Bondage rigger

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A bondage rigger is person who ties up others primarily as an art form, as opposed to people who do this to immobilise a bottom to prepare them for other forms of BDSM activity such as a flogging.

Bondage riggers may or may not be BDSM players. Some do this as pure art, some for profit by selling photos, etc. to enthusiasts. Many riggers do nothing but bondage, and often specialize in specific forms like nawa shibari.

Professional bondage riggers usually work with bondage models who themselves may or may not be kinky. For many it is simply another form of income in the competitive modelling field. Some bondage riggers are themselves also bondage models.

Other riggers consider it a form of D/s, with the rigger dominating the bottom by partially or completely immobilizing them.

In recent years, SIGNY awards have been awarded to the most popular bondage riggers, with the winners and runners-up being:

  • 2001: Jim Weathers, runners up Jay Edwards, Lorelei
  • 2003: Jim Weathers, runners up Julie Simone, Jay Edwards
  • 2004: Julie Simone, runners up Gord, Jim Weathers

List of notable bondage riggers

  • Andy Adler
  • Dave Annis
  • Jack Banner
  • James Bertoni
  • Bob of Ropemarks
  • Phil Carson
  • Sean Connelly
  • Bryan Davis
  • Simone Devon
  • Jay Edwards
  • Gord
  • Bridgett Harrington
  • Imago
  • JBRoper [1]
  • Justin [2]
  • Irving Klaw
  • David Klein
  • Lorelei
  • Jim Martin
  • Midori
  • PD
  • Ian Rath
  • Bill "Seether" Richards
  • Robin Roberts
  • Chanta Rose
  • Lew Rubens
  • John Savage
  • Julie Simone
  • Cory Thompson
  • Jim Weathers
  • Matt Williams
  • Dominic Wolfe
  • Jon Woods
  • Viking
  • Claire Adams

See also

References and further reading

  • Jay Wiseman, Jay Wiseman's Erotic Bondage Handbook, Greenery Press, 2000. ISBN 1890159131.
  • Midori, The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage, Greenery Press, 2001. ISBN 1890159387.
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