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Max Mosley, the son of the fascist leader Sir Oswald, father of two, husband to Jean of 48 years and Formula 1 eminence grise, has a new role: unlikely poster boy for Britain's BDSM community. For the uninitiated, BDSM stands for 'Bondage, Discipline and Sadomasochism', a clumsy s&m ideas term for a vast range of sexual practices usually dismissed under the generic label 'kinky'. Its enthusiasts complain they are stigmatised by society to the point that some of their activities, while consensual, can see them sent to prison.
Worse, according to many on the scene, is the way their activities, which usually feature the use of restraints, whips and role-play involving positions of power, are chronically misunderstood by wider society. Armchair psychologists dismiss BDSM as an unnatural, unhealthy desire for humiliation, while much of the general public regard its practitioners as perverts.
But the high-profile reporting of Mosley's participation in a sadomasochistic orgy with five prostitutes in a Chelsea flat, with, according to the News of the World, a Nazi theme, has given the BDSM community the chance to come out of its dungeons.
In Max Mosley we've got a man who says: "This is who I am. In Mosley, we have s&m ideas who is fighting our corner. Nor is it likely that the multimillionaire president of the Federation Internationale de L'Automobile, Formula 1's governing body, intended to start a national debate about what the French have for centuries dismissed as 'the English disease'. But Mosley's high-profile case, apart from providing one of the most titillating legal actions in recent history, may one day be seen as a watershed in the history of Britain's sexual mores, say those in the BDSM community.
This - the raw and, arguably, illegal state of Mosley's buttocks following his thrashing - is one reason the News of the World is attempting to justify its story as being in the public interest, but lawyers admit the definition of what constitutes a lasting mark is open to interpretation.
The case caused a furore and prompted calls for a change in the law. The 'hardcore' element of the BDSM scene is practised only by a tiny minority, according to its supporters. Certainly Mosley does, or at least did. When not being whipped by prostitutes, some of whom were wearing German military outfits, he enjoyed spanking them with leather straps while barking orders in German, a language, he claims, felt suitably 'bossy' for the role.
After an epic five-hour session Mosley and the prostitutes relaxed with a cup of tea. The internet has played its part in promoting what was once a very underground scene. Ann Summers, the chain of high-street sex shops, says its Bondage Starter Kits are one of its most popular products, selling in their hundreds every week.
At the start of the year, Ann Summers extended its popular cuffs range with fur ankle cuffs and under-bed restraints. An Ann Summers dominatrix kit, due out in September, includes a whip, blindfold and cuffs.
The growing desire to engage in aspects of BDSM is part of a wider trend, according to those at the vanguard. Owens believes the emergence of BDSM is the result of a society's increasingly nuanced approach to sex. Owens claims the bondage scene became popular s&m ideas the early s as women developed a greater sense of confidence. But, as with all sexual predilections, some s&m ideas end up being damaged by their desires. People who engage in sadomasochistic acts can't tolerate mental pain. They replace mental pain with physical pain and in so doing feel triumphant over emotional suffering.
They find it difficult to tolerate sadness, hurt, rejection, and other ordinary painful human feelings, and rid themselves of them by inflicting them, so to speak, on the body of the "other". Those who seek help from the Portman Clinic are told there is no easy cure. Mosley makes no apologies. Abrasion Any form of sensation play involving stroking or brushing the skin with rough, textured objects such as sandpaper. Ball gag A gag consisting of a ball, usually rubber, which is attached to a strap.
The ball is placed in the mouth and the strap is placed around the head to hold it in place. Catherine's wheel A large, upright wheel, usually made of wood, to which a person may be bound and then rotated to any position. Electrical play Any of a variety of different practices involving the use of electrical current or electricity s&m ideas stimulate a person.
Frog tie A specific form of bondage in which one person kneels and their ankles are bound to the thighs. Pony play An activity in which the submissive takes on the role of a pony; for example, by walking on all fours, sometimes wearing a bridle. Top One who administers some form of stimulation, but does not have psychological control or power over that person. Zip strip : An arrangement of clothes pegs along a length of cord or twine, which can be clipped on the body and then yanked off one by one or all at once.
The Observer Life and style. Whatever turns them on? Inside the minds of the sadomasochists. The bondage community hopes Max Mosley's lawsuit will stop them being seen as perverts on the fringe of society. Man wearing leather collar and harness.
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