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Self-bondage refers to the practice of binding oneself for the purpose of sexual pleasure or fetish exploration. It can be a solitary activity or done with a partner, with the purpose of achieving a heightened sense of vulnerability and submission.

Electronic time locks like the famous MEOBOND are one type of device that can be used in self-bondage. They are used to lock a person into a state of bondage for a specific period of time, and can be programmed to release the person automatically at a specific time or when a specific condition is met.

Other types of self-bondage accessories include:

  • Restraints (such as cuffs, ropes, or chains)
  • Gags (such as ball gags or bit gags)
  • Blindfolds or hoods
  • Spreader bars
  • Bondage tape


Highlights of self-bondage:

  • Allows for a greater level of control and autonomy over the bondage experience
  • Can be a way to explore new boundaries and limits
  • Can be a way to achieve a heightened sense of vulnerability and submission


Disadvantages of self-bondage:

  • Safety can be a concern if not done properly, as the person is responsible for their own release
  • Can be psychologically risky if the person is not prepared for the feelings of vulnerability or isolation that may arise
  • Can be physically risky if the restraints are too tight or restrictive, or if the person is not able to release themselves in case of emergency.


It is important to remember that self-bondage should be done with great care and caution. It is essential to have a plan in place for emergency release, such as a backup key or a system for calling for help. It is also important to establish a safe word or signal before beginning, in case the person needs to be released immediately. It is also important to be aware of the risks involved in self-bondage, such as injury or loss of circulation, and to always have a way to release oneself quickly if necessary.