A sex swing can be hanged on your doors, walls, and ceilings. After installation, learn how to use a sex swing by adjusting the height, and attaching accessories like headrests, BDSM bondage, and door mounts to improve your experience.
So you’ve heard of sex swings, and have thought about bringing it in your bedroom to kink stuff up a bit, right?
But you’re probably asking yourself, How do I use this? Are there special ways of installing them that I need to know about? How can I use the sex swing to spice the sex up a notch?
Before we set things rolling. A sex swing is a link of different harnesses used to enhance suspension during sex and vary in type. e.g. door sex swings, hanging sex swings, sex slings, and sex swing stands.
Alright! Let’s clear these draw-backs and get you accurate information on how to use a sex swing in your home!
As we have mentioned, there are different sex swings. Meaning they all have different ways of installing but nothing too sophisticated.
A door sex swing only needs you to hook the tube-stoppers at the top and slide them behind a door then shut it to make it firm and steady.
Hanging sex swings and sex slings need you to drill hooks on your bedroom ceiling for you to attach the harness for suspension.
But here’s the catch! There is the sex stand option that allows you to mount the swings and slings without requiring any door or ceiling support.
You can add a creative flair while using sex swings to increase the pleasure and thrill. Let’s check out the following tips right off the bat!
This is very important before you get things going. What do I mean? The height of the sex swing determines a great deal of the types of adventure you’ll have in your positions (stick around for a guide on this!).
So, if you and your partner are banking on mileage and intensity, then consider adjusting the height to a comfortable level before ripping those clothes off.
You know when they say ‘Practice makes perfect’? Yeah… What you want to do here, before enjoying any pleasure, is to ‘acquaint’ yourself with the sex swing first.
Try out a few tests on the positions from your fantasies then give it a good run with your partner later on.
Also, the workout will help your body muscles adapt to the sex on the swings and slings. The aim here is to prevent injury or any form of discomfort during your playtime.
Take advantage of some of the sex swing accessories we’ve mentioned above and add them to your swing to create a BDSM experience of your own choice!
“Swings are great! Mount it with a heavy duty eye bolt into a strong ceiling joist. We use a carabiner (as used in rock climbing) to quickly attach it and take it down, they are more than sufficient for the weight. You might want to consider some type of hammock chair to hang when the swing isn’t in use depending on the location, this also lets you hang out in the chair and gain confidence in the mounting system.
As far as sex in it goes, it is great! It requires very little physical effort so you can go forever. The bondage aspect of it is part of the appeal for us.
During one party I (male) somehow ended up hanging in it towards the end of the evening. My partner at the moment thought it would be funny to spin me, grabbed my ankle and gave me a spin. Try getting out of one of those things while naked and dizzy!“
“I’ve never used one, However, if you are up too high, can you just go to Home Depot or Lowes and get a couple inches or a foot of chain to make it lower?
If you want to stabilize yourself somewhat, why not put on wrist/ankle cuffs and have your partner tie you to something fixed?
There you go! We have literally given you the most important details on how to use a sex swing, how to do an installation, and offered some pretty spicy tips that will help you and your partner on the adventure to pleasure island.
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