This is probably the most common fetish. Also, a lot of people use it to spice up their sex life, without actually it being a fetish. However, a severe case of handcuff fetish can come under bondage sex. Technology has made our lives so much better in so many ways — but when it comes to sex, sometimes it’s just better to keep things old-school. That’s right; all you need for some next-level sex is a pair of handcuffs and a couple of basic sex positions.
Why are handcuffs so damn sexy in the first place? Control — or lack thereof — is a huge factor. And a lot of our attraction to the whole control issue has to do with punching a clock every day.
Maybe because handcuffs or bondage sex are:
Easy to get into
Minimal storage capacity needed
Generally comfortable (Dependent on the material and type)
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Now getting onto the question on the title, how many couples are using handcuffs? Since handcuffs are a type of bondage, a new survey has revealed that many couples resort to kinky tactics in the privacy of their bedroom to add an element of fun to their sex life. The results of the study, which was conducted on 2,500 people by online sex shop Lovehoney, showed that 66 percent of people have worn a blindfold and 69 percent have tied up a partner during sex, the Daily Star reported.
While over 52 percent of the respondents said that they have used handcuffs during intercourse, 1 in 5 have gagged a partner while making love. Moreover, 16 percent of people asserted that bondage is now an everyday part of their sexual routine. Meanwhile, 21 percent added that they would love to try the bondage tricks but had yet to find a partner who felt the same.
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