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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“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?
Research suggests that “some people who are engaged to mummification bondage also report a connection with the feeling of being immortal which was associated with mummification in ancient Egypt”.
Have you ever been mummified? What kind of experience was it for you?
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For many, being forced to wear a gas mask can result in “an unusual and somewhat uncomfortable physical sensation, while others may experience something closer to claustrophobia”.
For you, is the wearing of a gas mask:- a) pleasure? b) torture? c) both?
Above quote taken from Mummification article at https://drmarkgriffiths.wordpress.com/2014/09/12/duty-bound-a-beginners-guide-to-mummification-fetishes/
Academics have noted that being forced to wear a gas mask, in a bondage situation, is akin to “committing to a scary and unknown experience and not being able to back out, either physically or socially.”
When was the last time you were in bondage and made to wear a gas mask?
Research has show that the use of a gas mask allows the “dominant participant to control, through their breathing, the physical experience of a submissive other and “playing on the fear and thrill of being controlled by, and controlling, others”.”
Do you enjoy being controlled with a gas mask?
Or do you enjoy controlling a victim with a gas mask?
Research suggests, when forced to wear 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 (potentially) non-human.”
What does a gas mask make you feel?
Taken from an article at https://drmarkgriffiths.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/breath-duties-a-brief-look-at-gas-mask-fetishism/