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!!! MorTis's 6 HARD RULES OF ROPE BONDAGE !!!.

There are a lot of rules for doing bondage, but here are 6 main Rules of Bondage that should never be broken!

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There are a lot of rules for doing bondage, but here are 6 main Rules of Bondage that should never be broken!

1. Communication: The most important rule of all. Always keep communication open! Make sure you always know what is going on with your Victim. If you do not communicate you will for sure have problems. Every tie is different and works different on every victim so communication is key to learn and progress with your bondage play!

2. ALWAYS have a pair (as in two) of EMT shears with you at all times. They only cost between 3-7$ and easy to find, I get mine from rainbowrope.com. You can get EMT shears from medical stores or pharmacies, Rope or SHARP shears from mountain climbing supply or hardware stores. Also Hook knives are great for cutting rope and slicing off mummification materials. Never do any kind of bondage without having safety equipment on you. It can save a life!

3. NEVER put Rope going across the front of the neck. And personally I never put it going across the beck of the neck either. Also always make sure the rope is not able to slide up from the chest or back because it will end the neck. If rope ends up putting pressure against the neck, it can cause serious problems. The arteries can be constructed and cut off oxygen to the brain. The larynx can be crushed causing serious breathing problems. And rope on the back of the next can put unwanted pressure on the vertebras in the spin.

4. Never cover both the mouth and nose at the same time (mainly for mummification or head bondage).

5. NEVER leave someone who is in bondage alone.

( STATs: Jay Wiseman has collected stories for years and analyzes them. For example, he has investigated bondage-related fatalities (not just someone coincidentally having a heart attack while tied up, but deaths resulting from the bondage) and discovered that in 99.9% of the cases, the tied person was alone when they died. Either because they were doing self-bondage, or because the top left the room. So one of the first rules is: Never leave your partner unattended! Many other serious injuries result from falls, either because suspension equipment failed, or the tied person was standing or walking and lost their balance)

6. Patience. Remember to keep your kool. Either if it is learning what works with tying up your victim and figuring out what works best. It possible the rearranging rope as little as a ¼' can turn hell into heaven with a tie. Or if there is an emergency. Always keep you head and assess the situation. If there is a problem, can you just untie them? Or should you cut them out?

 


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