The secondary column tie is a core part of the rope bondage curriculum, right after the single column tie and the two column tie. It’s essential if you want to solve a lot of rope bondage problems in the safest way possible. Continue reading The Secondary Column Tie
… apparently, rope.
That came as a surprise to me, and I still remember it very clearly.
This was how I learned just how euphoric rope can make a person.
Continue reading All You Need For A Good Scene Is…
These days, I like to think that I’m pretty reasonable with rope bondage and using rope to create hot times.
But believe me, it’s been a journey. There have been some real bloopers along the way, and embarrassing though they are, I’ve decided to share them with you so that you don’t go through what I did.
Every single mistake listed taught me very real, meaningful, and important lessons that have helped me be more successful in creating positive, intense, and erotic experiences for me and my play partners. Continue reading 6 Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make With Bondage
For this post, I’m going to be going over the basic principles of tying a chest harness, which is a pretty awesome tie. I use them a LOT, for various different purposes.
The post will cover
- what they’re used for
- limitations of the harness
- and the important principles of how to tie them.
This is just a heads up to let you all know that I’m going to be working with a new email service from now on, which means I’ll be moving as many email addresses collected by my site as I can.
Now, this is new to me; I know ropey things pretty well, but the ins and outs of website design and affiliated email services are things I’m still learning about, and I’m going to ask you all to bear with me while I sort it all out.
You may receive new or different looking emails over the next few days as I work out the bugs, but I promise to do my best not to spam you – my intent is to make sure everyone gets the updates they asked for when they signed up, so that’s why I’m doing this.
Thank you all very much for your patience!
This post is for people who want to be tied up; and for rope tops who want to link the people they tie to a useful education resource.
(Such as myself! Instead of doing lots of talking, I’m just going to say “here’s something I prepared earlier” and link my aspiring rope bottom here, because I’m EFFICIENT. Not lazy at all. )
This post covers:
– pre-reading regarding safety
– responsibilities when bottoming
– health disclosure
– tricks and tips for being an awesome rope bottom