23 Mar 2017, 18:39
(This post was last modified: 23 Mar 2017, 18:40 by sp54321.)
Hi all, so today while doing some "internet research" I came across this video of this women doing a self hogtie .
I wanted to know if anyone has tried this before. It looks like it works very well and you'd be pretty stuck.
How do you think you would get free from this? only thing I can think is you'd have to cut the rope connecting wrists to legs
anyways hope everyone enjoys and let me know what you think.
23 Mar 2017, 23:09
(This post was last modified: 23 Mar 2017, 23:09 by Like Ra.)
Does anybody have a working solution on how to reduce the wrist-loop tension? In a tight hogtie (cinch rope to knees, not to ankles) the wrist loop cuts into the skin very deeply and I'm afraid of nerve pinching and joint dislodging.
I tried this one time, and it almost worked too well.
What I did, was to add a ring to my chest coils. It sits in the small of my back.
I then tie my knees together, just above the knees. Then the ankle rope with my SRD. I then make my wrist coils in the standard way.
Now, this is how I thread my hogtie rope or in this case, a bunge cord.
I start by tieing the cord/rope to the ring. Then, I thread the cord through my thighs above the knee coil. Then on down to the ankle coils and back to the ring.
The idea is that when pulled tight, the cord will travel between your butt crack, through the legs and pull your ankles back into a hogtie.
Then back through the ring on your back and down to the SRD on your ankle tie.
As you tighten your hogtie, your bound wrist will held tight to your but, and well away from the SRD. And if you used the bungie cord like I did, then the bungie cord gets smaller as it gets streached out, lock into the SRD.
You'll have no choice but to cut it with a knife.
Arrrghh... I want a picture.....
Sorry, I don't have any way to take pictures anymore.
Not till I find a place to move to.
( Don't ask ).
I stated before, if you use a bunge cord ( a 1 foot rope about 5/16 that streached up to 2 feet and schrinks to 1/4 inch ) will lock the SRD and it will not slip. It will have to be cut.
The main part of this hogtie is to keep your bound hands tightly to your butt.
The only real way to do that is to have the back rope, from the chest coils, run down your back, and between your butt crack. This rope also travels between your arms and also over your wrist coils and back between your palms and your butt crack. You could also make a loop or a slip knot for your wrist coils.
One of the solutions is to move some tension to the shoulders.