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Safety References

If there’s just one section on this website that I hope you’d spend your time on, it’s this one. The dedication to safety is one of the components that sets apart responsible BDSM and Shibari practitioners from the abusers and consent violators that plague our communities.

Get to know which risks exist and how we can mitigate them so that you and your partner can enjoy the fun stuff without worrying about a sudden trip to the emergency room!

References & Recommendations

Highly Recommended: In this free course, Lecia gives you a general overview of the most relevant safety aspects you should think and know about before starting with rope bondage. This includes information about different types of rope, cutting tools, anatomical knowledge – especially about nerves and nerve damage symptoms- but also consent and communication, self reflection, psychological aspects and pain processing strategies.

Clover: “I think the two most common and often misunderstood problems in rope are circulation and nerve problems and more importantly how to spot the differences between them. It is not always simple, but here are a few points to guide towards what the problem could be.”

Lightwriter_nl: From time to time I get questions from rope enthusiasts about the management of rope induced nerve injury. This writing is a longer version of my view as a MD.

Author’s Note: The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this Website

RemedialRopes.com: “Bondage can be sensual & fun, but it can also be risky & dangerous. We think information is sexy! What follows are some basic aspects of risk aware consent. Many gray areas are not addressed here – attend classes and study more about bondage!”

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