Do It In Duct Tape

Yeah, you know you want to!

It’s a great slogan for kinky sex enthusiasts. But for a brand of self-customizable fashion accessories and toys aimed at the younger crowd? Maybe not so great:


Obviously I can’t show you a complete retail presentation, because the retail packages feature innocent stock-photo models who don’t deserve to find their smiling likenesses turning up on a porn blog. However, the product can be seen on on imgur (and at Sears and Amazon for that matter.)

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4 comments on “Do It In Duct Tape”:

Pat Powers commented on October 19th, 2013 at 5:22 pm:

Nothing wrong with a porn blog, dude! Especially this one, where you try to stay straight with your readers instead of just being a link farm flogging whatever will make you money.

Rope Guy commented on October 19th, 2013 at 11:41 pm:

Well, thanks — and of course *I* think so too. But I still think it’s a bad idea to put pictures of cute and innocent munchkins on adult sites, if only because it antagonizes our many enemies without delivering much real benefit to our editorial purposes.

Pat Powers commented on October 24th, 2013 at 12:03 am:

True enough, there used to be a site called “bondage in everyday life” which was nothing but people in bondage but not for sexual purposes … initiations at scout camp, hijinks in college, social groups playing games, etc. — all very innocent, for the most part. (Some of the college hijinks people clearly knew what they were up to). But collecting it for bondage fans to look at struck me as all kinds of a bad idea. And a few of the images were indistinguishable from those old Arrow Harmony videos where the women were fully clothed while in bondage, visually speaking.

Rope Guy commented on October 25th, 2013 at 9:44 am:

Yup. A (perhaps justly) forgotten classic.

I think it’s philosophically interesting that a picture your grandma might take and share on FaceBook becomes troubling (legally, morally, emotionally, culturally, PR-wise, take your pick) when it’s framed elsewhere on a site that nominates it as potentially sexually arousing — or even if it’s framed elsewhere by a site that nominates unrelated pictures as arousing. Still the same picture, right? But people are funny, they will get angry despite all your philosophies, so it’s a bad idea fer serious.

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