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I have never been into ropes, gags and handcuffs in my sexual encounters, though it’s something some people are into. If you were dating someone and everything else seemed to be good, would you continue to date someone who’s into way different sexual adventures than yourself? Would you be open to experimentation to continue the relationship or would you dump them? Do you think a relationship can last if you’re not both into kinky stuff? What within bondage turns people on? I wonder what kind of other crazy stuff goes on in relationships behind closed doors that we have no idea. The nice married couple next door may dress up in leather in the bedroom and tie each other up. You never really know who’s into it and who’s not.

Once you start a relationship this is a key element. Are you both are on the same sexual wavelength? If you’re not, it probably won’t work out. If your partner has a higher sex drive than you, they’re going to eventually wear you out to the point where it’s not fun anymore. Tension will build up, they won’t be satisfied and eventually they will probably wonder onto someone else who can keep up with them. Same goes if one person likes the pain or domination factor of having control over their lover in the bedroom. If their partner isn’t into being hog-tied, well you might want to find a more conservative environment. There’s nothing wrong with what turns you on, unless it’s against the law or your hurting someone, just find your match.

 

Tara Richter is an Internet Dating Coach in Tampa Bay. She is the author of “The Dating Jungle Series” and an Internet TV Show Host.