Damsels and other sexyness
superbounduniverse:

Superbound rating: 9.25

Just look at her eyes when the tape is applied. They pretty much tell the story.

superbounduniverse:

Superbound rating: 9.25

Just look at her eyes when the tape is applied. They pretty much tell the story.

popularbondage:

Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series, 1996-2007 UK)
Episode 34: “Dead Meat” (6-7 February 2005 UK)

One of last week’s new releases I didn’t get to was season 9 of Dalziel and Pascoe. I know absolutely nothing about the show other than the fact that it’s a British crime drama, and that’s all I needed to know to figure it probably had some great bondage in it. And, sure enough, in this episode a zookeeper finds herself bound and gagged when she learns too much about criminal activities of her coworkers. And in a zoo cage, no less! (There’s also a pretty lengthy scene of her initially getting tied up that you get a hint of in the first frame here, but it’s really poorly lit and the camera angles are kind of weird. Still, it’s a lot more satisfying in full motion, as being tied up often is!)

popularbondage:

Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (Film, 1990)

In this last set, we get a change of scenery, a couple changes of clothes, and a change of heart from our leading lady, as we see her gagging herself and allowing herself to be tied up. Ahh, romance.

popularbondage:

Homeland (TV Series, 2011-present)
Episode 22: “Broken Hearts” (2 December 2012)

Well! It’s about time I got back to those new releases from Tuesday that I promised I’d get back to, so in honor of season 3 of Homeland, here’s some bondage that’s actually from season 2, but I’m sure you won’t mind given the quality. This is a pretty great scene, including a sequence where the terrorist holding this lady hostage comes back and discovers her bent over the pipe in the process of moving toward something she can use to free herself. He then roughly forces her back into a sitting position, ignoring her gagged protests, and zip-ties her ankles to avoid any further shenanigans. (Unfortunately, that last bit with the zip ties around her legs was way too dimly lit to get a good image, but you get the idea.)

popularbondage:

The Blacklist (TV Series, 2013-present)
Episode 4: “The Stewmaker (No. 161)” (14 October 2013)

Also released this week was season 1 of Blacklist, so here’s an FBI agent getting kidnapped (in the 90s we called this the Agent Scully Special). We first see her being dragged into an Obligatory Kidnap Van with a hood over her head, and later see her blindfolded and gagged in the trunk of a hatchback (a much more economical choice for kidnappers on a budget; better gas mileage). Later, we see her bound to a wheelchair, blindfolded but not gagged.

popularbondage:

Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (Film, 1990)

One thing I want to point out in this next batch is that Banderas handcuffs her and ties her wrists with rope. Leaving nothing to chance, I guess!

popularbondage:

Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (Film, 1990)

This film that basically propelled Antonio Banderas into stardom outside of Spain got a Criterion Edition re-release yesterday. As you can see, this film is a target-rich environment for our interests, and there’s plenty more where that came from because the heroine actually spends a good portion of the film bound and gagged with plenty of scenes depicting her in the process of being bound, gagged, or both.

Shailene Woodley: Rehearsal, Right?

She’s a great actress. You’d almost believe she’s being kidnapped

graybandanna:

Scarf tied over her mouth always makes for a good looking gag

hush-girl:

There are clever girls and then there are girls working on their PhD. 

hush-girl:

There are clever girls and then there are girls working on their PhD. 

P!nk, Sofia Vergara, and Kate Upton. Of these three, who in your opinion would look best in: 1. ropes and a big OTM gag with mouth packing, 2. scarf bindings and a thick cleave gag, 3. a straightjacket, duct tape ankle bonds, and a wraparound duct tape gag?

1. Kate Upton

2. Sofia Vergara

3. P!nk…she’s practically perfect for that really.