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When attaching support lines to a harness for suspension, I use a novel method that people frequently ask me about, and I've been meaning to document for a long time. Serendipitously, I ran into Kali from Kink Academy a few months ago at Wicked Grounds, and she asked me to film some instructional videos for them on suspension -- so I managed to slip this in there, and they've graciously agreed to allow me to use screenshots from those videos to illustrate a blog post here. This method was inspired by the Tatu hitch , during a Fetlife discussion whose details are now murky in my memory -- in any case credit is due both Tatu and Jack Elfrink for making me aware of that knot, upon which this is based. Thanks also to Mecha-Kate for modeling for these. Single Point Attachment, with Carabiner Starting with the bight end of a doubled rope, form a new double-bight and pass that under the point you are attaching to, while keeping the center-bight on the side it started on: Hanger, with Carabiner Jack Elfrink Dot Com Kinbaku / Shibari Terms by Tatu Return to Home | Tutorials Glossary Terms Related to Japanese Shibari / Kinbaku / Bondage Compiled by Tatu (c) 1999 / 2005 Please Note: I began compiling this glossary in August 1999 in an effort to first gain understanding of the Shibari / Kinbaku world for myself and also share what I have learned to the west. I have learned along the way that what I thought were reliable sources turned out not to be so reliable. My thanks to those who have helped me in this endeavor and have helped me correct errors along the way. Many years ago when I first started to put together a glossary of terms for those who work with Japanese Rope Art, it was simply a practical guide for understanding. So in 2005 I took a fresh look at all of these terms, to see if I could not only update but also discover the etymology or origins of these terms and document it if I could. Japanese words are written with a complex system of symbols called "kana" denoting certain phonetic sounds. arigato - thank you hai - yes

Sex Sling Plans "A totally wonderful DIY guide for the happy kinky home adventurer. This book is great! I love it!" Compared to commercially made slings, this homemade sling is: More versatile Better quality Much cheaper Everybody should have a sex sling! back to top "Well, the book itself is beyond wonderful - it will help me so much and solve so many things I was having just little problems with. CRAM - Chicago Rope and Mummification Club Basics Now when I first wanted to learn rope bondage, there was no one local to teach me (which is why I teach anyone who wants to learn). So there is a lot of misconceptions about rope bondage. There is usually 3 things I hear from people when I first mention doing rope bondage. That they don't know any knots, its too hard to do, and it takes too long too do. But Japanese rope bondage is really easy to do. Knots Now usually the first thing I hear from people about rope bondage is they were not in the boy scouts so they don't know to tie tons of knots. Square Knot. Animated Square Knot Square Knot Profile (see how it is clean and both tails are on the same side, and it wont slip when pulled) Granny Knot Profile (see how the tails go to each side, and the knot is diagonal, your DON'T want that!) Half Hitch (and Hitch and a Half). Larks Head: The thing I use the most, which really is not a knot, is called a larks head. Basic Techniques Bar Wrap

Welcome | Copenhagen shibari dojo Hon Kikkou Hon Kikkou Tortoise Shell Advanced Rope Lesson by Tatu (c) 2001, Revised 2007 Model - "yumi" Photos by Quietmstr (c) 2005 Tatu Publications This is probably one of the loveliest designs to learn. It is called a "Hon Kikkou". Please Note: Unfortunately the word "kikkou" has been misused in the west to describe diamond shaped patterns on the body which would more accurately be called a "hishi". All content & design © 1995-2020, TPPI and its affiliates and assigns and licensors, unless otherwise noted. "DsARts", "The Academy of DsARts", "Academy of D/s Arts, Japanese Rope ARt, and "The ARt of Geisha", "The Geisha Files", "The Way of Rope" are copyright titles, logos and signatures of TPPI. Unauthorized use is a willful infringement upon my rights under 17 U.S.C. All Models are at least 21 years old.

Ageplay Two adult women costumed in sexualized clothing and accessories associated with children, including hair bows and dolls (woman on left.) Ageplay or age play is a form of roleplaying in which an individual acts or treats another as if they were a different age. Ageplay is role playing between adults, and involves consent from all parties. Portraying any age can be the goal of ageplay, from babies, to the elderly. Usually this involves someone pretending to be younger than they actually are, but more rarely can involve assuming an older role.[1] Sexual ageplay[edit] Ageplay can be sexual or non-sexual. Ageplay can enhance power dynamics, and allow a partner to feel more comfortable with their dominance or submission. Ageplay is not considered pedophilia or related to pedophilia by professional psychologists.[4] Individuals who ageplay are not attracted to children, but instead enjoy portraying children, or enjoy childlike elements typical of children present in adults. See also[edit] [edit]

Shibari Translating a Japanese name without seeing the kanji is difficult. For instance, "kata" means a lot of things and each has a different kanji thus a different meaning. So, a word of warning about this glossary is in order. A bondage does not have a name! There are quite a few names and terms that have come down to us in a generally useful way from history, from hojojutsu terminology and from well known modern sensei and these have become fairly standard. Naming a bondage becomes useful when you try to explain it, the name helps smooth the communication. Knowing the "correct" Japanese word for every shibari tie doesn't make you a nawashi no more than owning an expensive camera makes a great photographer. agura shibari Generalized term for any tie where the sub sits in a crossed legged (Indian style) position. aomuke zuri Suspended face up aranawa rice rope asanawa Traditional Japanese style bondage rope made of hemp or jute. bari dorei ebi shibari The "shrimp" or "prawn" tie. ebizeme gyaku-ebi Joshu

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