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Bondage Rigger

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The Rope Bunny and his Rigger.

A bondage rigger (or rope artist) is a person of any gender who practices the art of tying bondage, usually with rope.

Bondage riggers may participate in bondage for many reasons. These may include: as a form of BDSM or D/s play for personal enjoyment; as an art form, such as with Shibari[wp] or kinbaku[wp]; or as an enterprise for profit, by selling books, videos, or photographs.

Bondage riggers work with one or more rope bottoms or bondage models, or may tie themselves in a practice called self-rigging or self-suspension. Some rope bottoms and bondage models are accomplished bondage riggers themselves.


Definition - What does Rigger mean?
In kink and BDSM, rigger is a gender neutral term that is applied to someone who ties rope bondage or who is a rope bondage top. The term comes from sailing, when it was applied to the person who was responsible for the ropes that controlled the sails.
Kinkly explains Rigger
The term rigger can be used interchangeably with rope top. There is no corresponding shorthand for a rope bottom. The terms 'rope slut', 'rope bunny', and 'rope model' are sometimes used, and all are hotly contested.

The counterpart is the Rope Bunny.

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This article based on an article Bondage rigger (17 January 2018) from the free Encyklopedia Wikipedia. The Wikipedia article is publised under under an unknown license. In Wikipedia is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.
This article based on an article What is a Rigger? - Definition from Kinkly from kinkly.com.