Bondage japan rope

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A lot of people find it super sexy to tie up a partner —or be tied up by a partner—in the bedroom. If your curiosity about sexy physical restraints has led you to the internet, it's possible you've come across Shibari, or Japanese rope bondage. Nevertheless, Shibari can be used to spice things up in the bedroom or to add to your kinky repertoire. Shibari is a contemporary form of rope bondage that originated in Japan, explains Midori , a sexologist, educator, and author of Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage.

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What to Know About Shibari, the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage

Taut lines, complex designs, and knots that would make a sailor blush are bound together in the art of kinbaku , or erotic Japanese rope bondage. The practice is part sculpture, performance, and pas de deux, and these days, you don't have to be kinky to have seen it. Artists and enthusiasts have adopted the practice, bringing doses to the public in fashion magazines and art galleries alike. A search for kinbaku on Instagram yields an infinite scroll of over 60, tagged posts.
When done well, it is incredibly beautiful. I spoke to five people for whom shibari is a intrinsic part of their lives and asked them what makes them want to play with ropes. Djfet runs the South Coast Shibari group — I asked her what attracted her to such an unusual craft. Some like the control of binding someone else, others enjoy the intense emotional connection. They want to feel bound, beautiful and feminine — just as I did when I first started.