Strange but true

It’s not often that I run across a new kink I haven’t heard of. Many wasted hours on the stranger parts of the internet have left me distressingly well informed about unusual kinks. However, courtesy of this Max Fisch thread, I’ve a new one to add. It’s called slaughtering or pig-play and, as far as I can tell, it means pretending to be a pig while the domme acts out a fake slaughtering process.

I guess I was aware of cannibalism being a kink in itself (thanks to the infamous Armin Meiwes case) but hadn’t realized it was actually something people role-played in scenes. I’ve never seen it offered by a US or British pro-domme, but apparently it’s not unheard of for German ones to do so. I assume something about that culture lends itself to the development of this particular kink. Perhaps raising pigs and butchering them are a more common part of the childhood experience than they are over here.

Personally the idea leaves me absolutely cold. I’ll certainly not be incorporating it into any of my future scenes. However, I’m always happy to expand my knowledge on the odder corners of the kinky world.

Mistress Kristin

The image is of Mistress Kristin. She’s a German pro-domme who offers pig-play.

Author: paltego

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2 thoughts on “Strange but true”

  1. Yes, but is it kosher?

    Seriously, I remember watching a programme about a pro-domme in NYC, and there was this middle-aged Jewish guy who wanted to do a scene with her that was a re-enactment of a concentration camp guard physically and verbally abusing a Jewish inmate.

    I was totally shocked by this, but I’ve since learned to be shocked by nothing in the weird world of fantasy.

    1. I don’t think I’m shocked very often these days, but I’m still surprised now and again.

      I’ve heard of multiple examples of that kind of Nazi/Jewish roleplay in the past. I guess anytime there’s power, fear and taboo subjects, sex will get added to the mix for some people. For pig butchery it’s probably the themes of helplessness, brutality, objectification and death that appeal. They’re common across a lot of these kind of extreme scenarios.

      -paltego

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