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For most of us, the word ‘bondage’ can conjure up some pretty intense images—not unlike the one Cooper finds himself in at Club Vandersexxx in 2004’s Euro Trip. However, whatever images of bondage the media or your older brother’s hard drive has brought to your innocent little eyes is without a doubt an extreme, minority representation of this mostly fun, playful endeavor. So to clear up poor bondage’s misunderstood reputation, we at PicoBong feel obligated to review the top five misconceptions about bondage play.

MISCONCEPTION #1: BONDAGE IS PAINFUL
Contrary to popular belief, most bondage play is fun, light and painless. What we’ve seen in movies and pop culture lead us to believe that bondage is all about clunky buckles and apparatuses, black leather suits, chains, dungeons and floggings that turn your cute little butt beet red. However, if you’ve ever put a blindfold on your partner and covered them in whipped cream…that’s bondage. If you handcuffed someone to a bedpost…that’s bondage too.

MISCONCEPTION #2: BONDAGE IS CONFUSING
We understand that bondage play might appear a tad confusing (and intimidating) as an outsider. However, PicoBong gives curious beginners an easy opportunity to comfortably experience the joys of bondage play by offering five tasteful, playful and vibrant introduction to bondage Evilution Series accessories—the See No Evil Blindfold, Resist No Evil Cuffs, Speak No Evil Choker, Take No Evil Whip and Fear No Evil Teaser. But we’re not the only ones on board: our Evilution Series is a selected finalist for XBIZ’s Soft Bondage Line of the Year.

MISCONCEPTION #3: BONDAGE PLAY IS FOR WEIRDOS
Saying that bondage is for weirdos is like saying that sex is for weirdos. Bondage play enhances sex, adding or heightening the existing sensations of an already wondrous experience—and as far as we’re concerned, there’s nothing weird about trying something new and exciting. In fact, the only thing that makes you a weirdo is wanting to experience something new, but never giving it a shot.

MISCONCEPTION #4: THE WORD ‘BONDAGE’ WILL FREAK OUT MY PARTNER
In a healthy relationship, you should be comfortable expressing your desires, interests, likes and dislikes—and we’re not just talking about sex. By not trying new things, life becomes monotonous and routine, and you’re the only one that can break that routine. Communication is key. If you fail to bring up things on your mind with your partner, you’ll miss out on the experience of exploring mutually shared fantasies.

MISCONCEPTION #5: BONDAGE IS ONLY FOR COUPLE’S WHO’VE TRIED IT ALL
While couples who have been together a while are more likely to try more adventurous positions, toys and games… why wait! While it’s inevitable for every relationship to eventually experience some bedroom blues, the earlier you get into the habit of experimentation, the more you’ll learn and grow together. Keep reminding yourself: life’s too short!

See. Bondage play ain’t so scary. If you were curious about bondage before, now you have no excuse to not give it a shot because PicoBong’s got everything you need to literally and figuratively whip your sex life into shape.

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