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by on November 13, 2018
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Rope bondage is also known as roleplay. This is a technique that BDSM uses to restrict movement, wrap, suspend, secure the subject or restrain a person by use of a rope. Bondage ropes come in different varieties of materials and length. Japanese bondage users normally used natural fibers like hemp and jut.  The ropes are cut into 25-foot lengths. Westerners who are into bonding normally use long ropes that are a span from a wide range of materials. The ropes are very soft to avoid hurting and chuffing the skin and is easy to twist and straighten.

 

A bed with four posts is the most commonly used. The subject fixed on both the hands and legs mostly on the ankles and wrists, this is frequently referred to as the eagle spread.

Others use chairs; the subject is placed on a chair, their wrists are bound on the armrest or behind their back and behind their backrest. Their ankles are tied to the chair leg, more ropes can be used to keep the subject fully secured.

 

St. Andrews cross also known as standing at the cross has an X shape. The subjects points of each section are the anchor points that restrain the arms and legs, securely holding the subject in place.

 

The hog-tied position is where the subject is restrained at the wrists and ankles; all the four joints are converged together as they rest on their backs or stomachs.

 

Before engaging I this kind of pleasure, the people should be able to work out between the good pain and the severe pain. The subject must have a safe word and a secure and reliable mechanism in place of releasing the subject in case of an emergency. Those intending to participate in rope bonding should first learn about it as much as possible.

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Japanese Bondage

Japanese Bonding also is known as tight bonding is a Japanese style of bondage. The technique involves tying up the subject in intricate but straightforward patterns. Several pieces of thin rope are used to tie up the subject, the cords are between 4mm to 5 mm high and 7 to 8 meters long. Asanawa is the name of the Japanese natural fiber rope. The cords are primarily to give the dominance the feel of power and control over the subject.

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Shibari

Shibari is a Japanese word that means beautifully tied. Shibari came about from Hojojutsu, a martial art that was used in 1600 to mid-1800 by the Samurai. The samurai arrested their prisoners and tied them with ropes to restrain them. The prisoners were then put on public display to shame them.

 

This practice came to an end when the Shogunate was overthrown from power Shibari is entirely different from Western bondage in many ways. For instance, they prefer to use the fiber that does not stretch; the ropes are made of natural fiber which is hemp or jute instead of the silk, soft cotton or polyester that Westerners use The Shibari emphasizes more on the friction and wraps instead of knots. It has a bight, which is the middle point that works down towards the ends.

 

The Japanese bonding puts their focus more on the aesthetic of the ties and wraps instead of knots. Shibari usually uses building blocks and also they use repeated patterns in making ties. The participants are encouraged to first learn about these blocks and have a lot of basic safety knowledge.

 

Shibari has gained fame worldwide in the BDMS communities. More and more people are now trying it and getting into practicing it. However, those who are not Japanese may not understand, the Japanese have gained more appreciation for this, some people are now teaching others on how to do it right. Some of the popular ones have traveled around the world, with their performers to demonstrate how it is done.

 

Unfortunately, Shibari has raised some questions because of how some people are copying and exoticizing the practice. Some people who are not Japanese, who don't quite understand the culture and art behind the shibari are not doing it right. Some have gone ahead to wear kimono, or rope tops only while tying small Asian bottoms. People should, however, learn how to work the ties and make the experience more fun and enjoyable.

kinbaku bondage

Kinbaku

 

Kinbaku means tight binding. It also means the beauty of tight coupling. This style entails tying a person up using a visually intricate pattern; this involves several pieces of thin ropes. The rope is often jute, hemp, and linen. The cord is between 4mm and 6mm with a height of between 7 and 8. They use natural fiber rope that is known as asanawa.

 

The hemp rope was used to give the allusion and symbol of power. It is used by the BDSM community for the same reasons, to show strength and control. While the art of BDSM of Kinbaku seems to be the new wave in the world right now, it is a very traditional practice. The tradition evolved over centuries long before it made its way into the smutty, nipple-free crannies of social media. In the west, the subjugation tools have become the subjects of fantasy; the rope has a similar pattern of expression. In the western, metal chains were used to anchor damsels in distress fairy tales, the same way ropes were used to subdue the Japanese-

In the book The Beauty of Kinbaku, the author explains in detail about the practice of Shibari and Kinbaku, how to tie the ropes, how to stop if the subject gets hurt or wants to discontinue it During the feudal Edo era, the Samurai who are mostly dominant used ropes in combat and also in restraining prisoners from getting away. The martial art was known as hojojutsu, that is very similar to the today practice of Kinbaku. The kabuki theater started adapting the rope ties practices in the 20th century. The performances and ways of presentations may be different, but the performers try their best to recreate the moves as they were.

 

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