Predicament Bondage

Last Updated: January 6, 2017

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Definition - What does Predicament Bondage mean?

Predicament bondage describes a style of bondage where the bottom has a choice between two or more unpleasant positions or outcomes.

Kinkly explains Predicament Bondage

It’s typical for smaller or more sensitive body parts to be used in this style of bondage, such as fingers, toes, nipples, and even hair. This is because smaller movements will be more likely to be felt.

A predicament could be that the bound person must stand on their toes to avoid their hair or nipples being pulled, or there may be some incentive for them to hold still while being prompted to wiggle.

Not all predicament bondage is painful or even serious. In some examples, a person is attached to a wall with strips of toilet paper, and instructed to not let the delicate paper break.

Predicament bondage adds a psychological aspect to the play, along with the physical sensations, which many people find enhances the experience.

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