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BDSM Fixation

The limitation of freedom of movement by tying or sewing a person with different devices is one of the most essential and widespread practices of BDSM. Rope bondage is a kind of art that necessitates a set of abilities. Meanwhile, to maintain the precision of the flogger or other impact device, there is frequently no need for very intricate techniques of tying while flogging. It is often necessary to deprive the Bottom’s movement. Discipline practices, too, do not need complexity or limited movement. As a result, many bonding devices are actively employed in BDSM, including metal, leather, wood, and latex. All of these allow you to swiftly and efficiently fix the Bottom, keep him in a specific position, or limit his capacity to move for a set time.

Fixation devices come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

By kind of bondage set, they are split into numerous groups:

  • Β Steel bonding is a term that refers to a variety of metal devices. This involves the use of BDSM handcuffs and shackles, as well as bondage chains.
  • Bondage straps refer to leather BDSM belts, as well as specific harnesses for sexual games and pony-play.
  • Bondage with the use of special garments. Hands are bound in bondage sleeves, and the entire body is bound in bondage bags or straitjackets. Fabric, latex, or leather can all be used to make these devices.
  • Vacuum fusion. A vacuum bed is used, in which the body is fixed in a particular flexible “container” (typically latex), and the air is pushed out using a vacuum pump.
  • Bonding with the use of specific instruments First and foremost, these are variously designed pads (for hands, hands, and head, hands, and feet, etc.) Special fixation furniture is also available, such as a bondage chair with straps, a BDSM crucifix, and others – but this is the topic of a different article.

Let’s take a closer look at the three primary forms of bondage devices: bracers and chausses, BDSM cuffs, and shackles.

Chausses and bracers

Bracers and leather bracelets with buckles for legs of various forms. There are bracers of complicated shapes: the so-called anatomical, in addition to basic bracelets used for securing with a carbine, for example, to chains or rings in the wall or to a special “BDSM cross.” They’re used for suspensions, ensuring that the Submissive’s weight is spread evenly and safely, with no strain on a single wrist.

Handcuffs

Handcuffs are made up of two metal bracelets that are joined by two chain links or are attached to a single base. The locking component of the handcuffs normally allows them to be snapped without the need of a key, as well as locking the latch to prevent them from tightening further. The following characteristics distinguish the handcuffs:

– The bracelets’ connecting kind;

– The lock’s complexity, which can range from simple to complicated;

– if feasible, the installation of various locations in a closed form, while handcuffs without the ability to modify by wrist width aren’t commonly employed at the moment.

Shackles

Shackles are locked metal bands for the wrists or feet that are joined by a long chain, which distinguishes them from handcuffs (which have a short or no chain) and pads (with rigid rods between the rings). Shackles can be used on the hands, feet, or both at the same time; in this case, you’ll also need a connecting chain, a rod between the chains, and a waist-wrapping chain. Shackles can be locked with either a regular lock (like handcuffs) or a hanging lock. Shackles are made to allow Slaves to move and work, hence their rings should generally contain a lining to avoid limb friction. Shackles made of plastic and leather are also available.