These thoughts on our “sleep sack” (Body Bag) were submitted by PaintedReality. We added our own photos to accompany his words.
Latex and bondage go hand-in-hand for a latex and bondage fetishist as myself. As a latex fetishist, I love being covered head-to-toe in latex. As a bondage enthusiast, I love to be immobilized completely. When I am bound in latex, I have to endure the arousal that builds from being bound in my favorite material, and I then become lost in subspace.
A latex sleepsack is a wet dream for a bondage and latex enthusiast. Your arms are bound in the internal sleeves of the latex sack that encapsulates you, and you cannot reach the zipper of the sleepsack to escape or reach your crotch to get relief. This drives a slave like you completely mad. The immobility and helplessness gives you a sense of submission, while added accessories like hoods and gas masks can make you feel dehumanized. Your top can also play games while you are in this submissive and objectified state. You can be subjected to almost anything: CBT, scent training, electrical play, tease & denial, or erotic hypnosis, just as examples. I personally love the idea of an eyeless hood being slipped over my head and being forced to listen to white noise or erotic hypnosis.
I was fortunate to visit New York City this summer and visit the Baroness. Her shop, on East 13th, is a small boutique where she shows off her designs and abilities. The designs range from dresses, tops, and corsettes to extremely restrictive bondage gear. Visiting the Baroness, however, was different experience from visiting other clothing boutiques because The Baroness told me about details that impacted play. Her knowledge of the construction and nature of latex was invaluable. She told me, for example, that her sleepsacks were slightly looser to avoid bones and joints from pressing together so that a slave could be kept in a sleepsack for long periods of time. As much as I love seeing images of people tightly bound in sleepsacks, I need the engrained submission that comes with being restrained in a sleepsack for longer periods of time. Hence, the Baroness can match you up with latex that leads to effective and fun play in ways that you really want and need.
A sleepsack may seem like a straightforward design, but The Baroness taught me that a latex sleepsack, like all latex items, have an impact on play because of their construction and the nature of the material. Tight rubber sleepsacks look erotic, but they force your joints to rub together until we can no longer concentrate on our submissive state. This is not ideal for slave training. I was also grateful that she could also speak about the history of D/s, how it has changed, and what can make it much more interesting. As The Baroness said, today’s fetishists are bewitched by sleek images of bound and polished tops and bottoms on Fetlife. While their pictures look incredible, they lack a description of how their designs actually impact play. This is where the Baroness stands out. She was wonderful to visit, talk to, and I would highly recommend visiting her.