), its weight and size, and whether or not you want it padded.

5. How to Use Them

One of BDSM’s most classic pieces of equipment, spreader bars have been used to tie up bottoms and keep them immobile for kinky pleasure for decades. But even if you’re a seasoned bondage pro, it’s good to know all there is to know about using spreader bars safely. With ample preparation though, even beginners should be able to give them a try.

6. How Safe Are They?

While some people think they’re dangerous, most experienced bondage enthusiasts know that’s not true. While it is possible to fracture a limb or other bone if you use them recklessly, most injuries are caused by users who don’t take their health seriously. The fact of the matter is that spreader bars are far safer than most other BDSM equipment—and even many household items—when used properly.

7. Both for men and women

Although spreader bars are primarily used in BDSM sex play, they can also be a useful tool for any sort of bondage. For example, men can use them to prevent their partner from touching his penis as well as to restrain her hands and feet during oral sex.

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