One thing we
cannot be accused of here, at MedicalToys.com, is not having enough
images to go with our copious collections of content! We always
increase and update our pages with exhaustive research, gathering and
recording historical information, actual medical usage, as well as
medical BDSM fetishism.
But, we must
admit, for us, the most fun is doing our clinical sessions
for pictorials and photo shoots! Everyone knows that old saying, "A
picture is worth a thousand words."
Hence, we continue our penchant for our
photos to be
more informative, yet keeping our very
well-known lighthearted and
tongue-in-cheek attitude with an ultimate goal of pleasure and
Brooke wrapped in
a warm robe between sessions.
We are entering our 10th full year
on-line as the original and largest source of Medical Fetish on the
internet (thus, the world!) and we've met and worked with so many great
fellow fetishists, many have become friends and actually model
This year alone, we had the pleasure of working
(ha! more like playing, you
say!!) with Mark of SeriousBondage.com,
Claire Adams, Damon Pierce, Charlotte Brooke, Amanda Wildfyre, Natalie
Demore and Ambrosia Wood here at our ever expanding medical fetish
clinics, just to name a few.
Sebastian shooting Ambrosia Wood
Yes, we've grown quite a bit in those 10 years! We now
have multiple clinics with plans underway for
even more! So stay tuned, as we enter our next decade of bringing you
more and more of the best that
Medical Fetish can offer!
Nurses Victoria (as the Naughty Patient), Cindy
and Ivy getting ready for another session.
Sebastian capturing a bird's eye view
of Claire Adams
Charlotte Brook, Mike, Nurse Victoria, Laural,
Sebastian, Claire Adams and Damon Pierce
...eat your heart out, Grey's
* pics or
stfu (from Urban Dictionary)
internet slang representing the impeccable state of expression;
a. Pictures or Shut the f**k up
b. Alt. Pictures or don't even bother completing your conversation.
My wife just recovered from a lengthy breast implant operation; "Wife?
- Pics or stfu!"
ABC NEWS "(A)
person with a sneeze fetish can find erotic pleasure in those few
seconds," according to the ABC News Medical Unit, in an April report,
when "the eyes close as the body prepares to forcefully expel air," but
"experts are stumped as to why." An Internet "sneeze fetish forum"
allows members to wax rhapsodic ("She has the cutest sneeze ever") and
recall pleasurable experiences (such as the thrill of discovering that
one's new college roommate has allergies and will be sneezing
frequently), and many use language and suggest visions that mimic
MTC editorial: Of course, we all
that medical fetishes are nothing to sneeze at!
Insult to Injury
Romania - A court has ordered
a Romanian surgeon to pay $795,000 in compensation to a patient whose
penis he severed, accidentally, during
2004, Dr. Naum Ciomu made a
surgical error while operating on the man's testicles, severing the
penis instead of making an incision to the testicle.
A piece of muscle
from the man's arm has
now been attached to where his penis was, but its function is aesthetic.
The Bucharest Magistrates Court ruled Friday that Ciomu
had been "superficial" in his approach to the operation, ordered the
fine and handed Dr. Ciomu a one-year suspended prison sentence. The
ruling can be appealed.
"You don't have to be an expert
to realize that
the 33-year-old victim does not have a good state of mind," said Mihai
Olariu, the victim's lawyer.
Don't know their ass from...
German retiree is taking a hospital to court after she went in for a
leg operation and got a new anus instead, the Daily Telegraph is
The woman woke
find she had been mixed up with another patient suffering from fecal
who was to have surgery on her sphincter.
The clinic in Hochfranken, Bavaria, has since
suspended the surgical team. Now the woman is planning to sue the
hospital. She still needs the leg operation and is searching for
another hospital to do it.
MTC editorial: Can you imagine if those
soon-to-be unemployed surgeons become chefs? Clue: don't order the
Frog's Legs! New Product Review:
Prostate and Perineum Stimulator "O"
Ohhh! Yes, "O"... that's the utterance that
involuntarily falls from the lips as this uniquely engineered prostate
and perineum tool ( too intense and intelligent to call a "toy"!) is
put in place and does its job!
