A Top’s Guide to Bondage Bottoms

I originally found this article when I first started topping with ropes. I have seen it posted in numerous places since then.

As a Top I find that I gain insight each time I re-read it, I also have novice bottoms read the article as well as it can help them identify their own interests. Of course the main goal is to better communicate with each other in hopes of enjoying mind blowing scenes.

The article is pretty much as written, I have re-formatted the text to better fit a blog entry.

Enjoy!
Mateo

A Top’s Guide to Bondage Bottoms

Copyright ©1997 Michael Nelson

1- Introduction

  • Why do people want to be tied up?
  • How do their preferences for bondage differ?
  • How do you recognize and accommodate their needs?
  • Why do bondage scenes sometimes “go wrong” and not work out?
  • How do you match up bondage partners?

These are some of the questions answered in this article. There are many resources with advice on basic bondage techniques, safety, knots, etc. There are also some good books devoting a few pages to the psychology of the scene.

I haven’t seen much practical information, however, that acknowledges the many different kinds of bondage players, how to recognize them and how to best meet their unique needs.

While common sense and communication may work with experienced players, what about when one or more are new to the scene? What questions should be asked?

In my experience, there are several different “types” of players. The very best scenes happen when everyone involved is well matched or at least understand each other’s needs.

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