Self Bondage?

Discussion in 'General fetish discussions' started by mepsipax187, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. mepsipax187

    mepsipax187 New Member

    Hello, I'm new to the forums. Just want to ask if anyone on here has any experience with self bondage? because I don't have anyone to tie me up (yet). I can of course tie my legs easy enough but hands are the tricky area. It's impossible to tie/tape them up yourself and I've tried other things like getting elastic bands or head bands or something but its too easy to escape from :/. I don't really fancy doing the handcuffs/ice cube thing since I don't want to wait hours for the ice to melt (I also don't have a freezer, lol). I try and use a mummy sleeping bag as a bondage bag but again it's too easy to escape and it's not tight enough. So does anyone have any tips or any cheap gadgets I can get? (I'm poor-ish :(). Thanks!
     
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  2. Aibo

    Aibo Member

    Hello there mepsipax187.

    Even though you're new you appear to be quite advanced already.
    Now as for the kind of gear that you safely can use on your own. I recommend velcro cuffs, another name from those are 'Quick cuffs' either can be escaped when needed. You just have to imagine they're better than they are.
    And imagination is important, I bet you know that already. It is what go on in the head that make this good. :)

    Some models found here, but google for the best price. There's so many sites that sell stuf for a penny nowadays. :)
     
  3. mepsipax187

    mepsipax187 New Member

    Hey thanks for the advice. I'm from the UK and don't like buying from US sites. Will try and find some stuff from UK sellers/sites.
     
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  4. sebastian

    sebastian Active Member

    Be advised that self-bondage is fairly dangerous. Lots of things can go wrong, and a fair number of self-bondage fans get themselves injured or killed each year. When planning a self-bondage session, ask yourself very seriously, "what will I do if a fire breaks out while I'm tied up?" and "what do I do if something slips and I can't breathe?" If you have no way to cope with both of those two scenarios during a particular session, you need to revise your plans. All the bondage manuals that I've read recommend against self-bondage.

    Also, remember that every self-bondage video you've seen online had a crew standing around filming it.
     
  5. mepsipax187

    mepsipax187 New Member

    Yeah to be honest I don't think I can get the same feeling with self bondage as I would do if I had a partner tying me up. Because with self-bondage you are always in control and I want to feel like I'm not in control. So I guess I gotta get my self out there and get real friendly with some women, eh?
     
  6. AlternativeBondage

    AlternativeBondage New Member

    Consider this...

    Mepsipax187,

    Have you heard of TimeLock? Here is the site http://timelock.rules.it/. Basically you can get a key box of some kind, and use TimeLock to control your access to that keybox. There are many options to customize your experience.

    We've used this for Chastity and self bondage scenarios, worked like a charm!
     

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