• Bondage Brings Couples Closer Together

    Bondage Brings Couples Closer Together

    Recent reports from New Scientist Magazine suggest that bondage and domination activities can be stressful at first but will actually bring consenting couples closer together in the long term.


    Brad Sagarin and his colleagues at Northern Illinois University measured levels of the stress hormone cortisol in 13 men and women at an S&M party in Arizona, before, during and after participating in activities.

    During the event, cortisol rose significantly in those receiving stimulation but dropped back to normal within just 40 minutes if it went well.

    Richard Wiseman, a psychologist at the University of Hertfordshire, adds that BDSM activities are likely to promote interpersonal closeness but so are other less kinky activities too.

    "It doesn't have to be tying up your partner or placing clamps on their nipples, it could be something as simple as cooking a meal together or even doing the housework as a duo," he says.

    To spice up your love life and bring you and your partner closer together, why not start with the brand new Tracey Cox Supersex Beginner's Soft Bondage Kit?

    Developed in association with Lovehoney, this unique kit is designed for both bondage enthusiasts and those that are taking their first kinky yet tentative steps too! Containing 4 tethers with attached fur cuffs and a super-smooth blindfold it really is the best way to add a little variety to the bedroom!

    Tracey Cox Bondage Kit As Tracey explains:

    "While I certainly wouldn't suggest going to an S&M party for most couples, playing 'tie-up' privately is a definitely a great way to add zest to anyone's sex life. It's all about power - having it, or relinquishing it - both are massive turns ons.

    It's also about pushing yourselves into risky, 'no-no' zones and making each other feel uncomfortable. Erotic, edgy sex is what promotes lust. You need to push yourselves out of your comfort zones, not stay in them!"

    Comments (1)

    • nick: May 29, 2009 18:08

      my wife and i have been into bondage for meany years now and we both enjoy it..our best advise to anybody who is thinking about getting into bondage is take it slowly.start of by doing small things first and slowly build up to more heavy bondage.no w bondage is not for everybody.so dont be upset if your parner says no.but if he/she is willing to give it a try
      remember there are cautions to bondage. rule 1) never leave a person who is gagged by them selves.if for any reason the gag gets pushed in it might cause the person to choke rule 2) geep checking the rope.if the persons hands or other parts of the body are starting to go blue slacking of the rope or untie them .this could cause problems with blood curculation. i would advise you to buy a good qualaty wrist and ankle cuffs it would stop any of the problems from happing .but with that in mind have a safe and enjoyable bondage together.it will bring out your darker side.and who knows we might see you around a few clubs
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