Ero guro, is an artistic genre that puts its focus on eroticism, sexual corruption, and decadence. As a term, it is used to denote something that is both erotic and grotesque.
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Cedar RapidsCedar Rapids'' (film)
In his position as an insurance agent, he is sent to represent his company, Brownstar Insurance, at a regional conference in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, as a replacement for his co-worker, Roger Lemke, who died in an auto-erotic asphyxiation accident. Tim idolized Roger, believing that his death was merely an unfortunate accident, and that he embodied all it was to be a moral Christian, the key criterion used to judge the winner of the coveted "Two Diamonds" award, which Roger had won three years in a row. Tim's boss, Bill, pressures him to win again to ensure they keep the company afloat.
Bad GirlBad Girl" (Avril Lavigne song)
A nu metal and pop song with industrial rock, glam rock, and 1970s punk rock elements, "Bad Girl" is about BDSM and erotic asphyxiation. Critics felt it was a departure from Lavigne's previous work. Upon its release, "Bad Girl" received mostly positive reviews; some critics complimented its energy while others found it nightmarish or disgusting. The song charted at 58 on the South Korean's Gaon Chart and at number 88 on Billboards Canadian Hot 100. Lavigne performed "Bad Girl" during The Avril Lavigne Tour. When she was 18 years old, Avril Lavigne met American singer Marilyn Manson at one of his concerts, and eventually they became friends.
Ai No CorridaAi no korîdaAi no Korīda / L'Empire des Sens
In the Realm of the Senses (L'Empire des sens, Japanese: 愛のコリーダ, Ai no korīda, "Corrida of Love") is a 1976 French-Japanese art film written and directed by Nagisa Oshima. It is a fictionalised and sexually explicit treatment of an incident from 1930s Japan, that of Sada Abe. It generated great controversy during its release; while intended for mainstream wide release, it contains scenes of unsimulated sexual activity between the actors (Tatsuya Fuji and Eiko Matsuda, among others).
Oz Almog is an Israeli artist and author who was born on 15 April 1956, in Kfar Saba, Israel.
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These include erotic asphyxiation and self-bondage. The potential for injury or even death that exists while engaging in the partnered versions of these fetishes (choking and bondage, respectively) becomes drastically increased in the autoerotic case due to the isolation and lack of assistance in the event of a problem. Sexual activity can be consensual, which means that both or all participants agree to take part and are of the age that they can consent, or it may take place under force or duress, which is often called sexual assault or rape.
Uncle David is a 2010 British black comedy film directed by David Hoyle, Gary Reich, and Mike Nicholls. It was produced by Reich and stars Hoyle, an English performance artist, in the titular role alongside English pornographic actor Ashley Ryder. Developed collectively under the banner of the Avant-Garde Alliance, it was filmed in October 2009. Created without a script, every scene was improvised and filmed in a single take.
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Pepper spray has been associated with positional asphyxiation of individuals in police custody. There is much debate over the actual "cause" of death in these cases. There have been few controlled clinical studies of the human health effects of pepper spray marketed for police use, and those studies are contradictory. Some studies have found no harmful effects beyond the effects described above. Direct close-range spray can cause more serious eye irritation by attacking the cornea with a concentrated stream of liquid (the so-called "hydraulic needle" effect). Some brands have addressed this problem by means of an elliptically cone-shaped spray pattern.
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One night Diana chokes Jill during sex to achieve erotic asphyxiation. Later Diana asks her if she enjoyed it. Jill says she cannot remember. Jill meets Bill who tells her that Mickey "broke" him and made him write filth. He says he has evidence connected to the case and will come to Jill's house with it. On his way to her house, Bill's car explodes and he dies. Jill tells Diana that Bill had told her about some "evil" poems Mickey had written. Diana says they must track them down. Jill begins to wonder who else was in Mickey's life and asks Diana if Mickey ever wrote poems for her. Diana says she does not know, but that Mickey was straight, that other women were just competition to her.
