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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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.
Hybristophilia is a paraphilia in which sexual arousal, facilitation, and attainment of orgasm are responsive to and contingent upon being with a partner known to have committed an outrage, cheating, lying, known infidelities, or crime—such as rape, murder, or armed robbery. The term is derived from the Greek word ὑβρίζειν hubrizein, meaning "to commit an outrage against someone" (ultimately derived from ὕβρις hubris "hubris"), and philo, meaning "having a strong affinity/preference for". In popular culture, this phenomenon is also known as "Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome".
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.
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).
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He dies from auto-erotic asphyxiation. The movie is later dedicated in memory of him. Wanda Pierce (voiced by Lisa Kudrow) is an owl who is BoJack's girlfriend in Season 2. She meets Bojack after reviving from a thirty-year coma. Bojack dates her because she has no idea who he is amidst his post-novel fame. She is a television executive and produces “Hollywoo Stars and Celebrities: What Do They Know? Do They Know Things? Let’s Find Out.” Wanda and Bojack broke up because she doesn't want to date Bojack due to his bitterness. She was promoted immediately on coming out of the coma as "no one else had worked there that long."
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.
The "lemon" referenced in the opening line of "The King is Dead" ("The knife or the rope or the lemon, this brain and I") represents autoerotic asphyxiation. It refers to the practice of masturbating with a noose around your neck, with a lemon slice in your mouth to wake you up when you pass out; a safety measure. The song also features the first guitar solo to appear in a song by A Wilhelm Scream. A Wilhelm Scream sought to expand their sound on the album while being tighter and more focused than they were on their debut album Mute Print.
Necrophilia has been a topic in popular culture.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to BDSM:
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Morty and Jessica catch him engaging in autoerotic asphyxiation in a closet in the garage. He was at one point in a band with Rick and Birdperson. When the Galactic Federation infiltrates Birdperson's wedding in the season 2 finale episode "The Wedding Squanchers", he reveals that one of his teeth contains a liquid which transforms him into a hulking behemoth. Justin Roiland combined his name with the company Nintendo to form the name for his Virtual Reality studio, "Squanchtendo". Abradolf Lincler (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) – A being created by Rick. He has the DNA of both Abraham Lincoln and Adolf Hitler, which was intended to make him "a morally neutral super-leader".
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Christine lures Jacob to her room, where she confesses to talking Frederic into trying out autoerotic asphyxiation and pushing him to death to divert everybody’s attention so she could escape. She blackmails Jacob into dancing with her, during which she attempts to stab him with a pair of scissors but is overpowered by him. In a display of her masochistic tendencies, she professes her love for him and claims she wanted to provoke Jacob into beating her up. Jacob later finds Elwood dead in bed. An argument between Dr. and Mrs. Sherman — whose real identity is Lynn Adams — reveals that it was she who had murdered Elwood, and that the children will all die that night.
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 26-year-old laboratory technician who had been working in the building when Le disappeared. The previous day he had been taken into custody after police had obtained a warrant to collect DNA samples from him; he had been 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.
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Eugene Ejike Obiora (February 25, 1958 – September 7, 2006) was a naturalized Norwegian citizen, originally from Nigeria. The first-born of 10 siblings, he had lived in Norway for more than 20 years.
Heavy breath may refer to:
Many of the songs dealt with various forms of sex, including The Law ("sex with a policewoman"), Supermuffdiver (oral sex) and Asthmatic (auto-erotic asphyxiation). Whether is "anti-machismo", "anti-lad culture" and "about feeling comfortable in expressing yourself". Smoulder and Suffocate explored relationships filled with despair, fear and desire. The album received mixed reviews, the Southern Reporter commenting "how can you quibble at a band who expend more energy in 40 minutes than Pink Floyd did in a career? What's more it's not wasted effort". The NME's review was mixed, Steven Wells stating that "to send King Adora over the top with a record like this would be tantamount to murder".
The Legend of Neil is a comedy web series distributed by Comedy Central's partner Atom.com and is a parody of the Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda. Sandeep Parikh of The Guild fame directs the series. Tony Janning writes for the series, and acts as the title character Neil. Felicia Day and Mike Rose, who have worked with Parikh on the set of The Guild, appear as recurring characters.
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Biastophilia (from Greek biastes, "rapist" + -philia) and its Latin-derived counterpart raptophilia (from Latin rapere, "to seize"), also paraphilic rape, is a paraphilia in which sexual arousal is dependent on, or is responsive to, the act of assaulting an unconsenting person, especially a stranger. Some dictionaries consider the terms synonymous, while others distinguish raptophilia as the paraphilia in which sexual arousal is responsive to actually raping the victim.
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Nicola Furlong (born 17 December 1990 Wexford, Ireland; died 24 May 2012 Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, Japan) was an Irish female exchange student murdered in Japan.
. * Core77 – Three part interview * Sruli Recht Homepage Carradina: An auto-erotic asphyxiation belt made from the skin of an Atlantic white-sided dolphin, provided with a hook to place on a door or handle. Stone Blind: A pair of frames with white hand-cut Carrara marble lenses, intended for the visually impaired. A Lasting Impression: Gloves made from the skin of a Basking Shark with the barbs on the inside of the glove. Due to the direction of the barbs, once the glove is put on the wearer can not remove them again unless they cut the gloves off.