Tied Up With Tee (NSFW)


 

Rope for me is: My kinky side. A fun fetish. A romantic connection. An obsession. A creative outlet. An emotional release. A method to ease my anxiety. A focused mind and my art.

- TEE

 


ROPE SAFETY from TIEDUPTEE

COMMUNICATION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF ROPE PLAY SAFETY

Communication between top and bottom

Discuss playing, boundaries and safety with your partner before rope play like you would with any other sexual experience. With rope play you have to consider fears of restraint and trust, this isn’t the type of play you do with just anyone. You will be bound and helpless, you really must trust your rope play partner and take the right safety precautions. Consider positions you are putting your bottom/sub into and how long they might be able to hold them, think about flexibility involved and the comfort of your bottom/sub. SAFE WORD! Decide on a good safe word and respect it. That word means stop immediately. If you are using a gag ensure you have another method of communication for your bottom. An injury with rope is time sensitive. It does not take long to cause permanent nerve damage!

Essential Safety Tips

Stretch and drink water before you start! Being bound in one position can cause cramping if you are dehydrated or stiff. (Have water nearby with a straw for your bound partner)

  • Safety Shears / EMT Scissors (Regular scissors will not cut your rope and a knife is not safe practice so PLEASE buy yourself a pair of safety shears.) 
  • Cell Phone (Close enough you can reach quickly) 
  • Don’t jerk the rope or make sudden movements 
  • Should be able to run 1-2 fingers between body and rope
  • Lay ropes flat for even pressure, multiply points of tension (more rope wraps)
  • Check circulation every 5-10 mins 
  • Tops should watch for color change (very pale white or blue) and temperature drop 
  • Bottoms be aware of feelings of tingling, numbness and pain – communicate that to top
  • Know how to untie your knots and be aware of how to rope is moving across your partner- rope burn, bites, hitting partner in the face
  • Watch for developing panic; some people might think they like being bound and have a different emotional response in the moment
  • Don’t tie around joints or neck (Always tie above joints and don’t risk tying your partner’s neck at the beginner stages of rope play)
  • Never leave your partner alone when completely bound

If you have rope related questions please feel free to email me at: tiedbytee@gmail.com

My web page: www.tieduptee.ca

Jeremie Saunders