Tuck your flasks inside your Sanrio lunch boxes, babies, because we’re going to the movies.
Mean Georgia police officers interrupted the loving and leathery carnal embrace of a couple of internet strangers who were just trying to live out their fantasy of having sadomasochistic sex in the middle of the forest in the middle of the day.
Some men get erotic thrills from seeing nude young women shot, stabbed, pierced by spears and arrows, or killed in a variety of other ways. And a remarkably large Internet industry has arisen to serve this craving.
RiRi frolics with blow-up dolls and sings, "Sex in the air. I don't care. I love the smell of it. Sticks and stones may break my bones but chains and whips excite me." BDSM enthusiast, or attempting to be edgy?
In hyping an industry that has long gotten rich promulgating "sexy torture," America's Next Top Model is a perfect case study of how violent imagery plays out in the reality TV landscape. Sadism has been a recurring theme.