I first encountered this particular material at a rope munch, watching a scene between an amazing pairing. It was being used between her toes to add a different sensation to the already painfully tight bondage. Afterwards the bunny explained that it was so deliciously uncomfortable as crotch rope, which was why she wouldn’t be letting me try hers out!
A wise decision indeed.
The thing about Coir rope is that it’s made from the outer shell of coconuts. Now, if you’ve ever rubbed a coconut on your face- and let’s face it, why wouldn’t you?- then you’ll appreciate the texture is not altogether friendly! As the picture shows it is quite prickly, especially on tender flesh.
So, adding it in to ties is just another way for this masochist to get her kicks.
If you’re considering using coir rope in a scene, it’s important to be aware that it is quite brittle. Personally, I would never attempt a suspension with it. But I would incorporate it into one as a bonus toe rope. It adds a different element and sensation to proceedings.
April’s sinful sunday prompt is Wheel of Photography. When I span the wheels I got Black and White for the top wheel, and Macro Photography on the bottom. These seemed to tie in quite nicely with todays post, so I got my creative hat on too. Any excuse to get my ropes out really!
Have you enjoyed learning a little about coarse coir rope? Try reading this story featuring it’s use: Fantasy and reality often overlap.