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Self-Bondage in the bathtub. By TTD

As I mentioned in this post: “during my childhood I used to bind myself in the bathtub.” Since then “bondage in the bathtub” takes a special place in my “fetish collection”.

This session was generously contributed by TTD (Many thanks again!)

Notes from the author:

Very exciting selfbondage with breath control for the advanced.
Bathtub underwater bondage hogtie.

The ropes and straps I tied myself with are much more difficult to wriggle out when wet then when dry. Normally I can free my hands from this position in just a few seconds, but if I pull too hard it may take some more efforts. So I may have to hold my breath a little longer and not panic. If the water level is still low I can turn myself on my back to breath, even when my hands and feet are still bound. But I keep the tap running and when the water rises very high I will tend to float and that makes the turning much more difficult.

So take this warning please: Don’t try this at home unless you are an advanced selfbinder and do not panic easy.

The images were taken automatically.


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3 Responses to “Self-Bondage in the bathtub. By TTD”

  1. Deeper_uw

    Hi ! I use to bond myself in the bath too, and sometimes in the shower, using a bucket with a neckseal fitted at the bottom. I tied my hands back, let the water falling from the shower rising in the bucket, holding my breath. My handcuff are loose just enough to allow me pleasurise myself while choking and “drowning”. Very nice to do.

    Comment :: December 24, 2009 at 03:00 :: Quote

  2. Deeper_uw

    Very nice work you did ! Good pics.

    Comment :: December 24, 2009 at 03:18 :: Quote

  3. Concerned

    In the BDSM world a critical theme of any scene is to keep it sane, safe and consensual.

    You might like to have a look at this website:
    http://www.openmindmedia.com/self-bondage/

    “Scenarios and activities become more elaborate over time – more experience leads to greater danger of death, not less danger”.

    Comment :: March 17, 2012 at 03:29 :: Quote

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