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Bondage, is it really something explore or for only those that can open trust another? Have done Bondage before was it a good experience or  bad? Does help in the realtionship?

 

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flemco
Mar. 27th, 2004 06:39 am (UTC)
Bondage is like Bacon. You can never have too much bacon.
puzzleoflight
Mar. 27th, 2004 09:12 am (UTC)
I love the kitsune. Where did you get it?
twilightfenix
Mar. 28th, 2004 04:09 am (UTC)
Thanks ^_^

Well she is one of my Avatars on Go-Gaia
I just commissioned someone to animate her ^_^
aquila_dominus
Mar. 27th, 2004 07:58 pm (UTC)
I would never recommend bondage with someone you didn't trust. There are far too many bad things that can happen and you need to know that your limits, what ever they are, can be respected. That is not to say that the trust can not come quickly, but it should be there first.

I personally enjoy bondage quite a lot. While I have been on both sides of the rope I prefer do be doing the tying but the occassional switch can also be enjoyable. I've also had good and bad experiences, though none of the bad experiences were directly related to the bondage.

Does it help in a relationship? That depends entirely on the people involved. I can't really say it would help unless the partners were really into it and it was something they deeply wanted from time to time. For me, bondage is a part of my intimate relationships because it is a part of me and who I am. Does every encounter involve bondage, no, but it is and integral part of me and so it's always there. Depends on the people.
thebb73
Mar. 29th, 2004 05:11 am (UTC)
I anjoy it because it helps me to relax. I have a problem with enjoying intimacy sometimes because my mind is working too much. I can't seem to simply relax and enjoy it. Bondage helps that. When the restraint is there, and someone else seems to be leading the direction of the actions, I don't have to think as much and simply let my body take over. That is much more enjoyable.

I am going to agree with KingOberon on the other two questions. Trust is a MUST. If you are going to be involved in a situation that could become dangerous, it is absolutely essential that you trust each other not to go to the point of danger. Simple silk scarves can become dangerous if things go really wrong.

Also as KingOberon said, wheather or not bondage helps a relationship depends on the people involved. I would say that bondage in and of itself does not help a relationship. What helps is compatability. If bondage is definatively a part of who someone is, than it helps if the other partner also appreciates the act. If one person is deeply interested in the activity and the other person is "just not into that" then there will likely eventually be a problem in the relationship. However, it is not really the bondage that caused the problem, it was mearly the sympton.

dmo214
Mar. 29th, 2004 06:24 pm (UTC)
1) I think it's a little of both. Curiosity sure. Trust, almost a necessity.
2) Never did bondage in the sense of sexual experimentation. I have tried it in the "Houdini, I can escape from this trap" experience. And for the record, I was successful. I'll say it was a learning experience.
3) If both people are into it, then I think so. If not, then it depends on how one is willing to try new things.
sage1217
Mar. 30th, 2004 07:33 am (UTC)
I think a lot of people "Play" at bondage...for those who actually embrace it as a lifestyle, I think it is as vast as any other life style.

For me...ANY experience has to be with someone I trust implicity.. emotionally.. Besides... I think I am a closet submissive... with an addiction to Gor books. Oh..maybe that takes me out of the closet.. and just makes me a virgin subby....hehehe..
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