The current challenge for Tie Me Up Tuesday is hair bondage. I can’t braid hair to save my life and the one that looks like a half bun seemed too simple. So I decided to do a hogtie that connected to my hair.
Brief History of Shibari
During the Edo period, ropes and knots weren’t used for kinky things. Instead, samurais used rope to capture prisoners. We have handcuffs in modern day, but they used rope.
But rope wasn’t used as simple handcuffs. The Japanese were very intricate with their ties and they often depicted something to symbolize the crime.
Knots were also used to torture criminals. The Japanese tied knots to induce confessions.
Later, ropes were used in kabuki theaters as part of the performance. This sort of performance is now called kinbaku in the BDSM realm.
Subdue the Submissive
This tie was difficult for me. I was watching tutorials on how to do it, but needed to also use my phone to take photos. Normally, I would use the timer to take photos but this time I had to record a video then use stills from the video as pictures.
The hair tie I did seems to be most like the one Twisted Monk did. So I did the hair tie first. Then I followed by tying my ankles. Now, I needed to take a picture so I got off my bed and waddled to the desk to set up my phone. I set it to record because the timer wasn’t going to be enough time.
I got back to the bed and found it rather difficult to get back up my ass was in the air while I was bent over the bed for a while.
The Final Product
Finally, I was back on the bed, but now I had to connect the rope in my hair to the rope around my ankles. I was on the bed for a while struggling to reach behind my back to connect the rope. The recording of me captured me in many humiliating positions.
It took about ten minutes of this struggle before I got the ropes connected. But I actually got a pretty decent still.
I sent the photo to CL and he said he got hard thinking about the things he’d do to me like this.