Plastic Wrap BDSM

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Apparently, plastic wrap, saran wrap, cling wrap, whatever you want to call it, is not just for sandwiches or leftovers anymore.

Plastic Wrap BDSM is bondage in the simplest form. You don’t need to learn how to tie knots, or what restraints work better, how to avoid rope burns, or even how to avoid pain or nerve pinpoints. It’s just saran wrap, and there’s a pretty good chance your kitchen has the answer waiting on the shelf or in the pantry for you. So let’s get started shall we?

Safety First
The person being bonded should be naked or wearing as little clothing as possible because of the heat that will occur during plastic wrap play. If you don’t want to be naked, skimpy panties and bra or undies for guy.

The amount needed will depend on how much wrapping will be done and don’t forget the safety shears. Not scissors, safety shears, because they are safer for the skin and scissors are not recommended for this type of bondage play, too dangerous.

You’ll also need to have a blanket or two on hand for after play. The reasoning behind this is that being wrapped in plastic wrap, the body will become hot as the wrap will hold in the body’s heat, so your partner will undoubtedly be sweating and hot. The blankets come into play afterward because once out of the wrap, the body will be cold and chilled after being in such a hot place. So have blankets on hand to help your partner warm up.

Common Sense
Do not leave your wrapped partner alone in their restraints, even if it’s only their limbs that are wrapped. When I say alone, I mean for an extended period of time, like hours. If you’re running downstairs to grab a snack or going to the bathroom, just make it quick. Don’t decide to go to work or out with friends while your partner stays wrapped up for hours on end, this is dangerous and can even be fatal. Use common sense! NEVER let yourself be plastic wrapped by someone you don’t know or have never played with, this can lead to all sorts of disasters. Make sure you trust the person that you’re letting bind you in your restraints.

What To Wrap
This will depend on what you and your partner have decided on. For beginners, just wrapping the limbs is a good start. Get a feel for the activity, see if you’re actually going to enjoy it, then if you want to wrap more parts or even upgrade to a full-body wrap, more power to you, but start off as small as possible. Should you decide to graduate, after some time, to full immobilization, mummification, accessorize with a blindfold or even ear plugs for a higher intensity of sexual pleasure.

Plastic Wrap Play is not for everyone
Claustrophobia and plastic wrap bondage do not go well together. Fear of being unable to move and plastic wrap bondage do not go well together.  Habitual drug use or being intoxicated do not go well together with plastic wrap bondage. Need I say more?

For anyone that has circulation trouble or body heat issues, the wrap play should be limited to as small of an amount as that person can take.

Once your play is over and everyone has had their pleasure or fulfilment, it’s time to take off the wrap. Carefully and slowly cut off the wrap from  your partners limbs first and massage them to help get the blood flowing once again. Then continue the same way for the rest of the wrap, once they’re out, it’s time for the blankets and some cuddling time.

As with any type of BDSM play, always communicate with your partner what limits will need to be set. This goes without saying; because once those limits get crossed it all goes downhill. Trust and communication are top priority in any BDSM community. With all that said, have fun exploring your wild side; just err on the side of caution always. Enjoy!

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