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Cross Legged Bondage Ties

Today I’m looking at why you’d want to tie someone into a cross legged position, and how you’d do it.

This is actually an excerpt taken from my cheat sheet on positions and ties – so this explains the feelings people experience, notes from my own experience, and suggested means to create the ties.

Feelings: An interesting mix of a nice solid base to sit on, so feeling supported, while at the same time feeling restricted, immobile, and knowing that you can’t get away.

Notes: This is actually quite good for decorative ties or leaving someone tied up in one place for a significant length of time. It combines really well with chest harnesses and hands tied up behind the back somewhere.

The cross legged position means the person can stay in one place for a nice long length of time while you do whatever else with them – e.g. using them as human furniture, as a display piece, making their muscles jump around with a TENS unit while they’re in rope, sensation play, sexual molestation and use, whatever.

The crossed legs give you a good starting base for tying a rope spider web if you’re into that (easy; create radial lines across the legs, then create a spiral between those radial lines either going outward from the centre or going inward from the outside. Can use simple twists or munter hitches at the intersections of your spiral and the radial lines; how you arrange the radials will change the shape of the web. Try and keep your spiral tension even between intersections.)

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Cinching the loops rightly against the legs also makes it more restrictive. That’s a good occasion to use those munters for practical use.

The featured tie at the top of this post isn’t actually that restrictive; if I wanted it to be more restrictive, I’d tie that sucker a lot tighter, and probably cinch the loops more snugly against the legs using one means or another. The spiderweb version does a good job of that.

Additionally, you can push the person over onto their front, and then you can still do sexual things to them from behind, or use impact on their backside (spanking, canes, whatever). That can come as quite a surprise to the person who was previously sitting in a comfortably supported manner.

Disadvantages:  Moving them around can be tricky. Make sure when you start tying them that they’re where you want them to be for awhile.

Suggested means: Use a double column tie around the crossed ankles. Take the long working end after that and begin wrapping over and between the thighs; this is also a good situation to use secondary column ties if you want additional security.

You can use hitches as you go between the legs to redirect and create attractive patterns or webs; I like to have a single centre point where I bind all the intersecting lines together (see featured image). Finish with a final secondary column tie around the waist when you feel like the person can’t move their legs easily. The more tightly you do it, the less likely they are to move; but try and keep that tightness way from the inside of the legs (that’s where the tendons and major blood vessels tend to be).