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I recall mommy looking vaguely perplexed but they didn't make an issue of it. Now, mind you, I was not yet aware of anatomic details distinguishing boys from girls and of course this was a good six years or so before the dawning of actual sexual feelings.
But I had an intense recurring fantasy of tying up the little girl next door naked and causing her to fall down in the snow.
And although it stings enormously, it also turns her on. I couldn't stop masturbating for a week after I encountered that story.
That image had quite an effect on me, and I remember laying in bed topless with my arms overhead fantasizing that I was being executed in the same manner.
I didn't understand it, nor did I think too deeply about it. Of course, this was long before I had any sexual desires.
I've sometimes wondered how many other men into this stuff fantasize they are the suffering female.
My impression from this forum is that it's a very small number. I watched a lot of the 1950s cowboy shows on TV, Lone Ranger, Red Ryder, and so on, which often featured the pretty girl getting caught by the bad guys, then tied up and gagged.
And you're right, of course: The rack scenes, with that absurd dangling "Fickle Finger of Fate," are the high points in this Grade B (at best) drive-in flick.
I remember seeing this movie back in the early '90s as part of a twin-bill with "The Warrior and the Sorceress," an equally silly low-budget sword-and-sorcery flick David Carradine made in 1984 trying to milk as much out of his "Kung Fu" fame as he possibly could.
Howie In response to your question regarding age of first interest in bondage...
As best I can tell I was born (I'm a man) with the deeply ingrained orientation of sexually dominant heterosexual. One of my earliest memories, circa age 4, involved the busy work of coloring a picture in Sunday school.
But having abandoned VHS years ago, I think I'll still pick up the DVD.
The Poll: When I was age 6 or 7 I saw an illustration of the execution of Saint Sebastian in a book.
One day I came across a story in the Penthouse Letters section, written from the point of view of a woman who had been caught stealing money from her employer.