If you fancy giving BDSM a try, here are some helpful pointers
If you have entertained thoughts of experimenting in some BDSM fun and games then first let me tell you that you are in fact entirely normal. Did you know that in a recent YouGov poll (Feb 2016) it appears that a staggering 12.7 million Brits have been tied up or have fantasised about the activity? Well it's true and also pretty comforting, so you are definitely not alone.
It now seems that Bristol is the BDSM Capital of the UK (source express.co.uk) having snatched that salubrious title from Penrith in Cumbria last year.
Eighteen per cent of the country have been tied up during sex, and another 19 per cent say they haven’t been, yet - but would love to try it. So what are you waiting for, dip your toes into the turbid waters of the BDSM community.
Bondage has always been in our awareness, and it features heavily in erotic novels and even classical art. More recently the 5o Shades Of Grey books have really raised awareness (often in the wrong way), and it has been cited as one of the main reasons for the growth of the activity globally. Its mainstream media coverage has lead to open discussions of BDSM and has allowed lots of people to admit to their desires and interest in these activities.
So just what is BDSM and why is it so enticing?