While the request may have thrown you for a loop, the reality is, playing with domination and submission can be a huge turn-on in the bedroom or, you know, wherever you're getting it on. For the partner being tied up, there's often something incredibly hot about handing over complete control. From the achingly sexy to the hella awkward, here are eight women's tales of what it was like to be tied up in bed for the first time. Needless to say, the following stories are NSFW. I've been looking for that level of turn-on ever since. Actually, I was a bit nervous. He was more into it than me, which in turn had me aching with excitement. Best orgasms ever on both sides. Forgot to add [that] we spent a lot of it just laughing at ourselves and being silly which added to the fun! I distinctly remember the first time just feeling really cold, a bit awkward, and quite exposed.
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Dear Carole, Why does my girlfriend enjoy being tied up? Sex always involves rope, handcuffs or restraints of some sort, and often uniforms. She is anything but submissive outside the bedroom, but seems unable to achieve orgasm without being restrained in some way. When we have "vanilla" sex she enjoys it, but when tied she always has multiple orgasms. While I'm not complaining at her tastes, I'm not sure I can see the evolutionary benefit … apart from attracting men who are dominant in bed, which, at the risk of doing myself down, seems a dubious sort of goal at best. If it's all the same with you, in the event that you publish this, I'd rather remain anonymous: she reads the Guardian too. Are you dominant in bed?
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But how common is this kink? A recent survey reveals that 36 percent of adults in the United States use masks, blindfolds, and bondage tools during sex, compared to 20 percent worldwide. Keep reading to learn more about this sexy form of bondage and how to make sure you get it right.
Question: Do you have a bedframe? A silk scarf? A tie? A pair of stockings? Something you could wrap around your arm without it chafing or pulling hair? If you are looking to dip a toe into kink , bondage is a great place to start: Most of the tools you need to fulfill your BDSM fantasies are lying around your house already. But before you grab the nearest bandana and strap your partner to a kitchen chair, there are a few things you should know. Pay attention to your partner's body language during the act, too, and ask them how they're doing if you think they look uncomfortable. How to: Missionary is the easiest possible position for beginner bondage: Simply lie on your back with your arms above your head and your legs spread, then have your partner bind your wrists and ankles to the bed frame. In a previous interview with WomensHealthMag.