By Asiana and Door
This podcast is a documentation of our research, as well as simply us rambling about our passion. It is not meant to educate but to share our thoughts, opinions, and observations. Some of the topics we talk about are semenawa, emotions in rope, and trust-based dynamics.
Rope RamblingsJan 30, 2022
Beauty in Kinbaku vol. 1
This podcast is our first attempt at discussing different aspects of beauty in kinbaku. We talk about whether beauty is important to us and if yes, why; how differently the rigger and the model perceive beauty during the scene; how it is not only visual that we appreciate; the influence of clothing and hairstyle on the creative process; what we find beautiful in private tying and what we are looking for when watching others; and finally the importance of model’s expression and rigger’s intention in creating beauty.
Help us buy a microphone and continue rambling: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-us-get-our-voices-back-online-microphone
Why we tie? (2/2)
Why we tie? (1/2)
Here is a link to an article by Door that we mention during the conversation:
Sadness and emotions in rope
In this episode, we talk about the feelings of sadness and resignation in ropes; the differences in the experiences of the rope top and the model, how they influence each other and the intention of the rope top; non-verbal communication, safety and the importance of attention and intuition in ropes; objectification and the idea of the model being an instrument for the rope top.
On Nawashi Kanna and different styles of tying
In this episode we talk about the difference in the experience of the model between different styles of tying, some of the characteristics of Kanna style, the model’s experience of predicament compared to slow suffering, what Asiana loves about Kanna style, getting to know each other through rope and Door’s favourite ways of being tied.
From semenawa to trust and more...
In this episode we talk about: what semenawa is for us; the difference between masochism and suffering; kotobazeme; Door's desire to be violated by rope; the bottom’s imagination as a tool to use in the scene; Door's mindset of offering herself to the rope top; non-verbal communication; trust-based dynamics versus explicit negotiation; our lack of expectations from the rope scene; patience in building rope relationships; the stories we live in ropes; the kind of things we do communicate verbally; the uniqueness of each rope dynamic.