What can I say about rope bondage? A lot. I like rope bondage. I think you can see that by viewing enough of my images. All of the rope bondage you see in my images was done (tied) by me, because I like to be part of the process from start to finish.

As you can see in this picture, I have a variety of colors of rope. While many bondage enthusiasts prefer to only use something natural like hemp or jute rope, for various reasons I prefer “Braided MFP” (Multi-Filament Polypropylene) rope most of the time, with natural ropes occasionally (natural ropes have a good grip). MFP rope comes in a huge assortment of great colors that don’t fade, is soft, strong, consistent, low-stretch, repels moisture, washes well, and lasts a long time. Some people hear “poly” and think of the cheap stiff rope at the hardware store…but this is entirely different, and works well for bondage.

Much of the rope-work that you see in my work was done with photography in mind rather than purely ‘bondage’ motives, so it’s not as tight as you might see if I were doing it for that latter purpose. It depends on the model, though. When the model can handle it, I can tie more firmly.┬áIn upcoming shoots I am planning to do some rope bondage that is a bit more ‘strict’, more like you’d expect for bondage enthusiasts when not posing for a camera…but I’ll still have the camera. I think having various levels of severity is great, because that way I can include models who aren’t up for a very strict tight rope session, and save that for those models who are.

But this model is just sooooo cute! The colorful rope combined with that cuteness makes this image like eating a hot fudge sundae! So enjoy!!

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