Spiders web

  A spiders web is an arrangement of either rope or chain fixed to a large frame or the walls of a room in the design of a common spiders web. The web is tightened in the frame so that it can move as little as possible. The web can then be used as a frame on which to tie the submissive too by the Mistress. The web has advantages over the St Andrews cross in that the victim once secured is accessible from both front and back. It is also much easier to bind the sub in such a way that the bondage supports the weight of the person. This makes it possible to leave the person bound for longer periods.

The spiders web is also a very suitable piece of bondage equipment for the home as it requires very little space for storage once dismantled. Rope Webs can also be made with a little effort.

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spiders_web.txt · Last modified: 2009/12/04 11:21 by admin
 


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