Friday, October 11, 2013
Choke the Chicken, Not Yourself
It turns out that Ariel Castro, the creepy kidnapper, may have died during autoerotic asphyxiation (aka The Carradine). For those of you that don't know, that's the act of choking one's self while jerking off. What ever happened to a bottle of Jergens, some tissue and calling it good? Maybe it's like the adrenalin junkie of jerking off. Great risks but great rewards.
This news got me thinking about past autoerotic asphyxiation practitioners and why people do it. Famous people have died from it, such as Michael Hutchence from INXS and David Carradine of Kung Fu fame. What is the thrill from it? Is the lack of oxygen or the lack of control a turn on? Having almost drowned once I found the experience to be less than boner-worthy. The thought of almost dying doesn't doesn't fill my pants with cream, it fills my mind with fear.
Arousal during choking doesn't end there. I've been with a number of women that have wanted some light to heavy choke action during coitus and as a true gentleman I obliged. It's not as extreme as wrapping a belt around one's own neck and hanging from a door like some sort of half-naked Halloween decoration but it shows a large group of people like some sort of such an act during sex. It made me wonder how it all got started, where it came from. One would think that naturally an orgasm and being choked wouldn't go together. Anybody ever see a rat start busting one as a boa constricts it? Probably not. But maybe for humans it was a form of self defense. Think about what happens when some people get off. They flail around and bite down. Maybe prehistoric humans started flailing, biting and J'ing in their P's when they were attacked. That might make them too dangerous for the predator to try and finish off. Who wants to hunt something that's trying to bite you while shooting love juice everywhere? I'd find easier prey. Whatever the reason, modern humans need to remember one rule, USE A SPOTTER PEOPLE!.
It should be noted that I listened to INXS while writing this post, to get me in the proper mindset...and to get the creative "juices" flowing.