Author Topic: What is the actual use of gags?  (Read 4931 times)

Offline RDTabc

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Re: What is the actual use of gags?
« Reply #15 on: August 08, 2021, 08:40:25 AM »
Having been gagged for an hour recently whilst subject to electrical an manual stimulation I can see their use, having agreed to the scene it prevented me influencing what went on, I could make noises but make no input. A most interesting experience I can not wait to repeat. Roles were then swapped and it was my turn on top.

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Offline CD Tammy

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Re: What is the actual use of gags?
« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2021, 10:31:32 AM »
The gag takes away the submissive’s ability to communicate intelligibly.  It adds to the helplessness of the situation.  If I am a submissive, I find a good gag keeps me from trying to top from the bottom.  In self bondage, I use the gag to add to the discomfort and to keep me from using technology.  When gagged I cannot ask Alexa for the time.  I also have Alexa perform tasks that aid in an early escape such as turning on lights or turning off the outlet that controls the magnet lock securing me. 

 

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