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On The Recurrence Of Forced Sex Thematics In Roman Crucifixion Art And Literature

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Apostate

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The lovely and expert fellatio woman Mona Wales, with very little effort of the imagination this could be turned into a great crucifixion scene.

Once more, gosh yes. :babeando:

If you find any more of her like this, do feel free to post them here or over here:

 

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And Bartnel’s Inferno!


Excessive thanks, Migoz!
 

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Markus has been revisiting the theme lately. :babeando: :very_hot:

 

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A new snapshot from Crumera's time travels and yes, I do envy the heck out of him for his working time machine. ;) :babeando:
 

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Which one would you go for first? It’s only a copper to bribe the guards.

The one on the right bears a familial resemblance to she who relieved me of my virginity, so yeah, she’s first :rolleyes: :babeando:
 

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John Delves Richardson aka Madbob has been doing a dungeons and torture thread since '17


and now has begun to try his hand at crux


with JESUS CHRIST ON A BIKE!!! promising results. :eek: :babeando::very_hot::clapping:
 

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willowfall

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One thing that has always fascinated me is the prevalence of armor in scenes in our fantasies. Naked men wearing helmets raping women, Crucifixion, dungeon torture scenes etc, etc, etc (as Yul Brynner says in the "The King and I")

The reason I find this fascinating is anybody who has worn armor (I have) would know that it just isn't conducive (or comfortable) to such activities and gets hot as hell the longer you wear it. And historically you find armies marching, building, in camp not wearing their armor. The only time it was put on was during 'official' military activity (such as guard duty) or in the face of the enemy.

I guess, for me, the farther a scene gets from 'realism' the less interesting I find it, no matter how talented the artist.

So I kind of wonder why it is so prevalent? Is it fantasy or lack of knowledge?

But to each their own.

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Willow, I believe for many, that is to say "me," crucifixion fantasies are associated with Ancient Rome, and legionaries in armor are a visual shorthand for that period.

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Whereas most crucifixions were civilian affairs

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and kink-wise both work for me. ;) :babeando:
 

willowfall

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Willow, I believe for many, that is to say "me," crucifixion fantasies are associated with Ancient Rome, and legionaries in armor are a visual shorthand for that period.

I guess I understand that. I'm just so into history when I see certain clothing and even some cases color (red in the case of Republican and Early\Mid Empire Legionaries) that it just automatically clicks in my mind.

And you are right not only were most were crucifixions civilian affairs but when carried out by 'local' military forces it was rarely the Legions (who were usually far away). It was almost always the auxiliaries who functioned as the local security force.

kisses

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Not strictly on topic, three Yusebby examples of crucifixion as an everyday occurrence, carried out by ordinary working stiffs, a scenario I find counterintuitively erotic. :rolleyes: :babeando:
 

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A new one from Crumera. I let him know that I’d prefer the background couple were the centerpiece, but I bow to the artists's preferences. ;) :babeando:
 

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O, to be the bird, whose eye view this is. ;) :babeando:
 

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I recently came across some of Mp5stab's early drawings, and was pleased to find one that suits this thread quite nicely. :eek: :babeando:
 

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poem21045

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O, to be the bird, whose eye view this is. ;) :babeando:

Photo was obviously shot by an ancient Roman drone. . .

. . .shown here on its next military assignment for the Roman legions.

 

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Jucundus has come up with a the kind of imagery to which this thread is dedicated. :eeek: :babeando:

 

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