Bondage capital of Britain revealed

Britain’s bondage capital has been revealed by The Furniture Market, following the incredible success of the Fifty Shades books and movies, which has seen BDSM – bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism – become more mainstream in people’s sex lives.

Bristol has been crowned the bondage capital of Britain, with those living in the West Country having embraced the rise of BDSM more so than any other part of the UK.

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The survey revealed that 18 per cent of British people have been tied up during sex. A further 19 per cent said that though they haven’t experimented, they would be willing to give it a go.

In Oxford, one in five people have admitted to having sex on a chest of drawers and one in three Londoners would rather opt for sex on the sofa than in their own bed.

Elsewhere, 57 per cent of people from Aberdeen confessed to having sex somewhere other than a bed and out of the people who responded to the survey from Wolverhampton, 42 per cent of them revealed that they have tied up a partner during sex.

But it is those living in Cambridge who wish to be tied up more so than in any other part of the country.

Channel 4’s The Great British Sex Survey – which set out to reveal the UK’s favourite fetishes, sexual practises and sexual desires – had named the small Cumbrian town of Penrith as the BDSM capital of Britain.

A survey back in November from the Northern Illinois University found that participants who engaged in BDSM were in a better mood, were less stressed and saw altered states of consciousness – which has been linked to boosting creativity.

According to the survey, the average British person spends 117 days of their lifetime having sex. That’s 2808 hours!

If BDSM sounds like something right up your street, then you’re bound to enjoy some great domination phone sex.