Bondage Chair

Last Updated: January 28, 2017

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Definition - What does Bondage Chair mean?

Bondage chairs are commonly used during BDSM sessions. With this particular piece of furniture, you can restrain your partner in a sitting position. Bondage chairs are enhanced with eyehooks, adjustable backs, built-in restraints, and quick-release systems. Most chairs also come with a tilt option which enables the submissive partner to sit straight, lay completely flat, or be placed in a ninety-degree position.

Kinkly explains Bondage Chair

The purpose of a bondage chair is to psychologically and physically arouse both parties by completely immobilizing the submissive partner. These chairs are normally designed to keep the legs spread to completely expose the genitals. This furniture is especially recommended to anyone new to the BDSM lifestyle since it allows for a gentle and extremely effective means of bondage. A bondage chair is also much more comfortable than most other restraining devices.

Some users choose to increase the vulnerability factor by adding other accessories such as gags and blindfolds. While most people choose to only bind the wrists and legs, it is also possible to bind the torso and neck to the bondage chair for more intense play.

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