The "O" is designed in a
circular shape with three "balls"
located at the pivotal points of stimulation contact for the male
G-spot [prostate], as it simultaneously tickles
the perineum ["taint" or
scrotal area]. Once in place, any rocking or rhythmic motion creates a
hands-free erection and orgasmic reaction.
Stimulating the prostate and perineum are key factors
in controlling and increasing a man's erection, orgasm and ejaculation.
Essentially, they are the command centers for sexual pleasure. The "O"
enhances the strength of traditional orgasms during
masturbating or during sexual intercourse and it can also be used as a
It's made from phthalate-free, super-soft
silicone for added comfort
direct stimulation to the prostate gland via the rectum induces
erection. Continued stimulation eventually releases prostate fluid
and/or ejaculate, also known as "prostate milking". Using Prostate Tools, such as the "O"
or the Gyro Prostate Stimulator [shown below] exponentially increase
the results in time and intensity.
click on photo for larger detail
The Gyro stimulates the male prostate (the
G-spot) and perineum area with a little gyrating after anal insertion.
Stimulation of the prostate
and perineum helps increase the erection, orgasm and ejaculation.
Designed for a "hands free" orgasm, it is made of medical grade
silicone for improved
flexibility and comfort. Phthalate free. Size / Dimensions : 3.5 inches x 1.25
of Cinema and the Cinema of Domination
article by Mike
White, Metro Times
The whip cracks, a dude moans; is it pleasure
or pain he's feeling?
Is there even a difference? Well, to any submissive worth his weight in
salty tears, there isn't much. And the safe, sane, and consensual art
of domination and submission (D/S) is, in its purist sense, pretty much
absent from the silver screen — though it's a taboo topic that's freely
mocked, misunderstood and derided in mainstream film.
paved the way for mainstream
proto-dommes — and fueled
testosterone fantasies around the globe — on '60s TV show The
Avengers. Her comely frame and form-fitting leather bodysuit left
just enough to the imagination, didn't it? But she was all about femme
power as much as her persona was about tension and tease; a campy,
action-heroine pinup in fetishized garb, one that resonated long and
loud. That persona returned in force with the gothic attire of Aeon
Flux, Underworld, Elektra, The Matrix, etc.
And the garb with the most influence in recent cinematic history
belongs to Michelle Pfeiffer's Cat Woman in Batman Returns —
her PVC cat suit has decorated the covers of myriad fetish magazines.
in hand and liberated libido, Cat
Woman could've been a
force with which to reckon. However, unfortunately, she was declawed by
psychosis and rampant need for a man (in a bat suit). Like
other apparent dommes of the
silver screen, she walked
the walk and
talked the talk but didn't live the life. She was still
living in a
While dommes aren't at the fore of American
protagonists can be coded dominant
in a way similar to the subtle
symbols that signified a character's homosexuality when the Hays Code's
moral standards took hold of American film in the 1930s. And this stuff
runs far deeper than an outer layer of fetish garb. One wouldn't have
to be trussed up in Wonder Woman's lasso of truth to confess that
allegedly dominant women in cinema are too often anything but. Instead,
they're like little girls clip-clopping around in their mother's high
heels, faces slathered in make-up. They're putting on airs and taking
femininity to an absurd end.
Whether they're 24/7 dommes or kinky women,
have been home to a host of frighteningly powerful gals in recent years
(EuroTrip, Tomcats [above], American Wedding).
appearances are punchlines with the dominatrix personifying an
"über-femme," a device meant to scare the bejeezus out of boys and
insecure men. These male characters can't even deal with "regular"
females, how will handle whip-wielding women who take what they want?
