She looks like JesusThe Name Game
I know we all like our crucified ladies' knees bent (the better to dance with, said the big bad wolf). But occasionally we have a rigging that mimics the traditional crucifix pose, to wit:
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The downside of this, of course, is that this position limits the dance, or struggle on the cross. There is sometimes an upside, however, as in Alex Bald's Crucifixion 16. Here the very attractive (IMHO) model does a great job struggling against her ropes. It actually seems very sexy to me, in a bondage kind of way, restriction being the hallmark of the bondage experience.
As for a name, I would simply call her Crucifixia. Any other name ideas out there?
(By the way, in perusing several dozen crucifix pics to write this post, I noticed that about 90% of crucifixes have ole' Jesus' head lolling to the side. And it's always looking to his right. Anyone know the reason? Is it because that's where the "good thief" was supposed to hang? The nuns didn't tell us about this!)
Instant hard-on time. If I was attending this crucifixion I'd be letting this bitch know exactly how a felt about her!Here's a snippet from the full video.
I like how Makar's models always have names. I know they're probably stage names, but what the heck, at least we can call them something. Alex Bald, on the other hand, never tells us his ladies' names. So I'm going to start naming them. This one I call Comely. Because she is.
I'll post some more clips, and I'll suggest a name for the lady in each. Maybe some of you can respond with your own name suggestions!
Another great hanging bitch. She keeps looking up at her nailed (in my mind) wrists. Can't believe she's crucified! Then she tries to move. Awesome. Good acting. Nice lean bod and bouncy tits.The Name Game
Tonight we have the young lady from Alex Bald's Crucifixion 19 (part 1).
She begins the video slowly, standing on her pretty toes and only emitting a few moans. But as things heat up, she starts her dance and seems rather uncomfortable in the down (hanging) position.
This gives rise to what sound like complaints, or possibly entreaties to be relieved of her situation. Because I don't speak Russian, I have no idea as to the content of her protestations. But I do have a name for her: Loquace (pronounced LOO-kas). It is French for talkative.
Let's hear some more name suggestions for this beauty! (And a good translation of what she says, if anyone can do that.)
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Yes! Glistening immobility. I don't think crucified women or men would be moving around frantically. Too painful. Quivering, shuddering, excruciating immobility is more likely, I'd say. Pushing up enough to breathe or deal with spasmodically contracting muscles.Certainly this lady's glistening, quivering immobility packs an astonishing erotic punch.
Can you send me this video please?Slip-Slidin' Away
I will end my foray into attractive young ladies sliding down crosses with this compendium of cruxes from various sources. In the first video, Pia from Erotic Hanging starts us out by crucifying herself, sliding in ecstasy. Then Inga, up to this point inexhaustible in Penalty Maids, gives in to the slide move. Go to my next post for the third video, a gal doin' the slide in her kitchen in an indie production. And finishing it off (quite literally, if we believe her acting) is the cutie from Alex Bald's Crucifixion 22, sliding to her final rest from the whip and the nails.
A good question, Poem, that nobody seems to have responded to. Actually, the images you're thinking of really only became the norm in the western church in the later middle ages, in the eastern churches, and the earlier west, Christ was portrayed looking straight ahead, in a triumphant posture on the Cross. But as you say, what became the familiar image of the suffering Christ does have his head tilted to the (his) right and his right knee bent, just as in images of the Judgement the saved are to the right, the damned to the left of God - the Saviour is looking towards the saved, away from the damned.(By the way, in perusing several dozen crucifix pics to write this post, I noticed that about 90% of crucifixes have ole' Jesus' head lolling to the side. And it's always looking to his right. Anyone know the reason? Is it because that's where the "good thief" was supposed to hang? The nuns didn't tell us about this!)
These video clips are absolutely great! But I guess you hardly need me to tell you this.The Name Game
Here's the miss from Crucifixion 10. At first, she just seems uncomfortable on her cross. Then her tormentor nails her hands and feet, and she struggles wildly for a few minutes. Toward the end --where we see her here-- the struggles give way to fits and starts, almost as if she's having convulsions. Then she succumbs to her torment and injuries.
So I call her Spasma.