September 3, 2015 at 10:59 #26279
This is quite possibly the perfect way to tie a woman’s hand to her feet in front of her. Wrists crossed doesn’t look nearly as good. And just have the final knot(s) on top of the ankles and those knots will be inches away but forever out of reach of the damsel being bound. And how little rope it takes. Must be so frustrating to be rendered helpless this way. And Delta looks very helpless, and beautiful. This might be the best way I have seen Delta’s feet displayed. Another perfectly placed ballgag too.
This position would work well for having two damsels face to face with just their feet touching.
The pedestal makes it look a bit like she is on display in a museum as a piece of living sculpture or performance art.September 4, 2015 at 09:21 #26280
Two ladies tied up like this on a bed could start out trying to free one another, but then give up and start trying to fondle and tickle each other with their feet instead.September 4, 2015 at 09:55 #26281
Some time ago I created for myself a barefoot captive goddess inspired by Dennis Cramer’s Mara: Celtic Shameness. Delta could be playing a shy reserved young woman who is being contacted/recruited by my Pagan goddess (Whom I call Amara, which means “of eternal beauty” in Greek, and is the long form of Mara’s name). In this dream the Goddess assumes the form of Delta herself so she can show Delta just how beautiful she and her feet look, and how beautiful she and her feet could look tied up and what power she could wield as a result.
By the way, I do like the humor of the replacement TV storyline.
Delta is told that the choice to become a pagan priestess would be made with her soul and not her mind. Delta awakes in the middle of a sylvan glade with her hands tied behind her wrists, wearing a ballgag, and surrounded by faeries that use their little wings to tickle Delta as she laughs into her red ballgag, happy with her choice.
By the way, my pagan priestesses cannot be harmed by anything, even atom bombs, while they are barefoot and tied up. No one can take a deliberate harmful action against a priestess, including untying her with intent to make her vulnerable to harm. The priestesses can use their magic to heal and protect others. Sometimes in a wide radius. The one thing they cannot do is free themselves, since that capacity would negate the fundamental helplessness that fuels their magic.September 4, 2015 at 23:12 #26290
My Pagan priestesses also don’t age, get sick, or need to eat, breath, drink, or use the restroom and could potentially survive the destruction of a planet while confined barefoot. Strong magic.
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