Symbolism can be found in just about everything that we interact with on a day to day basis. We may not see them. We might be too absorbed in our own worlds and problems that we often aren’t paying attention. Be that as it may, there are messages everywhere waiting for us to acknowledge them and use them to help enhance our lives. Our clothing and intimate apparel can often times contain messages too including geometric symbolism. This even includes how they are constructed because the patterns used to create any item of clothing involve lines and curves that form shapes. Shapes often carry spiritual and psychological meanings.
When looking at Bodybinds pieces, I see more than just beautifully crafted bondage lingerie. I see geometric shapes within them which can have sacred meanings. Let’s take the diamond cage monokini piece from their black collection and breakdown some of the potential symbolism that can be found in it.
Ooh La La
The first time I heard Ooh La La by Goldfrapp it pulled me out of my desk chair to dance because my hips couldn’t resist the pulsating beat. A week later I had a blissful experience with it in my pole dance class. I glowed. It felt like my body absorbed Alison Goldfrapp’s silky voice and the song’s beat and slowly released the vibrations from within all afternoon.
That evening I decided to give my husband, Brian, his first lap dance. Before I could chicken out I said, “I want to dance for you, ok?”
“Sure, yeah!” he nodded, “What do I have to do?”
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