Chained Chastity – A Bondage Movie – Part 2
‘The Prisoner’ has now been converted to a rubber bondage drone and continues to be the play thing of bondage expert ‘The Captor’. To enhance his captivity, ‘The Captor’ decides that metal chastity, a rebreather bag and electro stimulation should be used to further keep ‘The Prisoner’ entertained and restrained.
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“It isn’t bondage until you want out.”
At what point has bondage become real for you?
When does bondage stop being ‘fun’?
How many of you have stories of being kept in bondage longer than intended…either for better or for worse?
Who has experienced a non-consensual situation?
From the New York Post, “My favourite thing is to be hogtied then left alone. After my movement is taken away, troubles & worries fade. I come out of it & feel completely rested as if I’ve had a deep sleep. It goes beyond sexuality – way beyond it.”
Would this hogtie relax you?
‘The Prisoner’ has now been converted to a rubber bondage drone and continues to be the play thing of bondage expert ‘The Captor’. To enhance his captivity, ‘The Captor’ decides that metal chastity should be used to further keep ‘The Prisoner’ entertained and restrained.
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When hogtied, “Tension can be relieved by rolling onto one’s side. However, if the position is sufficiently stringent, the bound person may not be able to roll themselves onto their side at all.”
How can the hogtie be made more effective?
The hogtie is a bondage position involving the tying or chaining of a person’s wrists and ankles in some form behind their back, in order to restrain them.
How suitable is the hogtie for long term captivity?
“The main effect of suspension bondage is to create a heightened sense of vulnerability and inescapability, as the subject is made to feel that by attempting to free themselves they may fall and hurt themselves.”
Suspension bondage: yes or no?
When wearing a gas mask, “firstly, the wearer feels isolated and/or dehumanized. Secondly, those viewing the person wearing the gas mask may see the person as anonymous and non-human.”
What is the appeal of rubber objectification?
“When combined with other physical restraints, the wearing of a gag can increase the wearer’s sense of helplessness and anxiety level by rendering them unable to speak…which some people enjoy.”
Rubber hood, gas mask and a big ballgag? How long would you last?