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In my view, there was no need for the "warning" in your post. Maybe a smaller one sticking in her pussy next time? Here you have a hot babe in a sexy outfit, with superhuman powers--and she's a pure do-gooder! A villain with extra strong restraints and some GIMP tendencies subdues her, humiliates and tortures her, and then totally breaks her will, perhaps with a phallic rocket up her snatch :-) I guess for me, a superheroine in bondage symbolizes a victory for perverts over prudes.

Trust me, trying to understand why some people are so hellbent on dictating moral codes of conduct for everyone else in society is a regular discussion topic around here, and with good reason. I fucking love Superheroines in peril, and I like your work. She represents the ultimate female, with brains, brawn and looks. And that adds a nice element to my GIMP fantasies."My VERY first bondage visual that started the whole thing was in fact Yvonne Craig as Batgirl - BUT tied up and gagged as 'Barbara Gordon'" Oh yeah! And I would love to do many things to Barbara Gordon. When I say, "Why don't you take those glasses off now," they come right off, if they are not already. Superheroine bondage is like all other bondage to me - it's the scenario and the victim that determines whether I enjoy it or not. Every human who has ever lived has been simply that - just human, All Too Human, shitting, spitting, biological beasts, just like monkeys but with better tools :-) In fact, it's the opposite for me - it's the HUMAN in the supernatural that appeals to me.

Anyone else seen the previews for Grindhouse and know that Rodriguez and Tarintino got it VERY wrong.

From watching TV, you'd think there were rapists and pedophiles hiding in every bush in America. That's why true crime books, which are every bit as cruel and smutty as any porn, aren't controversial in the way that porn is. The idea of a good-hearted peace corps cutie getting abducted into a life of sexual slavery really gets the trousers to tighten. I loved Bat Girl, too - my favorite scene was when she was in her costume, hands tied behind her back, and dunked into a vat of chocolate pudding.

This smutty-mindedness suggests first of all that people really are fascinated by sexual violence (no matter what they claim), but they can't just admit it. But Bat Girl wasn't some gross charicature (spelling?

Instead they have to use this fascination to help them prove to themselves that they are "normal". ) The actress who played her had a great body, a very human body, which her costume only accentuated.

It was like that pretty girl I saw at the concert wearing spandex. The victims appear to be distorted humans, instead of highlighted normal people.

The grindhouse roughies weren't about the Empowerment of Women. I guess this means I'll have to pay special attention to Natasha's lecture at the inaugural GIMPers convention.

I just hope that when Lisa addresses the crowd, she doesn't tell everyone (like William Shatner on Saturday Night Live) to "Get a life." Sadly, I think you're right about Grindhouse.Why are some (but not all) feminists such absurd prudes when it comes to aggressive sexual feelings directed at women? Hi gang -- Superheroine bondage serves no purpose for me. For me, a woman has to be subservient and damsel to appeal to me.Because they are trying to define sexual normalcy as a feminine-positive, politically correct thing. It fits in there somewhere between the female bodybuilder on steroids and the Russian powerlifter. GIMP POLL: Superheroine Bondage: Do you like it, love it, or are you lukewarm about it? I like it only in the sense that it's just another good possibility for a bondage scene.I can't say that I completely follow the Foucault arguments you have described (maybe I should read the books myself), but I do find them interesting. I guess those tits and hot irons will have to wait. Forget that shit about "Guys Don't Make Passes At Girls Who Wear Glasses." We make passes at them, we take their clothes off, and we **** them, too! At the moment, I would do anything to get hold of the Ballista films to see Lisa in merciless peril, but having only seen the stills, I can say outright that they certainly work for me. I think there's some weird arrested development thing at play too. Cartoon bondage where the girl looks more realistic is more appealing - think of the Japanese girls in the tentacle bondage. Superheroes - think Wonder Woman, for example - look totally fake.These days, of course, the moral crusaders tend to fall back on the same argument over and over again to defend their actions -- they do it all to "protect the children." It's a pretty lame argument, and makes you think many of the so-called "normal" people haven't taken the time that we "deviants" have to stop and seriously think about morality issues. it's nubile girls being subjected to sexualized violence. I guess I don't really have anything original to say about that combination. I like them to keep their glasses on, and they usually prefer it. On the other hand, there is always the risk that the superhero is TOO strong and it's a setup for her to escape her fate. I think that there's something about a really pure, good girl getting put through the ringer that really does it for me, and superheroine fantasies really push those buttons. The first chicks in bondage I saw were in comic books and cartoons, so that kind of fantasy scenario really pulls the trigger. I guess if I grown up watching Zorro I'd have a thing for Mexican women being abducted by evil land barons. But have you ever seen a real young woman with a gorgeous body in spandex? But those rare times in your life when you actually run across a girl's body which meets your idea of perfection, it's just breathtaking.This looks like real entertainment, what we all like to see, a film that celebrates the Victimization of Women! Just adding my birthday congratulations to Ralphus and the board. I know this was brought up before, but what exactly is the appeal of seeing women in costumes...presumably women with special powers...being put in dangerous situations? Maybe I just outgrew the idea of fantasy films involving fantasy characters.