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The hogtie position places pressure on the abdomen of the tied person, which may created difficulty in breathing known as postural asphyxia. Care should be taken to ensure the person being bound can breathe easily throughout all stages of play. This is particularly important if gags, collars or rope are used to create a more stringent tie. This risk is in addition to the normal risks of physical restraint and BDSM play. The submissive's wrists are tied to the ankles, and the elbows attached to the knees. It is restrictive, allowing only the opening and closing of the legs and some rolling. A shrimp tie (also known as an ebi or a kuri is a type of Kinbaku bondage.
Michael Louden, 40, American actor, autoerotic asphyxiation. Moe Norman, 75, Canadian PGA and Canadian Tour golfer, congestive heart failure. James O. Page, 68, American former chief of Emergency Medical Services and founder of modern emergency medical response, heart attack. Caroline Pratt, 42, British equestrian eventer, killed during a race. Bruce Armstrong, 60, Australian football player. Gerald Merrithew, 73, Canadian politician and former federal cabinet minister, cancer. Alessio Perilli, 20, Italian motoracer, killed during a race. Gerard Piel, 89, American science writer and editor (Scientific American). Steve Wayne, 84, American actor.
Cheryl “Carol” “Cristal” “Cherlene” Tunt is a fictional character from the American animated comedy Archer, which aired on the basic cable network FX from 2009 to 2017 and currently broadcast on sister network FXX. Created by Adam Reed as one of the show's original supporting characters, Cheryl is played by Judy Greer. Greer auditioned for the role because of her desire to break into voice acting, after previous efforts had failed. For Archer Vice, the comedy's fifth season, Jessy Lynn Martens provided the character's singing voice. Cheryl made her debut in Archer first episode, "Mole Hunt", on September 17, 2009.
After entering his home, they discover that he has hung himself in an autoerotic asphyxiation. Attempting to save his life, they take him to the hospital, where they discover that he is in a coma. Quagmire's sister, Brenda comes to visit him at the hospital, and she manages to wake up her brother. Brenda also brings along Jeffery Fecalman, her obnoxious, aggressive and abusive boyfriend, who harasses her throughout the night much to the fury and concern of Quagmire and his neighbors. After a horrible night, Quagmire approaches Lois about talking to Brenda about leaving Jeff.
He also performs autoerotic asphyxiation, and enjoys collecting children's tears with sterile swabs and flavoring his martinis with them. At one point he befriends Idi Amin, with whom he claims to have re-enacted the crucifixion of Jesus by nailing a migrant worker to a cross. Publicly, he claims to be a born-again Christian, and operates a Christian camp for underprivileged children—whom he molests. As a teenager, Mason raped his twin sister, Margot, who went into therapy with Lecter to deal with the trauma. Lecter suggested that it would be cathartic for her to kill her brother.
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This technique is very similar to one of the four forbidden techniques in Judo, the Do-Jime or Trunk hold. The main characteristic of the Body Triangle that distinguishes it from hooks is the commitment to the position, i.e. once executed the position is difficult to escape; however, it also severely limits the offensive options of the practitioner employing it. Execution is achieved by first crossing the ankles, grasping the heel of one foot and pulling that foot into the opposite knee, this creates the signature “4” shape for which the figure-four gets its name.
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The subject has been treated in two books, Autoerotic Fatalities by Hazelwood et al. (1983) and Autoerotic Asphyxiation: Forensic, Medical, and Social Aspects by Sheleg et al. (2006). * *Death during consensual sex * Peter Anthony Motteux (d. February 18, 1718). Frantisek Kotzwara (d. September 2, 1791). Kichizo Ishida (d. May 18, 1936). Albert Dekker (d. May 5, 1968). Vaughn Bodē (d. July 18, 1975). Stephen Milligan (d. February 7, 1994). Kevin Gilbert (d. May 18, 1996). David Carradine (d. June 3, 2009). An Objective Overview of Autoerotic Fatalities.
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This glossary of BDSM (bondage, discipline, domination, submission, sadism, masochism) terms defines terms commonly used in the BDSM community.
