Discover The New Bondage Which Leaves Users With Injuries So Embarrassing They Don’t Seek Treatment!

A new form of bondage which is becoming popular in homes nationwide is leaving participants with injuries which are so embarrassing that they refuse to go and seek treatment.

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‘Kinbaku’ apparently comes from the Japanese bondage subculture, and translates to ‘tight binding’. This form of Japanese Rope Bondage sees people tie each other up VERY tightly and in elaborate patterns.

It has become increasingly popular in Japan, and has now made its way over here.

Major Problems

However, this has led to a number of injuries with inexperienced practitioners damaging their partner. Due to the very ‘distinct’ injuries, people are understandably reticent about going to seek medical attention.

A doctor, Golden San who is both an S&M practitioner and chiropractor told the Daily Beast: “Women in Japan are embarrassed to admit that their boyfriend ties them up or that they like it.

“Men are ashamed to admit their dominatrix injured them. Some are not sure Japan’s national health insurance will cover their injuries.

“Things like damaged nipples are not easy to explain.”

As well as being embarrassed about the nature of their injuries, they are also worried about possible repercussions seemingly.

“There are many reasons those who are in the fetish world as a business hesitate to go see a real doctor – shame and fear for their professional reputation.

“They also worry that the police will treat the case as an assault rather than an accident between two consenting adults. Of course, the issue of losing face is huge too.”

But what actual injuries are being caused? Apparently when the ropes aren’t tied properly, this can cause limb necrosis. Necrosis is the death of cells caused by limited blood supply. The tissue turns from red to brown or black/purple, as it becomes more dehydrated.

There’s also a risk of whiplash, neck injuries, dislocated joints, and nerve issues.

To be fair, whenever you start getting tied up really tightly, things can get dangerous. Most of the injuries are caused by ‘novice’ BDSM people doing it wrong, doing it too tight, and leaving it on too long.

Safety Tips!

The best way to make sure this doesn’t happen is to go and see a proper Dominatrix from our pages. They will know how to do it properly and make your first experience fun.

If you really must engage in this kind of BDSM fun, just be careful, and remember this. Doctors do not care what you have been up to in your personal life, they are there to make you feel better. They see much more crazy stuff than you engaging in a bit of fun that goes wrong.

Also, BDSM can never be seen as assault if it is between two consenting people. So if you think the police are going to want to get involved, think again.

The moral of the story is 1) see a specialist to engage in risky fun 2) If you get bust up, go and see a Doctor, idiot.

Pretty simple really!

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Martin Ward is a well respected editor and writer with over five years experience in the adult industry. After stints in the Escort Advertising call centre and on the escort forum, he moved into the site editor position around three years ago.

Since then, he has specialised in articles on the battle for equal rights for sex workers, sexual health, as well as bringing the readers fun news from around the world. He also has a major interest in LGBT rights, and is an active campaigner in this field.

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