For Fictional Bondage Only: Objectification

Bondage in reality has to follow rules and we have to think of safety issues. You don’t want to injure your little man, just torment him.

But, in fiction, bondage can go further, deeper and be far more evil. I remember a movie I watched (just the beginning) where the actor (possibly Clint Eastwood) was a soldier on the run from the other soldiers. Somehow he is taken in by a school for girls or some other type of women’s group. They have their own building, that much was clear, and it is somewhere isolated. I forget if they find him and bring him in or if he finds them and asks/ begs/ bargains/ threatens his way in. However, it turns out that the women tie him down while he is unconscious and cut off his leg (some essential body part)/ It may have been due to a real injury or they were making sure he couldn’t escape or cause them any harm. Either way he was now under their mercy and tender care. I don’t remember more than that.

There is something erotic about bondage done to that extent. I am not looking for that in reality. But, in fiction, you can let your fetishy impulses run amok. No one real gets hurt. Though anyone finding out about your erotic fetish may never feel quite the same about you again.

Still, the appeal to me is not about cutting off body parts but the complete control and the extreme bondage.

I don’t know how the movie ends, if they end up killing him (think The Collector) or if he escapes. I just like running scenes in my mind where the little man is in dire peril and can’t escape.

Even today I was looking at the site that sells Real Dolls and came upon a picture of a real doll male torso. Of course it’s just plastic (or some type of stuff like that) so there is no blood or gore or real violence. It is just meant to be a toy for those who don’t want to deal with the whole body, arms and legs and the head just weight more and take up space. Right? This led me to the thought that arms and legs tend to get in the way. Even when you are writing a sex scene the arms and legs have to be kept track of and other than being used now and then, they do tend to get in the way.

How would it be to have just a male torso to play with? You’d have to keep the head of course. If only so you could listen to him protest, scream and beg for mercy. But, assuming you (or some of your friends) are able to perform the type of surgery that removes the arms and legs and then cauterizes the appendages so there isn’t too much blood loss or other trauma. Once he heals and gets over some of the mental adjustment, you would have the ultimate bondage for that little man. He literally isn’t going anywhere.

I know it’s gross, sick and way over the scope of reality. I’d never want to do it in reality at all. It would be way too gross. It only has appeal in fiction, where I can focus on the bondage and the torment and the true evil and wickedness in the scenario.

Dollification – the process of evolving, mentally and physically, into a “living doll.” Individuals who desire this process-as well as those who are in the midst of the process or have already achieved an end result-may be described as “dolls,” and most desire as well to be owned. The parties involved in dollification are referred to as “Owner”and “doll”; this is comparable to a Master/slave or Dom/sub relationship.

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Wikipedia: Agalmatophilia – is a paraphilia concerned with the sexual attraction to a statue, doll, mannequin or other similar figurative object. The attraction may include the desire for actual sexual contact with the objects, a fantasy of having sexual (or non-sexual) encounters with the animate or inanimate instances of the preferred objects, the act of watching encounters between the objects themselves, or sexual pleasure gained from thoughts of being transformed or transforming another into the preferred object.