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Views View Edit History. When facing the front, the subject can be teased, while the back-facing position is more often used for impact play like whipping, flogging or spanking.

Some Saint Andrew's Crosses can be spun around a central axle, turning them into "bondage wheels".

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This piece of furniture is easy and inexpensive to make, making it one of the most popular types of BDSM furniture for dungeons of all kinds. Kinkly Terms: Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Toggle navigation Menu. Saint Andrew's Cross Share this: There are some steel versions, leather-wrapped options, and ones with padding but they get a bit more expensive. The great news, this is one of the easiest pieces of furniture and toys to play with.

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Just decide if you want them saint you, or away from you, bdsm then put them in the wrist and ankle restraints. There are lots of toys you can use — floggers, paddles, hands spanking cross, clamps, sex toys, whips, electro-stim machines, water bondage with extreme cautiontickling, sensual massage, etc. Being attached with one's back to the cross is usually more of a sexual bondage position or used for sexual teasing.

Freestanding saltires have andrews frame which supports the cross.

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Some homemade freestanding crosses have a tendency to be unstable; a writhing subject can sometimes tip them over, so great caution needs to be exercised in their use. Some freestanding crosses include footrests that greatly improve safety and stability. The name comes from the crux decussata diagonal cross that Saint Andrew is said to have been martyred on.

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A Realistic Introduction. ISBN Andrews or St. Andrew s is found in the names of many places and institutions.