An autopsy by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) stated that Johnson had died from positional asphyxia, and the case was ruled an accidental death by the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office. They hypothesized that Johnson had fallen into the mat while looking for a shoe and died after being unable to get out. Three students told investigators that it was common for some students to store their shoes behind or under the rolled up mats. Johnson was not wearing shoes when he was found. A student at the school said that he shared a pair of Adidas shoes with Johnson, and that after gym class Johnson would always "go to the mats, jump up and toss the shoes inside the middle of the hole." Lt.
The Connecticut medical examiner's autopsy found that Le's death was due to "traumatic asphyxia due to neck compression". On September 17 police arrested Raymond Clark, a 24-year-old laboratory technician who had been working in the building when Le disappeared. The previous day he was taken into custody after police obtained a warrant to collect DNA samples from him; he was released after providing a sample. Memorials were held in Huntington, New York and California, and the funeral was broadcast live on the Internet. The Yale community also publicly mourned Le's death.
R. v. J.A.
R v JA is a criminal law decision of the Supreme Court of Canada regarding consent in cases of sexual assaults. The court found that a person can only consent to sexual activity if they are conscious throughout that activity. If a person becomes unconscious during the sexual activity, then they legally cannot consent, whether or not they consented earlier. In addition to the two parties (J.A. and the Attorney General of Ontario), the Court heard from two interveners: the Attorney General of Canada and the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).
The theme of erotic asphyxiation was described for the first time on television. After a viewer "died trying the same technique", the show was never rebroadcast and would be omitted from the syndicated reruns of the popular series . In 2007, Paramount Home Video would release a set of DVDs packaged as "Hawaii Five-O: The Second Season", purposely omitting the word "complete"; and in 2013, the set of Blu-Ray discs for Season 2 would come with the disclaimer that the 1970 episode "has not been re-broadcast or released in any manner since its original airing and is not included in this collection" because of "viewer reaction following the original telecast.".
Erotic asphyxiation. Facesitting. Fisting. Censorship in the United Kingdom. Digital Economy Act 2017. Operation Spanner. Pornography in the United Kingdom. Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008. Scott, Catherine (2015). "Banning Cheek to Cheek: Are the U.K.'s new porn laws anti-woman?", Bitch. Spring 2015. Scott, Catherine (2015). "Banning Cheek to Cheek: Are the U.K.'s new porn laws anti-woman?", Bitch. Spring 2015. Scott, Catherine (2015). "Banning Cheek to Cheek: Are the U.K.'s new porn laws anti-woman?", Bitch. Spring 2015. Scott, Catherine (2015). "Banning Cheek to Cheek: Are the U.K.'s new porn laws anti-woman?", Bitch. Spring 2015. Scott, Catherine (2015).
In a few rare cases, hog-tied persons lying on their stomachs have died from positional asphyxia, making the practice highly controversial, and leading to its being severely restricted, or even completely banned, in many localities. Legcuffs are also used when transporting prisoners outside of a secure area to prevent attempts to escape. When being placed in standard legcuffs, the prisoner will still have the possibility to manage normal steps and can therefore walk independently, but is prevented from running. When the connecting chain between the legcuffs is shortened, the prisoner will have even difficulties to walk so that the flight risk is further minimzed.
List of BDSM topics
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to BDSM:
July 18: Vaughn Bodé, American comics artist (Cheech Wizard, Cobalt 60), dies of autoerotic asphyxiation at age 33. August 5: Bob Karp, American comics writer (The Donald Duck newspaper comic), dies at age 64. August 17: René Bastard, French comics artist (Yves Le Loup), dies at age 74. November 1: Mel Graff, American comics artist (The Adventures of Patsy, assisted on Secret Agent X-9, continued Wash Tubbs and Captain Easy), dies at age 67 or 68. November 5: Sigurd Lybeck, Norwegian writer and comics writer (Jens von Bustenskjold), dies at age 80. December 13: John Millar Watt, British comics artist (Pop), dies at age 80.