A pearl chest tie is a type of rope tie which binds and separates a submissive woman’s breasts. A pearl chest tie can be used on its own or with other ties during rope bondage.
The term originated because shinju, the Japanese word for pearl, is a euphemism for binding female breasts.
A pearl chest tie is also called a mountain style chest tie.
More About Pearl Chest Tie
To complete a pearl chest tie, a dominant winds ropes around a submissive female, at the top and bottom of her breasts. The rope then loops between the breasts, separating them and making them stand out from the body more prominently. A pearl chest tie can be tied over clothes or directly on bare skin.
Like other ties used in breast bondage, a pearl chest tie used on its own is not an effective immobilizer. Instead, it’s appeal is largely aesthetic. The ritual of creating this tie is also very erotic for both the dominant and submissive. A pearl chest tie can also increase blood flow to the breasts, making them even more sensitive.
While the term only refers to a tie which binds the breast, variations can bind other body parts to further restrict the submissive’s movements. For example, some variations bind the submissive’s hands behind their back. A pearl chest tie can also form a good anchor point for other ties and harnesses.
Like other forms of breast bondage, tying a pearl chest tie is a relatively low risk activity as the breasts are only fatty tissue, without bones to break. However, the dominant should still monitor his or her submissive. The tie should be untied if the breasts become blue or lose feeling, as these are signs of circulation loss. Discomfort is common, especially if the submissive is new to breast bondage, but the breasts shouldn’t feel unbearably painful.