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Frequently Asked Questions

Bondage: Where a Bit of Pain Turns to Sweet Pleasure?
Bondage, or BDSM, is sexual play that involves dominance, discipline, submission, sadism and/or masochism to spice things up. Unique tastes for bondage may run from mild to extreme, all of which is okay as long as you and your partner are consenting adults and adequate safety precautions are taken.

Generally, bondage involves consensually being restrained or restraining your partner for erotic purposes. You may be turned on by the fact that you are being submissively dominated by another, or that you are dominating your partner. It all depends on your preferred role in the sex play.

So where does the sexual pleasure of bondage come from? it’s a paraphilic psychological condition called vincilagnia; sexual arousal by being tied up or bound in BDSM role-play, and inflicting or receiving humiliation.

Most derive pleasure from bondage because of the temporary transfer of control either from one’s self to another or from another to one’s self. There are a variety of bondage games and roles you can play, either based on your unique fantasy or something you are trying to imitate.

Regardless of the scenario, the important thing is to have your bondage session built on consent and communication. These two are key because you or your partner need to be able to communicate at any point when the game should stop.

Bondage encounters may not necessarily involve the act of sex itself. The bondage act itself typically can lead to a release of adrenaline and endorphins in the participants that is in itself pleasurably satisfactory. But when you combine the rush of adrenaline and endorphins with an orgasm, the resulting pleasure is beyond the regular. Couples also use bondage activities to strengthen trust and communication between one another.

Whether you are vastly experienced in bondage or are experimenting for the first time, we have available a variety of interesting toys and devices to help amplify the enjoyment of your bondage sessions.

Browse our colourful catalogue of restraints, whips, paddles, ticklers, chastity devices, nipple and clit clamps, and much more for your intense pleasure.

 

What is the difference between bondage, fetish and kink?

For many, bondage is an opportunity to explore physical pleasures on a deeper level, as well as build a deeper and more meaningful relationship with their partner. It is also a great way for couples to safely explore their sexual likes and dislikes.
If you are into bondage, or even curious about it, you will eventually hear use of words such as kink and fetish. While both fall under the practice of bondage, their meanings are actually quite different. For instance, you can be kinky without having a fetish, but you can’t have fetishes without being kinky.
Being kinky can be described as being turned on by unusual practices or objects and acting on that arousal. An example could be watching specific types of porn, being spanked, being gagged, wearing a chastity belt, and so on. If you have a kink, you can choose to indulge in it or not.
On the other hand, a fetish is more of a compulsive or obsessive sexual behaviour than an optional one. A fetish sexual behaviour is basically a hardwired compulsion. Even though kink and fetish are typically used interchangeably, fetish connotes a deeper affection for a personal kink which the individual almost can’t help but indulge in.
Put more simply, a kink is some unique sex play you like or enjoy, while fetish is something that causes difficulty performing sexually or enjoying sex if it is not present.

What is the history of bondage?
Modern day BDSM (bondage domination sadomasochism) was only coined as a phrase in the 90’s, but it’s origins are deep in history. Typically for a sexual practise that is based on unequal roles and power, the consent was not always optional in the times of slavery.

Bondage isn’t a new phenomenon and has actually been going on for centuries. Difference is the modern day requirement for consent which ensures all parties involved are into it and having a good time. This is a good thing that helps make sure your adventure into bondage is a wholly enjoyable one that you can safely explore to your heart’s content.

 

Can you hurt yourself in bondage?

Bondage erotic games are in certain ways closely associated with pain and helplessness on the part of the sub. So to avoid anyone overly getting hurt, you have to be careful not to go overboard. Our toys help minimise the risk of actually getting hurt when you use them sensibly.

How to use bondage safely?
The key to safe bondage is communication. This is why it is important to have a safe word all parties involved have agreed to before the fun starts. A safety word is a verbal device used during bondage to immediately stop the game if something isn’t going well. Choosing a word that is unrelated to sex is advised so as to prevent any confusion.
Alongside agreeing to a safe word, let your partner know what you are comfortable with trying and what is a no-no before you start. Adding a bit of flexibility creates room for you to experience something you had no idea you’d enjoy. But if you suspect your partner is uneasy with something you want to try, please stop and talk about it.
If your partner is unable to verbally communicate because they are gagged, give them a bell, or a buzzer, or something else to signify they want to stop the session. Also have duplicate keys available for a chastity belt or other restraint for in case the primary key goes missing.
Another safety tip is to avoid using restraints in a manner that may impair breathing. So best to avoid ropes or other restrictions around the throat, unless specifically designed for such.
Always check to ensure sure your partner’s blood circulation isn’t been cut off by the restraints. Poor blood circulation is characterised by hand and feet getting cold or turning blue.
To avoid infection, be sure to use a sex toy cleaner on bondage toys before and after each use.

What does bondage feel like?

