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Miss Eris – Clean Alternative Shibari

Miss Eris: Precocious, Enthusiastic, Introverted, and Extroverted Miss Eris is an artist and educator dedicated to shibari of Brazilian origin based in Barcelona. She is, too, a tireless traveler. Shibari is an ancient technique of ties through ropes of Japanese origin. This practice has a special emphasis on aesthetics and anatomical mastery. Young Miss Eris…
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Nabuyoshi Araki

The career if Nabuyoshi Araki has encountered countless accusations by feminist groups who call him a misogynist. These groups call him so because of his photographs of naked women. In particular, those in which these females appear tied with ropes, emulating the well-know Japanese practice of Shibari. Araki studied photography at the University of Chiba…
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Shibari by Juan José Burzi: A Review

Desire Slaves Shibari, by Juan José Burzi, is composed of nine tales: a catalog of perverse emotions expressed through the manipulation of bodies in the most varied ways. The story that gives the volume its title is about a group of people. They are passionate about the erotic bondage technique and meet in a dojo…
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Ladina and Andreas: She Enjoys When He Causes Her Pain

Shibari is the art of tying—and it can save relationships. For example, here’s the story of Ladina and Andreas. Ladina and Andreas Ladina closes her eyes and takes a deep breath. She drinks the smell of the hemp rope with which her husband Andreas caresses her face. His features become smooth and peaceful, taking on…
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Shibari in Modern Times

Discover why Shibari in modern times has become one of the most popular practices. To begin with, Shibari means “to tie” or “tie.” This tendency goes much farther than violence and the domination and submission that one can experience with BDSM. Factors that comply with the practice of Shibari are multiple. Some examples are design…
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