Booty Bondage

Angel666 created 'Booty Bondage' in 2016 as a decorative self-tie. When SKorpion Rope was formed we both said we would revisit this tie. Firstly to make a new video tutorial and secondly to see if it could be made suspendible. Three years after its first creation and together, we have finally managed to adapt it for suspension!

 

This tutorial is designed to accompany our video on YouTube. Link is here

This tie enhances the natural curves of the body and it creates such delicious bulges of flesh that make you want to have a sneaky nibble whilst tying it! The structure means that it holds its shape even whilst walking so it can be worn as a decorative tie for an event too. Tension and rope placement is key for this tie and so beginners might struggle at first. You will require knowledge of how to tie Munter hitches, side hitches and larks heads for this tie. There are lots of tutorials available on YouTube and so we don't demonstrate the individual frictions with too much detail.

We have not demonstrated how to attach up-lines to this harness . We strongly recommend that you take classes and receive instruction in person before attempting suspension. This is a face-up harness only and a mainline can be attached on the reinforced area of the harness using standard hip-harness attachment point techniques.  This is primarily a decorative tie, but we have found it to be very comfortable in the face-up horizontal position. Some of you might find it uncomfortable in the seated position due to the amount of rope around the crotch area. 

We used two 30ft and one 15ft lengths of KnotHead Nylon to complete this tie.

  • Pass the rope around the back of the right thigh and feed the running end through the bight to create a larks head. Reverse the tension so the rope is running from inside of the thigh to the outside. We have used a larks head for aesthetic reasons with the tutorial. You might want to use a single column tie if you intend on suspending with this butt harness.

  • Wrap the rope around the thigh as shown working up the body. Tension is key here and utilise the natural curves of the body to 'trap' the rope in place. Keep the ropes neat around the inner thigh area and ensure there are no twists or overlaps in your ropes.

  • With the fourth wrap, hug the upper part of the butt cheek and then exit between the thighs and change to the left thigh. You will get a rope crossover with this wrap and the second one, just ensure that it does not pinch the inner thigh area.

  • Wrap the ropes around the left thigh working up the body and working from the inside of the thigh to the outside.

  • We've had to join rope at this stage. Join your rope where required, but ensure there are no rope joins around the inner thigh area if you intend on suspending. 

  • After the final wrap on the upper left thigh, pass the rope between the thighs and up to the upper left wrap. Tie a side hitch in the position shown in order to change direction. Pass the rope diagonally across the front of the right hand side of the body and round to the back.

  • Adjust the wraps on the left butt cheek to ensure they are all evenly spaced prior to tying munter hitches in a diagonal direction as shown. You may need to hold the wraps in position until they have been 'muntered'!

  • Once you get to the bottom wrap, pass the running end over and under the bottom wrap as if you are going to tie another munter hitch. This time when you go across the 'stem', continue all the way round so the rope exits above the bottom wrap and towards the front of the left thigh. Watch the video for this section!

  • Pass your rope towards the front and tie a side hitch in the bottom wrap so that the rope exits back up towards the body.

  • Tie munter hitches on each wrap of the left thigh working up the body. Work in a diagonal direction as shown.

  • Tie your final munter hitch above the side hitch on the top wrap. Pass the running end across the front of the body and pass under the diagonal hip line. Tie a larks head on the top wrap of the right thigh, ensuring the running end exits uppermost. Tie this larks head in a similar position to the side hitch on the left thigh (Angel666 points this out in the video).

  • Pass the running end back to the centre and tie a munter hitch trapping both the lines within it. Exit round the back.

  • We've chosen to just cross the back lines over, but you can choose to put in a friction here if you want. Aesthetically we prefer it this way.

  • Ensure the right hand thigh wraps are evenly spaced and corectly positioned prior to tying the munter hitches. As before, tie a munter hitch on each wrap, working diagonally down the body.

  • Tie the same frictions at the bottom of the right thigh as you did with the left thigh. Tie munter hitches on the front right thigh wraps working diagonally up the body.

  • Tie the final munter hitch on the top wrap above the larks head. Pass the running end under the larks head friction as shown. Pass the rope across the front of the body and under the top wrap on the left thigh, between the frictions. Pass the running end over and under the top wrap. Wrap the rope around the central stems as shown.

  • Finish your harness with a locking friction and tie off any excess rope.  Check your harness and adjust any wraps as required for placement and comfort.

  • A mainline can be attached to the reinforced area of the harness. Use whatever attachment method you have been shown or taught.