Torture Like A Russian Spy With Nipple Clamps!

In her hit song “Erotic,” Madonna claims “There’s a certain satisfaction in a little bit of pain.” The subtle, understated rhythm of that song echos in my mind everytime I have a new toy to play with – especially one with the potential to cause such discomfort in those the toy is used on. Your lovers will beg you not to use them, then beg you not to take them off. Why? Because unlike a lot of BDSM playthings, nipple clamps cause pain in two waves – the initial jolt when they bite down on the nipples, slowly restricting the the blood flow to the erect nipples, then a rush of intensity as the blood flows back into the nipple area once the clamps are removed. The Lavish Nipple Clamps from Babeland is the perfect toy for nipple play.

Interestingly, “nipple torture” has been an arrow in the quivers of kinky paramours for centuries. As early as 300 B.C. the Kama Sutra encouraged pinching, biting, and flogging erotic body parts as long as it was done with consent. It is also prominently featured in the fictional writings and alleged practices of the Marquis de Sade.

In his book, The 120 Days of Sodom, there are many reference to it. Russian spy Anya Chapman had a penchant for using whips and nipple clamps on her captives. She got the information she needed! Maybe she shopped at Babeland?

Babeland’s Lavish Nipple Clamps are both effective and also quite sexy looking. An adjustable ring slides up and down to alternately increase and decrease intensity. They’re adorned with elegant beads and black rhinestones – giving the toy a fashionable look. In total, they’re perfect for the stylish dominant chick or the exotic Russian spy hoping to extract sensitive information from her helpless captive. And the look of desperation your men get when you pull them from your bedside table drawer makes them a priceless necessity!

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Originally from Montreal where she covered local night life for an alternative magazine, Lauren is now now based in South Florida where she works in marketing and spends her weekends sampling the area’s night life.