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We would love to tell you about great technique for binding your Submissives. It originates from Japan and has strong cultural effect. Not to mention the wonderful sensations it delivers to Sub.

Shibari as a true Japanese art of BDSM

Shibari as a true Japanese art of BDSM
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So, bondage, or the ancient Japanese art of tying-kimbaku (it is more often called Shibari.) Unlike Western lovers of bondage, often using handcuffs or leather belts, Japanese masters almost always use only ropes. Partly explaining this by the fact that the erotic effect of the coil and knot is different! The turn (or several turns) affects the entire erogenous zone, and the knot affects the biologically active points.

Binding is not as painful as it seems, good, soft (cotton or hemp) ropes leave no traces, and do not damage the skin. And then it's very nice, when soft ropes dig into the body as people begin to feel the "taste of the rope" through the skin over time. In Europe, the most important thing in SM is to reach a critical point of pain, in which a natural drug - beta-endorphin - begins to be released into the human body. Many, probably, read or heard stories about the before-death orgasms that people get after being hanged? This way the body is protecting itself from pain. In Japan people are bound to liberate them so that he (she) lost control of themselves and could not move. Binding reveals the secret that sits in every person, gives one the opportunity to relax and accept the fate.

Japanese Shibari masters put tying in the first place. The most important thing for them is to find "the right ropes", that is, "pick up the keys" to the spiritual world of the person being tied. For example: a Japanese master, beginning to bind the chest and hands of a woman, is massaging the important points on her body that help her to relax. From this, the lady will inevitably begin to moan from the resulting double pleasure.

Also in the Japanese Shibari, hanging aspect is inevitable. Suspension is one of the main techniques of “Japanese method”. In addition to the aesthetic effect, the suspension allows you to concentrate more fully on the sensations caused by the fetters. When suspended, panties are necessarily stripped off, being necessarily left in advance by the master in the beginning of the play. I would personally count it as one of the most important features of Japanese school of Shibari.

Nowadays few people get excited from viewing some undressed woman (thankfully to the Internet.) It's natural, but the girl with panties on her knees… It is at the same time shy and dirty. On the one hand, it's embarrassing for a woman. She’d want to close her face with hands and run away without looking back. And on the other – she understands that she’s being looked at, and that is catastrophically exciting. And you're suspended like a kid, tied to a tree to lure a tiger out of the jungle.

Shibari as a true Japanese art of BDSM: Tie me, I don't want to escape!1. Tie me, I don't want to escape!

Often Japanese masters use bondage called "Cherry". It is when the ropes are tied around the hips, and (with knots) are passed between the legs. In this case, the faster the rope moves, the stronger the girl moans. Often in such cases, masters also use a whip (soft, leather that won’t dissect the skin). From the skillfully applied strokes, the body of the captive becomes pink. And then the master hands (and lips) smother his victim with caresses. Everyone knows the method of the carrot and the stick. At this time, believe me, any, even not a pretty girl, becomes beautiful and desirable! It is unbelievably hard not to pat, touch her breasts, caress, or hug! It is impossible to stop when you see that it gives her indescribable pleasures, too! You see her face, which can't hide excitement!

Shibari masters say that women are divided into two psychological types – daughters and mothers. The first type is always subconsciously looking for a father in the lover who will take care of them, indulge and punish, and take responsibility for their existence and enjoyment. This type will get 100% pleasure from Shibari. The second type needs to be given to the good hands of an experienced Shibari master.

Speaking of the Japanese art of binding, we can’t fail to mention wax. Candle wax, dripping down the certain areas of the body, such as the chest or pubic region, concentrates the woman's attention to this place. Wax is usually used after a woman has been tied for a long time, mainly for "refreshing sensations." Usually a few drops are sufficient to obtain the desired effect. Often, as for the concentration of attention on any part of the body, and for aesthetic reasons, on the body of a woman you can create wax patterns drop by drop. Of course, this requires a solid hand and some experience.

It is impossible to tell about the diversity of Japanese art of tying in a brief form. But we'll tell you more about it in future, if you want :)

2018-03-29

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