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18-Oct-2017 12:56

The image attached, for example, is a very powerful one--but the video from which it comes is not.

One of the keys, I believe, to healthy gimp is how necessary it is.

Amy Hesketh and Red Feline announced they almost finished their new medieval torture movie Justine, so I created this poser of Amy roasting but in a more upright stake pose as a celebratory love roasting Amy post. Nia wrote: I always assumed that you guys developed this kink because you have been rejected and emasculated by women and this was the caveman method of getting what you need in a society that no longer condones dragging your woman of choice by the hair and forcing yourself upon her. It's nice to hear the perspective of one of the few women readers we have here, but you really think that way about guys who have the fetish?

I don't know the personal proclivities of most of the people who read this board, but I'm online friends with a number of them, and I know at least some of them are happily married or at least in relationships.

For most of us, though, there's an ability to recognize the difference between what happens inside our heads and in the world of others.

I always assumed that this fetish developed in most people before they even had sexual thoughts about the opposite sex. I convinced my babysitter to tie me up when I was about 8 or 9.I've heard similar stories on this board of people becoming interested in S&M type stuff pre-puberty.When I hit puberty those kind of thoughts just became incorporated into my sexuality.I guess if that's the ONLY way you can get off, then it could become an issue.

I don't fantasize about killing or maiming people as a sexual thing. That same part of me recognizes that a woman can be tortured by whipping her breasts without damaging her more than a scrape on her knee (as long as there is a degree of consensuality so she's not traumatized in ways that DON'T heal).

What you can't do in real life you can enjoy, vicariously, though the actions of the villain in whatever media you are consuming.