So you're looking to get into some light bondage, and you're not all too sure where to start. Well, I went down the rabbit hole of sex handcuffs for couples to help figure it out — and let me tell you, it was a lot deeper than I expected. I figured I'd find some fur, and I was sure I'd run into some leather, but I didn't think I'd find wrist restraints with suction cups attached to them. You know — in case you want to partake in some safer shower bondage.
Handcuffs are all about playing with power—whether you're learning to let go or the one in charge—and depend on a deep sense of trust between you and your partner. They also just look badass. Here's how to cuff or be cuffed, whichever you're into! A classic wrists-cuffed-to-the-bedpost is perfect for teasing the hell out of your partner with edge play—get them to the brink of orgasm, stop, repeat 'til you hear begging. But if you're living the futon life, chair or couch legs work, too. Slap a pair of cuffs around a towel rack and let the games begin. They can tease you with kisses up your inner thigh, spank you or just go in for a quickie.
4 Kinky Handcuff Sex Positions — Because Losing Control Is Sexy
Considering trying BDSM? If you're looking for a beginner 's way in, handcuffs are a really simple and super-fun way to start. When most people think of BDSM, a lovely, gentle chat is probably the last thing that springs to mind.
Handcuff your wrists together in front of you, so you can still reach down and play with your clit as your partner thrusts into you. Handcuff your wrists together in back of you, so your partner can grab the chain and control your arms during Doggie Style. Move out of the bedroom. Or handcuff your partner to a low-hanging tree branch and have sex in the park. Handcuff your partner to a sturdy chair, and then do a striptease for him from across the room.