Bondage Ties for Beginners

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Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby BondageLover88 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 11:03 pm

I have no experience with rope when it comes to tying someone up. Can anyone tell me any rope ties that is easy and for beginners that anyone can learn. Thank you.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby BondageLover88 » Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:24 pm

BondageLover88 wrote:I have no experience with rope when it comes to tying someone up. Can anyone tell me any rope ties that is easy and for beginners that anyone can learn. Thank you.


Can someone please let me know. I really want to learn some easy rope ties and use them on someone. Thank you. Really appreciate it.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby Stahlketten » Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:20 pm

Go to your local library and check out a book on "Knots".
That is a pretty good beginning.
Another is just watch a couple of bondage videos.
As long as you can tie a good square knot and the guest can't get to the knot to untie it, it should work fine.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby BondageLover88 » Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:47 pm

Stahlketten wrote:Go to your local library and check out a book on "Knots".
That is a pretty good beginning.
Another is just watch a couple of bondage videos.
As long as you can tie a good square knot and the guest can't get to the knot to untie it, it should work fine.


Thank you. Really appreciate it.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby gaby0001 » Sun Aug 02, 2020 9:30 pm

...and don't forget that practice makes perfect. So practice every chance you get :)
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby Tesgri » Tue Aug 04, 2020 6:01 pm

gaby0001 wrote:...and don't forget that practice makes perfect. So practice every chance you get :)


Indeed, I try to practice often and I've gotten pretty good over the years.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby BondageLover88 » Wed Aug 05, 2020 9:53 pm

Tesgri wrote:
gaby0001 wrote:...and don't forget that practice makes perfect. So practice every chance you get :)


Indeed, I try to practice often and I've gotten pretty good over the years.


Don't really have anyone that would actually let me practice on them. So just internet and books for now.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby gaby0001 » Fri Aug 07, 2020 7:19 pm

BondageLover88 wrote:
Tesgri wrote:
gaby0001 wrote:...and don't forget that practice makes perfect. So practice every chance you get :)


Indeed, I try to practice often and I've gotten pretty good over the years.


Don't really have anyone that would actually let me practice on them. So just internet and books for now.


try selfbondage. You don't need anyone but yourself to practice it. ;)
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby BondageLover88 » Sat Aug 08, 2020 1:03 am

If I don't get myself stuck in self bondage wouldn't have anyone to get me out,but will try it out.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby Tesgri » Sat Aug 08, 2020 5:20 pm

BondageLover88 wrote:If I don't get myself stuck in self bondage wouldn't have anyone to get me out,but will try it out.


That is a very valid, and major, concern. Always have a pair of shears/scissors that can cut through the rope - keep them on the floor, not on a dresser etc where you may not be able to reach them. It is better to cut and lose your only rope then your only limb.

Start with just doing body harnesses, or leg ties, you can learn a lot about tying arms/wrists by what you can also do to your legs. A double column tie works very similar regardless of the two things you're tying together.

If possible, and as potentially as embarrassing as it may be, have someone you can call on.

Self bondage is fun, and there's no denying there is a bit of a thrill when you try to get free and it's harder than you planned it to be but safety should be your first and last thought when deciding what to try.
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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

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Re: Bondage Ties for Beginners

Unread postby Natyropes » Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:44 am

Good safety tips. Thank you for sharing ;)
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