Kinky hose dive-sex: The other day I was with an escort trainee who confided in me during an intimate moment before a school dive while he was helping me on with my SCUBA set – a Mistral twin-hose reg - that he is deeply addicted to ‘corrugated rubber hose sex’. A corrugated hose fetish can be a prominent part of dive-sex if the couple (or particularly the woman) is wearing twin hose regulators as we were. Of course you don’t have to dive to have corrugated rubber hose sex. Any arrangement with gasmask canister extensions of corrugated rubber hose can work, but it depends on the guy (this sort of fetish is almost exclusively male) as to exactly what hose arrangement turns him on. At Fasteners, our casino’s bondage boutique, they sell corrugated rubber hose by the foot for hose fetishists, but it comes with a warning if anyone buys more than a 4 foot length. That’s because if the hose isn’t being used with flowing air from a pump or fan to keep it clear CO2 from the user’s breath can build up in the hose and the user can become ill or suffocate from lack of oxygen. My trainee partner who has the corrugated rubber hose fetish was absolutely fascinated by the movement of my hoses while he was drilling me in a modified missionary. The hose on my right feeds the air from the demand valve and the hose on my left is for the exhaled gas so they alternate, the right rising when I inhale and the left rising when I exhale so it appears that I have a set of wings that are slowly flapping. Even with my armored hoses – they have a fine titanium mesh just under the outer layer to lessen the chance of having a hose cut – the change in buoyancy is enough that they still float up and down which fascinated my partner and I think helped him give me a spectacularly erotic experience.
Breathe play and corrugated rubber hoses: Where I’ve seen corrugated rubber hoses used a lot is in breath play with converted government surplus oxygen masks that cover only the lower face, but they don’t seal too well. However, they do seal well enough to sicken or asphyxiate the wearer from CO2 if s/he is using a long hose even if the end is open. Another use is for the helmet oxygen connection for protective suits in bio-hazard labs. When the air supply fails there the wearer has about five minutes to get the air flowing again or get back through the airlock into a safe environment to open the suit to breathe. I think an erotic feature of corrugated rubber hoses is that they can be easily compressed to limit the wearer’s air and they can also be easily cut or punctured so a woman breathing through corrugated rubber during a BDSM encounter can have her air hoses easily damaged. That can be a major turn-on for both a sadistic partner and a female masochist with a serious breath play fetish.
Our Holiday Military hospital tour: A reader asked what pieces we dance and the costumes we wear during our shows. We dance classical idiom but modern pieces like William Forsythe’s ‘In the Middle Somewhat Elevated’. That sort of piece can be easily done with a recorded score and the difference is hardly noticeable. It's sexy with minimal costumes so it's just the thing for a morale booster! As far as costumes are concerned usually the piece calls for a unitard but I danced in a thong bikini. That is a bit risky because in the lifts when my partner holds me his grip is just skin-on-sweaty skin (even though he has chalk on his hands) rather than him getting a firm grip on the material of my unitard. So the risk of getting dropped is greater, but I think it’s worth it for the effect it has, especially when I open my legs in a split toward the audience while being held over my partner's head. I wear a cleft headed Penetrator plug so it looks as though I’m showing camel-toe, but I’m well covered during the performance, in case anyone wanted to question the decency of the show afterward. The guys go wild, the women slightly less so, but there may be a bit of envy there.
Bi-Chick Actress is preggers: The A-List actress who Robin was baby-dancing with a few weeks before Christmas is pregnant! So far so good! If she doesn’t miscarry for a few weeks they want to wait until her breasts begin to change and she gets morning sickness before they start filming. [For more about her see my post for December, 5, 2009 ‘Hollywood and bi-sexual actresses’]
Happy New Year to all my friends and readers!