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It’s time to lie down, close your mind, and get prepared to be helpless, because today we are speaking about the fundamentals of BDSM Vacuum beds!
The vacuum bed must be used with the aid of someone else, as the consumer cannot control the vacuum itself, nor escape the vacuum bed unaided.
What is a Vacuum Bed?
The vacuum beds is equally a bondage and feeling device. The consumer is not able to move considerably (although a few wiggling is possible) and is unable to talk or view, depending on the breathing hole used. The sensation of this vacuum bed itself, in addition to any other play (stroking, percussion( vibrations) may be gratifying to your users, and some find adventures a great deal more extreme than what is experienced with no vacuum beds.
A person has been placed in a latex envelope spanned by a frame along with a suction pump or floor vacuum eliminates the majority of the air in the container. The structure can be either a simple rectangle of pierced PVC pipes, combined by PVC joints or 3-dimensional frames of different sizes, with a similar PVC construction.
There are several ways the vacuum bed can be designed to ease breathing. The most typical is a tube running from outside of the vacuum bed into the person’s mouth. A second choice is a reinforced hole that’s positioned so that the mouth protrudes. A third solution is a reinforced gasket by which forces the whole head. Adding a connected fetish, some vacuum beds utilize a gas mask to facilitate respiration.
There’s also a threat of positional asphyxia, as well as the other risks connected with bondage activities.
Aside from the submissive feeling a feeling of comfort, there are many things you can do…