self-bondage

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  • Persons who engage in self-bondage can be viewed as simultaneously taking both roles.
  • Without someone to release them in the event of an emergency or medical crisis, self-bondage can lead to severe and permanent physical damage.
  • Self-bondage is also notably risky: see the safety notes below.
  • Equipment that can be tightened only, and not loosened, often has application in self-bondage.
  • In sensual self-bondage, escape from restraints is simple and available immediately, if desired.
  • The person in self-bondage can escape quickly if necessary, such as a fire breaking out, or excessive numbness of limbs.
  • Many release mechanisms are used in self-bondage to allow the practitioner to escape the restraints after a period of time.
  • Self-bondage carries a higher risk, particularly because it violates an important principle of bondage safety; to never leave a bound person alone.
  • Apart from release mechanisms, self-bondage poses a somewhat awkward problem of getting into bondage, especially when using rope.
  • The term is often applied to only those deaths related to solitary sexual practices such as self-bondage and autoerotic asphyxia.
  • Especially in combination with asphyxiation, self-bondage can be lethal to its practitioners.
  • Love is always joy in itself; it is the one deliverance from self-bondage to which self is the one curse and misery of man. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture, by Alexander Maclaren
  • Strict self-bondage requires that the means of escape be unavailable until the lapse of time before the release mechanism activates itself.
  • This feature of strict self-bondage makes it potentially more hazardous, but some practice it for the greater sense of helplessness it creates.
  • Self-bondage requires use of techniques for self-binding as movement becomes increasingly restricted as more restraints are applied, and also requires a reliable release mechanism.
  • Self-bondage has all the risks of physical restraint and sexual bondage, with the added factor that should anything go wrong, there is no-one to effect a rescue.
  • Self-bondage is more complex, and may involve special techniques to apply bondage to oneself, and also to effect a release after a lapsed period of time.
  • The ball tie is one of the positions possible in self-bondage, but mobility is so limited that several independent escape mechanisms should be used, in addition to the usual bondage safety advice.
  • Self-bondage is considered a higher-risk activity than many other BDSM practices -- particularly when combined with autoerotic asphyxia -- and has led to a number of recorded deaths.
  • Self-bondage is characterized by experimentation and ingenuity, and can be riskier than conventional bondage.
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