Depending on your fantasy, a bondage session can be simple or really complicated. It can involve a partner being voluntarily bound with restraints and/or being blindfolded. The restrained partner will then be sexually stimulated through intercourse, masturbation, oral sex, or with a toy.
The unbound partner may derive sexual pleasure from being in control of the other, while the bound partner derives sexual pleasure from being “helpless” in the hands of the trusted partner. The whole scenario is simply an enactment and fulfilment of deep seated sexual fantasies.
Several couples involve in bondage for a more fulfilling sexual experience by rendering the restrained partner vulnerable to a variety of desirable sex acts. They also find it to be relationship-affirming as it leaves the restrained partner wholly dependent on their partner for sexual satisfaction.

Types of Bondage
Bondage games can occur in a variety of ways, especially depending on the toys you have access to. Common bondage practices include:

  • Rope bondage
  • Decorative bondage
  • Animal roleplay
  • Breast torture
  • Cock and ball torture (CBT)
  • Spanking
  • Sexual roleplay
  • Salirophilia
  • Pussy torture
  • Predicament bondage
  • Play piercing
  • Paraphilic infantilism
  • Medical play
  • Japanese bondage
  • Human furniture
  • Golden showers (urinating)
  • Flogging
  • Edgeplay
  • Suspension
  • Tickle torture
  • Wax play Electrical Play
  • Master/Slave Training

We’ve got all the toys you need to actualise any of these fantasies. Browse our colourful catalogue to get started.

What is bondage and BDSM?

BDSM stands for bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism. The BDSM abbreviation covers a wide range of interests, and many people only enjoy parts of it. Bondage is a part of BDSM the practice of consensually restraining your partner for erotic or aesthetic stimulation. You can restrain your partner using numerous types of bondage sex toys that we shall discuss later. Bondage can be used as part of sex, or alongside other BDSM activities. A big part of why people enjoy bondage and restraining or being restrained is due to the temporary transfer of control. Remember when practicing bondage or getting involved in any power exchange scenario that communication is essential, that’s why the BDSM community are strong advocates of three watch words: safe, sane and consensual. BDSM encounters are known as ‘scenes’ where usually a dominant and submissive engage in various experiences that may not involve actual sex. Head space plays a big role in BDSM scenes and is usually brought on by spikes in adrenaline and endorphins in the submissive. Once again after you have finished the ‘scene’ it’s a good practice to communicate and debrief your partner. Many people who get involved in BDSM activities say that it strengthens trust and communication between both partners.

What are the best bondage products?

Here is a list of our best bondage products based on reviews and also what our customers have bought in the past:

  1. Bound to Please Bondage Tape – £4.95 – Bondage tape is a great product for people who want to try out restraint play for the first time. The tape only sticks to itself, meaning that it won’t stick to the skin or your clothes. The great thing about bondage tape is that it gives you complete customizability on how you want to restrain your partner.

  2. Bound to Please Bondage Rope Black – £9.95 – This cotton bondage rope is a sturdy restraint that won’t rub on the skin. It is perfect for shibari or to simply restrain your partner. Bondage rope is a truly versatile restraint and again allows customization of the type of restraint that you can create with your partner.

  3. Secret Swag Bag-Fetish – £24.95 – The Secret Swag Bag usually comes with a wide variety of different BDSM gear that tends to be targeted towards beginners, however it can sometimes include some stuff for more experienced BDSM people as well. With the secret swag bag you get approximately £50 worth of goods for £24.95!

  4. Bound to Please Silicone Riding Crop – £9.95 – This small riding crop is perfect for beginners who want to try out impact play for the first time. The traditional riding crop with a body-safe silicone tip features a flexible shaft that gives you a satisfying sting!

  5. BOUND Nubuck Leather Solid Ball Gag – £19.95 – This high quality ball gag has a silicone rubber ball and straps made from high quality nubuck leather. The strap has soft padding so it is comfortable to wear for longer periods. It has a 7 hole fastening system that is padlock-able, giving the dominant partner complete control.

  6. Under the Bed Restraints – £19.95 – The Under the Bed Restraint System is extremely easy to use and a great way to tie up your partner. Simply slip the restraints under your mattress and fasten them in. The straps are padded for comfort, and feature Velcro fastening for easy release and extra comfort.

  7. Bound to Please Nipple Clamps and Chain – £9.95 – These tweezer style nipple clamps feature cushioned tips for comfort and also an easy to use slide to fit design. They are perfect for nipple play beginners as well as S and M enthusiasts!

  8. BOUND Nubuck Leather Flogger – £24.95 – This beautifully crafted, high quality nubuck leather flogger is incredibly popular with our customers. Featuring a wrist wrap for enhanced grip and easy storage, the nubuck leather flogger makes a great addition to any ones collection.

  9. ElectraStim Flick Duo Stimulator Multi-Pack – £228.95 – The ElectraStim Flick Multi-Pack includes a flick EM80 Digital Stimulator that has 25 different intensity levels and 8 pre-programmed patterns that can be selected with the easy to use controller. Work your way through the settings and find one that you are your partner enjoy the most and experience electro stimulation like no other!

