A fetish can be described as something, such as a material object, a non-sexual part of the body or a situation that arouses sexual desire and may eventually become necessary for sexual gratification. There are an uncountable number of fetishes that are just as diverse as the people who harbor them. They range from the simple to the complex; from high heels to leather; from the act of urinating on someone's body to wearing diapers. According The Fetish Club Online, the largest fetish in North America today is bondage. The complete definition of bondage, an explanation of why some people and not others choose this fetish, the safety procedures that must be executed when choosing bondage, its expansion on both the web and in our society today as well as a discussion of its social taboo will follow.
Bondage, as defined by the Wikipedia Enclycopedia Online, is a sexual practice that involves people being tied up or restrained for pleasure. It can be subdivided into six categories: Bondage that pulls parts of the body together (ropes, harnesses, straps), that pulls parts of the body apart (spreader bars, x-frames), that ties the body down to another object (chair, socks), that suspends the body from another object (suspension devices), that restricts normal movement (handcuffs, hobble skirts, pony harness) and that wraps the whole body or part of the body in bindings like cloth or plastic (saran wrap or "cling" film). There are a large variety of "everyday" restraints used in bondage like rope, handcuffs, straightjackets and belts inclusively. There are also purposely made bondage restraints like monogloves, sleepsacks and bondage hooks. A monoglove is typically a single sleeved leather glove that binds both arms of the submissive person behind their back and is secured in place either by a string system or a zipper. A sleepsack, similar to a sleeping bag, confines the person to a form fitting leather bag that zips up until their neck and can be comfortable for...
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