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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