Deluxe pink rubber ball gag with leather straps and O-rings
Make a statement without saying a word with this leather and deluxe paint free hygienic pink rubber ball gag plus beguiling super strong red nylon stitching finally. Refined with leather side straps, metal O-ring side connects, rubber sphere shape ball with leather strap passing through its diameter, and adjustable metal snap closures to ensure a snug fit (100% Leather. 100% quality Rubber). The ball should be strapped into the mouth behind the teeth, with the straps going around the head to secure it in place. It is advisable to test the ball gag before using it for a prolonged period. As it might feel relatively comfortable for the first few minutes, but it can eventually make the jaw very sore. A ball gags purpose is more of humiliation rather than silence; the wearer can still be heard, but it renders their speech completely unintelligible, distorts their facial features, and, should the wearer attempt to talk, excessive drooling will result. Drooling can also be induced by pulling the gagged person's lip for a minute. Once drooling starts, it is almost impossible to stop. Some people use this as a way of emphasizing that they are in control of the bound person. A gag is sometimes used in consensual BDSM play as a common prop for added erotica. Placing a gag on anybody is very risky, as it involves a substantial risk of asphyxia if the subject's nose is blocked while wearing a gag and for this reason, a gagged subject should never be left alone. This restraint gear is designed to fit the BDSM lifestyle needs of both amateurs and professionals. It pairs magnificently with any number of leather wrist restraints or arm binders. This style is perfect for the stage (theater, film, and television), life style events, monthly play parties, fetish events and adult alternative lifestyle gatherings.

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Monday 16 October, 2017