Bondage rigger

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A male bondage rigger demonstrates to the audience on how to do rope bondage, at BoundCon 2015 event in Germany. The bondage technique used here is box tie, a basic form of arm and breast bondage.[1]
A Rigger tying a model
A female rigger stands by while a female model she has tied up tries to free herself

A bondage rigger is a person of any gender who practices the art of tying bondage, usually with rope.

Bondage riggers may participate in bondage for many reasons. These may include: as a form of BDSM or D/s play for personal enjoyment; as an art form, such as with Shibari or kinbaku; or as an enterprise for profit, by selling books, videos, or photographs.

Bondage riggers work with one or more rope bottoms or bondage models, or may tie themselves in a practice called self-rigging or self-suspension. Some rope bottoms and bondage models are accomplished bondage riggers themselves.

Responsible bondage riggers always follow the principles of RACK when rigging.[citation needed]

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References and further reading[edit]

  • Arisue Go, Kinbaku Theory and Practices, Sanwa Publishing, 2008
  • Arisue Go, Kinbaku Mind and Techniques 1, Jugoya, 2009
  • Arisue Go, Kinbaku Mind and Techniques 2 (Floor Works 1), Jugoya, 2009
  • Chanta Rose, Bondage For Sex, BDSM Press, 2006. ISBN 0-9777238-0-1.
  • Douglas Kent, Complete Shibari Volume 1: Land, Mental Gears Publishing, 2010. ISBN 978-0-9736688-1-0.
  • Douglas Kent, Complete Shibari Volume 2: Sky, Mental Gears Publishing, 2010. ISBN 978-0-9736688-2-7.
  • Esinem, Japanese Rope Bondage DVD shibari tutorials, http://www.shibari.co/
  • Jay Wiseman, Jay Wiseman's Erotic Bondage Handbook, Greenery Press, 2000. ISBN 1-890159-13-1.
  • Lee "Bridgett" Harrington, Circle23, Shibari You Can Use, Mystic Productions, 2006. ISBN 0-9778727-0-X.
  • Midori, Craig Morey, The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage, Greenery Press, 2001. ISBN 1-890159-38-7.
  • Two Knotty Boys, Larry Utley, Two Knotty Boys Showing You the Ropes, Green Candy Press, 2006. ISBN 1-931160-49-X.