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Bondage hood

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A bondage hood (also called a gimp mask or bondage mask) is a fetishistic[wp] hood[wp].[1][2] It may be made from rubber[wp], latex[wp], PVC[wp], spandex[wp], darlexx[wp] or leather[wp]. Full-faced hoods are typically used for the practice of head bondage, and to restrain and objectify[wp] the wearer through depersonalization,[3] disorientation and/or sensory deprivation.[2]

The use of bondage hoods can be hazardous if breathing is impeded.[2]

A submissive wearing a zentai and a full-faced leather bondage hood or "gimp mask" that features a ring attachment at the nose and barely visible nostril openings.

See also

References

  1. Taormino, Tristan (2012), 50 Shades of Kink: An Introduction to BDSM, ISBN 1-57344-940-7, in the section "Hoods"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Wiseman, Jay (1996), SM 101: A Realistic Introduction, pp. 154 and 155, ISBN 0-9639763-8-9
  3. Love, Brenda; Perry, Michael (1994). The Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices. Barricade Books. p. 41. ISBN 1-56980-011-1

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