Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Fetish 101: Kinbaku (Japanese bondage)

Japanese bondage is a style of bondage that uses several pieces of thin rope to bind the bottom (submissive partner) into aesthetically pleasing positions. The binds are often simple, even though they appear intricate.

Some of the patterns are intentionally uncomfortable, some of these uncomfortable patterns allow for movement between two uncomfortable positions.  The discomfort is believed to increase tension and heighten the psychological impact.

Kinbaku is also known as Sokubaku, bakujojutsu, and senyojo jutsu.

If you're curious, I suggest watching the Japanese film Passions of a Private Secretary (2008). The plot is pretty so-so, the production quality is a bit on the budget side, and some viewers will not want to watch due to forced sex. (Will it help if I let you know she eventually comes to enjoy it?) Anyway, the film will offer you the opportunity to see several  Kinbaku patterns.

My story Dare Meavailable from Amazon and the publisher Totally Bound, features a Kinbaku scene. Dare Me is part of my Invitation series, a collection of stories set in Washington, D.C.

Another good source of information is the website Naturally Twisted. Click on the "community" section and then you can work your way to some tutorials and video demos on tying.


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