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The Agony Component.

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melissa

Administrator
Staff member
I can see the original Agony Component and Agony Component II but you did do AG III. This is a puzzle. However there are lots of newbies who I am sure would love to see your old pics and comments. Speaking of comments we are discussing a set of rules in the staff section.
 

apostate630

Administrator
I first posted The Agony Component with this observation.

The whole point of crucifixion was that it HURT.

And there is a segment of folks into crux who are into the HURT, a pretty much unspeakable aspect of this kink. I know I'm into the HURT part.

I'm going to repost an entire file of The Agony Component. Starting now.

Old timers might be bored. Newbies might not be. Outsiders will be soil-their-britches appalled.

Here goes.
 

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helmut

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Staff member
I'm going to repost an entire file of The Agony Component. Starting now.

Old timers might be bored. Newbies might not be. Outsiders will be soil-their-britches appalled.

Here goes.[/quote]

Bored??? Never. Go for it. Then when you finished do favorite artists.
Helmut:D
 

apostate630

Administrator
In the story Adonia is nailed to her cross in a gorge-rising parody of how she once knelt before her friend and lover Sinon on the beach, and proceeded to suck and fuck the bejeezus out of him. Attached find that imagining.

Also a rough draft Chincy didn't want me to post, but it really, really needs posting.
 

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apostate630

Administrator
More from my Agony Component file.

The damn near indestructible Mila was one of Makar's early models; these pics are over ten years old. She's retired from the industry, and I wish her well.
 

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Fantasmo

Senator
Chincy's take on Adonia in her first few minutes on her cross. A scene from The Greek Girls.

He caught her agony and despair precisely.
Great. Any hint where his art is published?
 

Fantasmo

Senator
I don't know if he publishes anywhere. But I'll ask him.
If not, I would know a place where he sure would have an attentive audience (here) ;)
 

apostate630

Administrator
Helmut emailed me that I've reposted several pics. I've not yet received any summons from the Crux Police.

;-)

But I'll keep a better eye on what I post.

BTW, Connie, Innocent on the Cross is one of my favorites too. It dates back to the dawn of Crux art, over ten years old.
 
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