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Weird Sex (Practices; Preferences; Accoutrements; Etc.)

Mythopoeika

I am a meat popsicle
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If humans keep evolving bigger brains, then it's just possible that women in the future will have bigger hips and buttocks.
Mind you, there are signs that humans are getting dumber, so maybe this scenario won't happen.
 

Ronnie Jersey

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If humans keep evolving bigger brains, then it's just possible that women in the future will have bigger hips and buttocks.
Mind you, there are signs that humans are getting dumber, so maybe this scenario won't happen.
While all the women I know are busy trying to reduce the size of their butts! LOL
 

uair01

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The extreme sex life of physicist Erwin Schrodinger. From: Carlo Rovelli - Helgoland
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maximus otter

Recovering policeman
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Has anybody heard of the erotic potential of a vacuum bed? I'm thinking it is a fetish thing after running across this on YouTube

That looks about as erotic as a wet February Tuesday in Hull, but with a slightly higher chance of death.

A mate of mine once dealt with a case of death by autoerotic asphyxiation:

A lad’s parents were going away for a fortnight, and tasked his older sister to look in on him every couple of days.

Apparently, his - rather involved - kink was to pierce the open end of a plastic shopping bag with numerous holes, thread a bootlace through them to create a purse string, place this over his head and feed Camping Gaz into it through a rubber hose. He would then lie supine on the carpet with a pair of scissors at hand and biff himself off while choking, snipping the bag open with the scissors after he’d pitched one over his thumb.

Unfortunately, during one episode he got his routine wrong and carked it.

His sister would dutifully rock up to check on him, even once apparently looking into the room where his corpse was lying. She saw his motionless feet, assumed that he was having a nap, and tiptoed away.

Mum and dad return home after fourteen days (bear in mind that it was summer…) My mate said that
the deceased’s head had expanded to fill the bag, and gone bright green.

Not the homecoming they we’re expecting, l’d wager.

maximus otter
 

escargot

Disciple of Marduk
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Calling @escargot!

She's told a story somewhere on this here forum about someone who made their own vacuum bed that resulted in their death.
I did indeed.
The story is 100% true; it came from the BMJ which I was reading for MA research, and finding myself constantly sidetracked by gory medical anecdotes.

I've posted it least once before!
Here we go -

A family came home from a shopping trip to find the father dead on the floor in the front room. They called for help and the paramedics came, and in due course a doctor.

The doctor was so intrigued by the circumstances that he called some doctor mates over to have a look.

Here's what had happened:

The man was wearing jeans and a teeshirt. He lay inside a box-shaped structure made of plastic plumbing pipes covered in tough see-through plastic sheeting. A vacuum cleaner was standing nearby with its motor running.

The vacuum cleaner was plugged into an extension, and the vacuum cleaner plug and the extension it was plugged into were inside the box.

A pipe ran from the vacuum cleaner hose to the 'box' and inside it; the air had been sucked out of the box, trapping the man's hand around the plug and preventing him disengaging it.

So he could plug it in from inside the box, but couldn't unplug it.

His other problem was the speed with which the air was removed from the box by the vacuum cleaner. The doctor and his friends made guesses about how long it would take, ranging from a minute to two or three or so. They were all wrong; it worked in seconds. No more than a minute anyway.

When the air was sucked out of the box the plastic sheeting became fitted tightly to the man's body, compressing his chest and asphyxiating him. He couldn't stop the motor and was immediately unconscious and then dead very soon afterwards.

The design was detailed on an internet site which he'd been looking at. He'd built it himself and stowed it in the loft. When the family went out shopping he'd taken in down and assembled it.

Why had he made this box? The idea was to enjoy the feeling of compression, presumably in a sexual way, although as the man was dressed this was probably a rehearsal. He seems to have been killed the first time he tried it out.

The website was named in the article but was soon taken down. Of course I checked right away! No sign.
 

RaM

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It does in fact take only seconds, I was having some tests done this involved
being in a big plastic bubble much like a older helicopter cabin, riding a
exercise bike being fed air through a demand valve, during one test there was a
flash of lightening, the electronics tripped and cut my air supply instantly, and
even though I had been given a safety briefing and knew what could happen I
had to be helped out very quickly by the men in white coats.
A lesson learned and never forgotten.
:omr:
 

Swifty

doesn't negotiate with terriers
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I did indeed.
The story is 100% true; it came from the BMJ which I was reading for MA research, and finding myself constantly sidetracked by gory medical anecdotes.

I've posted it least once before!
Here we go -

A family came home from a shopping trip to find the father dead on the floor in the front room. They called for help and the paramedics came, and in due course a doctor.

The doctor was so intrigued by the circumstances that he called some doctor mates over to have a look.

Here's what had happened:

The man was wearing jeans and a teeshirt. He lay inside a box-shaped structure made of plastic plumbing pipes covered in tough see-through plastic sheeting. A vacuum cleaner was standing nearby with its motor running.

The vacuum cleaner was plugged into an extension, and the vacuum cleaner plug and the extension it was plugged into were inside the box.

A pipe ran from the vacuum cleaner hose to the 'box' and inside it; the air had been sucked out of the box, trapping the man's hand around the plug and preventing him disengaging it.

So he could plug it in from inside the box, but couldn't unplug it.

His other problem was the speed with which the air was removed from the box by the vacuum cleaner. The doctor and his friends made guesses about how long it would take, ranging from a minute to two or three or so. They were all wrong; it worked in seconds. No more than a minute anyway.

When the air was sucked out of the box the plastic sheeting became fitted tightly to the man's body, compressing his chest and asphyxiating him. He couldn't stop the motor and was immediately unconscious and then dead very soon afterwards.

The design was detailed on an internet site which he'd been looking at. He'd built it himself and stowed it in the loft. When the family went out shopping he'd taken in down and assembled it.

Why had he made this box? The idea was to enjoy the feeling of compression, presumably in a sexual way, although as the man was dressed this was probably a rehearsal. He seems to have been killed the first time he tried it out.

The website was named in the article but was soon taken down. Of course I checked right away! No sign.
I had a mate phone me on bookface a couple of hours ago. He's only in his mid 30's but uses viagra. He called me to ask if I knew whether a doctor would prescribe him viagra and I had to tell him I haven't got a clue. He told me he was only asking me because I'm ex NHS but viagra didn't exist to the best of my knowledge in 2000?.

Either way, he started dating a 20 year old woman earlier this year, she's sexually enthusiastic he tells me to put it politely and it sounds like he's having trouble 'keeping it up'. I'm not in a position to give him any advice on this, he's admitted he got a load of black market viagra from some old fella who's prescribed it and he's now run out. I've told him to speak to his doctor instead of me and suggest perhaps he's become dependent on the stuff but only his doctor would be able to judge that.

I'm sure that some of you reading will be thinking 'oh yeah? .. one of your mates huh?' but honestly, it is! :chuckle:.
 

Erinaceus

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You can see this in action with those clothes storage plastic bags which have a valve to enable a vacuum cleaner to extract all the air so it takes up less space.
Unfortunately the ones I've got are a bit crap and the air leaks back in after a short time.
 
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