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Slave Wich School | Lesson Orgasm Torture


It excites you, your orgasm of a beautiful Lady to ruin allow? Then THIS should be just the Right thing for you ;) I’m in a tight leather skirt and patent Pumps in front of you and kidnap you in MY KINGDOM - full of dominance, awe, and many of the perfidious ideas. Is played strictly according to my rules and preferences - you have assign you. Let’s just say, a small whip and a Paddle were also used, but mainly I will destroy you your perfect orgasm by my common weighting technique before you’re going to be locked up in your chastity belt! Do you dare?

SklavenWichsSchule | Lektion Orgasmusfolter

Reizt es dich, deinen Orgasmus von einer schönen Lady ruinieren zulassen? Dann sollte DAS HIER genau das Richtige für dich sein ;) Ich sitze in einem knappen Lederrock und Lack-Pumps vor dir und entführe dich in MEIN REICH - voller Dominanz, Ehrfurcht und vieler perfiden Ideen. Gespielt wird ausschließlich nach meinen Regeln und Vorlieben - du hast dich unterzuordnen. Sagen wir mal so, eine kleine Peitsche und ein Paddle kamen auch zum Einsatz, aber hauptsächlich zerstöre ich dir deinen perfekten Orgasmus durch meine gemeine Wichstechnik bevor du wieder in deinen Keuschheitsgürtel eingesperrt wirst! Traust du dich?


🌊🏊Sharks are nice!🏄

Since its summertime and people are gonna be hitting the beach to swim and/or surf, i decided to make this informative shark post.
In the media sharks are portrayed as mean bloodthirsty and vicious creatures. Such as in movies like “The Shallows” and “Jaws”. But are sharks really that vicious? The answer is no. No they are not. Sharks are really nice and sweet creatures. I am a surfer and have been bitten a couple of times by sharks but i still know the truth… sharks aren’t evil creatures.
You may be thinking “but you’ve been bitten by one! How can they not be evil!?” Well the answer to that my bro
is simple, its all a misunderstanding. You see, sharks dont have great eyesight. They are blind as fuck. So they rely on other senses to find food. They see the silhouette of us surfers on our boards and they see it from a below angle and they think we kind look like seals, their favourite meal (as seen in the pics above). So they take just a nibble to see what the fuck we are. Once they realize we aint a seal, they go away. Why? Sharks HATE the taste of human meat. We disgusting af to them. Thats why the majority of shark attacks are just sharks bitting once and then leaving. They just wanted to know what the fuck we are bro. Its a case of mistaken identity. A misunderstanding. Have there been shark attacks where the shark bites more than once? Yeah. But thats rare and it only happens if the shark is either
(1) feeling threatened or provoked.
(2) very hungry. Like, i mean STARVING.

Sharks just wanna eat but they dont wanna eat us. Its just a simple misunderstanding. As you can see in the photos above, people can swim with sharks and nothing happens. Its totally fine my dudes. So there you have it, sharks are homies, not hostile.


The Shallows-

The likelihood of being attacked by a shark is thought to be 1 in 11.5 million, and only 4 or 5 people in the entire world die each year from shark attacks.[1]. If you’re still nervous about meeting one of these ocean predators, check out these guidelines to help you further minimize the chances of an encounter-


ASYMMETRIC LOVE NUMBER 2 by Addie Wagenkneckt is about duality of function. It is a reflection of our current digital infrastructure, as the knowledge and ability to monitor others is defining the hieratic of power. ASYMMETRIC LOVE NUMBER 2 was intended to mimic an iconic baroque chandelier. It attempts to be perceived as something familiar in memory by the audience so that the details of the CCTV cameras recording them is overlooked. In that regard the surveillance is not perceived as a direct threat, which becomes the biggest threat of all.

Addie Wagenknecht is an American artist and researcher living in New York City and Austria. Her work deals primarily with pop culture, feminist theory, new media and open source software and hardware.


YURI PATTISONchelyabinsk eBay extrusions <three>, 2013
.925 silver, 316L stainless steel, titanium, .STL files

When the Chelyabinsk meteor entered Russia in 2013, Yuri Pattison watched as meteorite fragments were instantly commodified on eBay. Fascinated by the market, the perceived spirituality or superstitious quality of the fragments, looming questions of authenticity, and how meticulously the fragments were photographed, Pattison saved hundreds of images onto his computer. He started to think about how he could materialize and heighten the question of supply and demand, seeing as how reports on the size of the meteorite varied greatly and the actual supply of fragments was unknown.

“The interesting thing about working digitally, especially with 3D printing,” he wrote, “is that the information that’s contained and conveyed through the work is of primary importance. The value isn’t necessarily based on whether the piece is a copy or an original.” Ultimately, Pattison reverse engineered the images back into physical form as 3D printed objects in silver, stainless steel, and titanium, returning the meteorite fragments, layered with new meaning, to the realm from which they emerged. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)

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JONAS LUNDUnder The Influence 2, 2014
oil on canvas in artist’s frame

Jonas Lund’s work is often inspired by data from his studies of art world trends and behavior. Under the Influence 2 is a painting that was developed by an algorithm that analyzed the most successful works from Phillips’s Under the Influence auction series. The underlying patterns of the auction’s top lots, including their medium, composition, color, and scale, determined a set of instructions that the artist used to produce this moody, abstract painting. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)

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HANNAH PERRY I was moved (on the bonnet) #2, 2014
silkscreen print, paint, screen print medium, flip paint vinyl, aluminum

“My work is often about accidental rhythms, or finding beauty in daft moments.” - HANNAH PERRY

Hannah Perry is well known for her video artworks, which are created by processing personal videos from her iPhone through a VHS player or data compression in order to compromise the image quality. Her newer sculptures, including I was moved (on the bonnet) #2, are intimately connected with the videos, allowing her to explore similar subject matter in concrete form. The sculptures are made of aluminum and covered with screenprints and vinyl paint that is most frequently used to decorate racing cars. The aluminum is crunched, bringing to mind the hood of a car that has experienced a crash, covered in blue and purple paint that quietly drip around a single word: “move”. (Text by Paddles ON! curator Lindsay Howard)

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