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Japanese Bondage – History and Practices

Japanese Bondage – History and Practices

by Simon Blackthorne at Wasteland.com First of all, it takes a little time to explain about the background of Japanese bondage. You need to know about this, because you may miss a couple of the most intense effects if you do not. Japanese bondage is a combination of bondage-effects like most of us know them (power, helplessness), beauty and aesthetics (compare the Japanese “Ikebana” style of presenting flowers if you like) and very intense erotic massage (by the ropes and knots) that is very similar to acupuncture and acupressure techniques and shiatsu (Japanese massage). In the Oriental middle ages, bondage ...

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The Anatomy of Suspension – Part 1: Engineering Your Suspension

The Anatomy of Suspension – Part 1: Engineering Your Suspension

by Hans Meijer, Featured Photo by Lew Rubens.  The above picture is what should always be in the forefront of your mind, when working with suspensions. The outer graphics represent the general situation of what the bondage should look like and where support should be, the inner ones of course are the human skeleton, front and back side. People with a spiritual background will easily recognize the Tree of Life in the schematic representation. And indeed it is. The Tree of Life originates from the Middle East (from the days well before Christ) and it is a philosophical approach to life, ...

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