Thursday, May 4, 2017

Fantasy Kidnapping

In many BDSM scenes, the bottom pretends to be unwilling, a prisoner of war being interrogated, a spy being tortured, a hitchhiker who was abducted.

A pretense of force is a powerful way to give up control if you are a bottom, and to exert control if you are a top.  And in fact, in a hard scene, the bottom is testing himself, seeing how much pain and humiliation he can endure, so on some level he is "unwilling."

The website breederfuckers.com, previously straighthell com,  plays on the fantasy of force by portraying straight guys being kidnapped or tricked into a scene by one or two tops.  They are tied up.  They get some light BDSM.  They are humiliated.  And they are forced into sex.


The scenes vary:

A bridegroom is forced to top his best man.

A cop becomes a "living art" exhibit, with spectators permitted to flog him and use a dildo machine on him.

A soccer coach is forced to go down on the tops.

A hotel bell boy is forced to get topped by his manager.

Two thugs are forced to kiss and go down on each other.




The tops, usually Adrian and David, are rather craggy, sleazy, and unattractive, which adds to the realism of the scene.  They look like the sort of perv who really might kidnap straight guys -- although they do have the enormous penises and incredible staying power one expects from a porn performer.

The bottoms are regular British blokes, not models -- only occasionally do they have muscular physiques, handsome faces, or enormous penises -- which also adds to the realism of the scene.  Sometimes they are homophobic or abusive, and "deserve" what they get, but more often they just strike the fancy of the tops.



Their acting ability varies widely.  Sometimes they get into the role, displaying genuine-looking rage and fear, straining against the ropes, trying to escape. Sometimes they just sit there.

The problem is, how to impress upon the viewers -- and the British government -- that these scenes are fantasies, that the performers in fact agreed to them.  At first the website had a proviso: "if you can't tell the difference between reality and fantasy, seek professional help."

That apparently wasn't enough.  Then they began posting clips of initial interviews: the bottoms discussing their interest in the project, revealing that they were actually aspiring models or actors, "sexually adventurous," or interested in getting a rather large paycheck for two or three hours of work.

That apparently wasn't enough, either: what if you changed your mind halfway through the scene?  Granted, some of the scenes were short, just one 15-minute session instead of the usual 3-5, but did that mean that the bottom backed out, or that the tops found him unsuitable for another reason?

So they began posting interviews of the performer after the scene, along with provisos like "He was a complete professional and a pleasure to work with."

Now anyone can watch the interview and realize that the abduction is part of the fantasy.

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