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Safe Bondage Tips for a Beginner

Your bound slave will love the way this soft rope feels as it circles their wrists, and they'll beg you to buy more to bind their ankles, arms, and even torso! After all, what's sexier than being tied up? To ensure that your submissive feels safe while they are bound up in bondages, however, it's important to take some extra precautions with proper precautionary measures. Fortunately, this post on safe bondage tips for a beginner will give you everything you need to know about properly securing your lover with this sexy material.

Six Safe Bondage Tips for a Beginner

They say that bondages can bring out your inner dominatrix, but you don't have to get into anything hardcore—even if you're new to kink. These six safe bondage tips will allow you to explore bondage without having to be totally tied up with knots! Our nylon bondage rope is ideal for beginners because it's so soft and sexy, making even the most nervous newbies excited to get tied up! Your submissive will love the way it feels encircling their wrists so much, they'll want you to buy more to tie up ankles, arms, and even necks! The best part? You don't need any fancy knots or elaborate lashing techniques—you can easily follow these simple steps once your rope arrives.

1) Wear Slip Resistant Shoes

If you’re using bondages to bind your submissive, be sure to wear shoes with slip-resistant soles. Slipping could cause you to lose your balance and fall onto your submissive. If you land on their hands or arms, they could break their wrist.

2) Use Smooth Surfaces and Mark Safe Words on Walls

When using bondages to tie someone up, always use smooth surfaces like chairs or beds. And if you plan on getting kinky with bondage, it’s always wise to mark safewords on any walls your submissive might be bound to. This will help them let you know when they have had enough and can't take any more excitement. Tie their ankles together first, then move onto their wrists.

3) Avoid Sharp Objects

Sharp objects, like knives and needles, are not safe toys. Think of your favorite chef’s knife. If you let your submissive grab hold of it, they could cut themselves badly or even die if it happens to be sharp enough to stab them in an artery. As far as needles go, well... you don’t want any accidents to happen there! Use blunt-tipped tools instead and don’t play with sharp ones unless both parties are experienced with them already.

4) Don't Leave a Bound Person Alone

Safety is of utmost importance when it comes to bondage. Even in consensual BDSM play, there are dangers to consider and precautions to take. Never leave someone who's bound alone—whether you're tying them up or they're tied up themselves. Make sure they have access to things like water and their cell phone, so if they need something, they can contact you without being able to free themselves. Also, don't leave the rope on someone who's tied down for longer than an hour.

5) Use Easy to Untie Knots

The first thing to keep in mind when it comes to tying up your partner is that you should be able to untie your knots quickly and easily. That way, if there’s an emergency or an accident and they need medical attention right away, you won’t have to panic while struggling with complicated knots. Basic knots like square knots, granny knots, and sheet bends are best because they don’t take long to untie.

6) Stay Awake While Tying Someone Up

For first-time bondage enthusiasts, one of their biggest fears is accidentally falling asleep while in midst of tying up their partner. One particularly easy way to avoid accidentally dozing off is by tying your partner’s wrists and ankles separately.

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