Chair bondage

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Chair bondage is a form of bondage where a person is tied to a chair.

Typically, the victim's arms are tied behind the back of the chair and secured. However, they can also be tied to the arms of the chair. The victim's legs are secured to the chair legs. There may be further ropes round the body and chair back, or the thighs and chair seat, to secure the victim more firmly to the chair.

Ropes may be also threaded around the body and chair back, or the thighs and chair seat, to secure the victim more firmly to the chair. Head bondage fixed to a cross-strut may be used to pull the head back.

If the chair is not sufficiently heavy or fixed to the ground, it is possible that the victim will be able to make it fall over. This leads to the risk of injury or of facilitating escape. If the chair is on wheels, it may be easy for the victim to move around, again facilitating escape.

By contrast, forniphilia is using bondage to turn someone into a piece of furniture such as a chair.

Examples of Chair bondage


Photographs taken by Robin Roberts
showing examples of being bound to a chair.


Also see the page [ List of Bondage Positions ]


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