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How to Use Handcuffs Safely

Using handcuffs may be a simple but huge turn-on for anybody interested in introducing power play into their sex life.

How to Use Handcuffs Safely During Sex

Anyone looking to ease into the realm of BDSM play, power play, or bondage may discover that sex-friendly cuffs are a kinky yet non-intimidating way to get started. Here’s how to use handcuffs while having sex.

  1. Choose the appropriate handcuffs. From the countless alternatives on the market, first-timersβ€”or even seasoned cuff-usersβ€”should pick the most comfortable handcuffs. Purchase a pair of sex toys-style handcuffs, such as adjustable buckle cuffs or flexible silicone cuffs. Rope cuffs with sliding knots are also a fantastic first choice since you can wiggle your wrists to loosen them if they are too tight during sex. Metal handcuffs can increase your danger and cause you to lose the key, therefore it’s better to avoid them.
  2. Set some limits and pick a safe term. It’s critical to have an open conversation with your partner about the behaviors you’re comfortable with, especially when bondage play is involved. Agree on a safe word that the cuffed person can say if their partner violates a barrier before intercourse. You can even use two safe words: one to suggest that the dominant partner should stop right away, and another to indicate that they can continue but are reaching a limit.
  3. Choose a position. There are other positions in which you may try with handcuffs. Before you have sex, talk about the positions you’re both comfortable with so you can make sure each option is comfortable. Cuffing the bottom partner to your bedpost as they lie on their back with their hands above their heads is one of the most basic positions.
  4. Cuffs should be worn. When you connect the cuffs to your partner or have the cuffs tied to you, make sure they are tight enough that they don’t fall off easily, but not so tight that the cuffed person’s wrists are injured. The most critical consideration should be your partner’s comfort.
  5. Make fun of your cuffed buddy. Because your spouse will want to touch you, but their shackles prohibit them from doing so, handcuffs allow you and your partner to explore with foreplay in a new way. Handcuff your spouse to a bed or a chair and perform a lap dance or a masturbation session on them. You may also use a vibrator to stimulate your partner’s erogenous zones, tease their erogenous zones, conduct oral sex on them, or blindfold them.

 

4 Sex Positions with Handcuffs

With handcuffs, try a few different sex positions.

  1. The bound partner lies on their back with their hands above their heads and their wrists shackled to the bedpost in the cuffed missionary position. Cuff the bound partner’s ankles to the bed’s legs to further confine them.
  2. Bound Doggystyle: The tied spouse gets into bed on all fours with both hands cuffed to the bedpost in the cuffed doggy style. Ascertain that your companion is at ease. For further support, place a cushion beneath their head.
  3. This pose takes a bit more flexibility than the ankle grasp. The receiving partner rests on their stomach, bends their legs towards their back, and extends both hands behind their ankles in this posture. Attach the shackles on their wrists next, securing their hands behind their ankles. The dominating partner can slide between the receiver’s legs and put themselves on top of the receiver to penetrate them from behind while the receiving partner is cuffed.
  4. Standing sex: A high-up hook or towel bar linked to the wall is required for standing sex with handcuffs. Handcuff the cuffed partner to the hook or rod by standing them up with their arms above their heads. Tease your spouse with cunnilingus or a blow job as you continue to explore their body with your hands to stimulate them before intercourse.