  10. BOUND Nubuck Leather Wrist Restraints – £34.95 – These high quality wrist restraints are made from nubuck leather and are padded for the wearers comfort. The high quality cuffs have a detachable double trigger hook chain and an adjustable circumference of 15.7-31.4cm. These are some of our highest rated and best reviewed wrist cuffs! After buying these beautifully wrist restraints many of our customers came back to order even more of the award wining Bound range.

  11. Impound Gladiator Male Chastity Device – £39.95 – The whole Impound range took the chastity world by storm, and the Impound Gladiator quickly became one of our best selling chastity devices, and our best selling cock cage. It features three different sized rings meaning the wearer can find the perfect fit.

  12. Bound to Please Silicone Spanking Paddle – £24.95 – The Bound to Please Silicone Spanking Paddle is our most popular paddle. It is made completely from silicone and delivers a serious thwack! It features two different sides, one flat and one textured, giving you two different sensations.

  13. Bound to Please Silicone Universal Cuffs – £28.95 – These high quality universal cuffs can be used on your wrist or ankles. They are made from extremely soft and smooth silicone making them suitable for vegetarians and those with an aversion to leather. They also feature a padlock-able buckle prong for ultimate security

  14. Bound Nubuck Leather Blindfold – £9.95 – This high quality nubuck leather blindfold is perfect for those who want to delve into the world of sensory deprivation for the first time. It features an elastic strap on the back making it extremely comfortable to wear whilst ensuring a tight and comfortable fit.

  15. Bound to Please Silicone Collar and Lead Set – £29.95 – This collar and lead set is perfect for vegans and vegetarians, or those with an aversion to leather. The high quality silicone collar with a chain lead feels extremely smooth and soft on the skin, it is easy to clean and will please those who prefer their bondage sessions leather free

If you still can’t find what you are looking for take a look at our best selling bondage items here.

What are the different types of BDSM?

There are many different types of BDSM, below we have outlined some of the most popular:

  • Sensation Play – this is probably the most vanilla form of BDSM and many couples would have engaged in it at one time or another. Types of sensation play include sensory deprivation, hair pulling, tickling, temperature okay and really any other form of teasing and denial. By simply teasing your partner with a crop can increase sensitivity all over the body, especially in the erogenous zones. For some great sensation play products take a look at our blindfolds and gags, or our paddles and ticklers.

  • Bondage – Bondage is the consensual binding or tying of a partner. This can be done with rope, cuffs, or bondage tape. Bondage plays a large role in positioning during BDSM scenes. This is usually done by spreading out body parts or by binding the arms and legs. The dominant would restrain the submissive, who would usually get enjoyment from feeling helpless or vulnerable. Bondage can be simply handcuffing your partner, or more complex, such as Shibari, the Japanese art of rope tying.

  • Impact Play – Impact play is the repeated striking of a submissive partner by the dominant. This can be spanking, flogging, or whipping, all of which deliver a variety of different sensations to the area of impact. The material of the equipment and the strike surface all determine the type of sensation produced. Take a look at our crops, paddles and floggers to find the best tool for impact play for you and your partner. Remember that safety is extremely important whilst getting involved in impact play.

  • Electrical Play – Electrical stimulation is a risk-aware consensual kink, or RACK for short. It is highly recommended that participants research all the risks that are involved with electrical play before getting involved in it. Electrostimulation works by introducing electrical signals to the nerve endings that cause tingling and contractions. You can easily change the power and intensity of the electro-stimulation that your device delivers, so it is always good to start off slow and work your way up.to the higher intensities. View our full collection of electrical play products here.

  • Master/Slave Training – With this practice there is extra emphasis on Safe, sane and consensual BDSM play. Master and Slave training usually involves a total power exchange between the master and the Slave. The slave is the submissive who is often consenting to a 24/7 relationship with their master. It is very important to establish a contract with this type of relationship, the final contract is often shortly accompanied to a collaring ritual. You can view all our collars and leads here. In a master and slave relationship, the sub accepts that they are no longer free, and is now owned by another, where they can receive rewards and punishment for their behaviour.

What are the different types of bondage equipment?

There are many different types of bondage equipment, all of which can be used in the different types of BDSM. These products include blindfolds, gags, restraints, collars, chastity devices, spanking tools, and nipple clamps. Here at SexToys.co.uk we have a large range of different BDSM equipment made from all types of materials, so you will be sure to find something that takes your fancy!

Does one-size fit all?

We are all differently built, both physically and in terms of sexual appetite. hat said, we want to encourage all participants in a bondage session have a good time so we provide all aids, toys, and other bondage equipment in a variety of sizes and styles to fit unique individual needs.
By contacting us for a friendly chat, we can guide you on what size or style of restraints, chastity devices, rings, and other toys will best suit your needs. The better the fit of a toy, the more fun you and your partner are bound to have with it.

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While some are still close-minded to bondage, it doesn’t change the fact that the practice is becoming increasingly popular and indulged in.
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