Bondage Cuffs

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Bondage Cuffs and Why You Should Use Them

Bondage cuffs are often used by couples looking to introduce restraints into their sexual relationship and experiences. In contrast to traditional hand cuffs, they are usually made of leather with a padded or fur-lined interior to provide additional comfort. An ideal tool for playtime with a new admirer, or for introducing something new to your significant other, or perhaps even as part of a bigger plan (and a longer night), the cuff is a simple but timeless symbol of control and sexual prowess.

The most notable difference between bondage cuffs and other similar forms of restraint (e.g., ropes or chains) is that they are usually secured by velcro or lock – i.e., strong enough to resist an escape, but still easy enough to remove after the party is over and the guests have gone home. Let’s be honest, nobody wants to be left strapped to the bed because yer man can’t work out how to get you out.

Moreover, the more industrial experience that comes with chains and ropes can often result in bruising and general discomfort. Leather cuffs, however, guarantee minimal burning, rubbing and chaffing – leaving you in peace to enjoy the show without any unwanted after-effects. And anyway, who doesn’t love the smell of fresh leather?!

Cuffs also have the flexibility that allows them to be attached to one another, or to other objects (e.g., beds, bed posts, other adventurous hot spots) – leaving the imagination open and ready for a dance with your darkest fantasies. Whilst conventional hand cuffs are designed to prevent escape, bondage cuffs are purpose-made to ensure the comfort and safety of those wearing them. Of course, you must still play with care and caution, and if you are looking to be more adventurous, you ought to buy according to your needs (e.g., don’t even think about dappling in suspension bondage with some regular cuffs).

Perhaps the biggest appeal with bondage cuffs comes from the leather subculture so inherently associated with pornography. The BDSM scene first gained serious momentum in the first half of the 20th Century, when it was considered so outrageously antithetical to mainstream sex. Leather fetishes also started to crop up after World War Two, and we now have films such as Fifty Shades of Gray debunking the myths and mysteries of this underground world, and sharing the idea of ´´normal´´ people living their ´´normal´´ lives who throw in a little more thrill to their bedroom routine.

Essentially, this kind of BDSM allows you to go beyond the realms of vanilla sex, without diving into the misconceptions of whips, chains and pain. It’s a mutual investment that allows for safety and aesthetic in domination, plus comfort and sensuality in submission. Their simplicity means that they are perfect for a quick romp, or to be used as part of a more grandiose theatre – but be sure to invest in a durable pair that can provide that long-lasting, sensual satisfaction we all deserve!