By running away, penises tucked between their legs, that's how! The D/S
lifestyle is an easy target for laughs and is used in film to parody
our expected gender roles. Men are seen as weak and women ball-busting
erotica, Anne Rice's Exit to Eden
unsuccessfully grafted onto a comedic espionage plot, resulting in
something that resembled The Story of O as a hot slapstick
mess. Adapted by Bob Brunner and Deborah Amelon in 1994, there are few
intersections between the adult story of Mistress Lisa (Dana Delany),
her new submissive Elliot (Paul Mecurio) and the bad plot.
who'd disavow genital torture might rethink it if given the option
between that and enduring Rosie O'Donnell and Dan Aykroyd in a
tacked-on bit involving international intrigue on an island of
dominants and submissives.
The schtick is laid on so thick and the
depiction of D/S so stilted, that any shred of erotica is as muted as a
ball-gagged subbie. The film exemplifies a common
D/S-centered films with its
ties between the criminal and sexual underworlds. The peculiar mix of
pain and power coupled with the intrinsic raw emotion of D/S subject
matter gives a reputation of prurient madness. The subject matter
telegraphs an association with the seedier side of life. Those who
engage and enjoy the edgy activities walk a razor-thin line of
normalcy, if not legality.
Exit to Eden is an American rarity. The
dominatrix roles are found in foreign fare with the most famous being
Bulle Ogier in Maîtresse. An artful Barbet Schroeder
exploitation film provides a proper tour guide for an intimate
exploration of D/S. Released in 1976, the sexual revolution of the '60s
and '70s gave more screen time to D/S than it had ever gotten before.
The party would be over by the '80s with D/S safely tucked back into
the cinematic closet.
Lingering on the outskirts of cinema, D/S
boasts porn auteurs and
hacks taking swipes at the subject. The best explorer of fetishes,
Maria Beatty, has provided a steady stream of artfully-directed films
which spotlight subjects such as tickling (Box of Laughter),
spanking (The Elegant Spanking), medical fetishism (Doctor's
Orders), punk fetish (Skateboard KinkFreak [DVD
cover, above]) and
other taboo topics.
At the other end of the spectrum sits D.
2006 effort The Pet (movie poster, above). Marketed as an
empathetic exploration of
D/S, the film is a pathetic exploitation tale dressed in leather.
Lukewarm erotica at best, The Pet is reminiscent of the worst
parts of Exit to Eden with its tepid human trafficking plot and
unbearable acting. To call star Andrea Edmondson "wooden" is an insult
Recently, two Canadian films have brought D/S
to the fore; Steven
Shainberg's Secretary (2002) and Robert Cuffley's Walk All
Over Me (2007). These look at both sides of the D/S coin; Secretary
the bottom and Walk the top. Though Secretary
is an erotically
power exchange, the protagonist, Lee Holloway (Maggie Gyllenhaal) seems
to suppress her need for self-mutilation via spanking. Everything turns
out for the best in the end, but initiating the D/S relationship
between Holloway and her boss, Edward E. Grey
(James Spader) requires
an inherent flaw in Holloway as opposed to a genuine need. The mind-set
reflected sees D/S as a "lifestyle choice" and not an integral part of
one's personality. However, Secretary allows viewers to
understand D/S as a form of therapy. Holloway and Grey play off each
other; one's yin to the other's yang. Together they exorcise their
demons in a deeply personal and satisfying exploration.
All Over Me, D/S is far more ancillary to the plot
and merely a means to an end for the two main female characters.
When Alberta (Leelee Sobieski, right, looking like the love child of
Helen Hunt & Chloë Sevigny) runs away from her dead-end life
she arrives on
the doorstep of Celene (Tricia Helfer), a Vancouver dominatrix.
doesn't take long until Alberta — who's known for "jumping from one
mess to another" — dons some shiny leather boots and pretends to be
Celene for a new client, Paul (Jacob Tierney). She inexplicably falls
head over heels for him in a matter of minutes, shortly before learning
that he's involved with some dangerous dudes from Ontario. This begins
a convoluted plot involving stolen money, ruined expectations and
Despite the upscale lifestyle that Celene
enjoys — in her nurse,
cop, or army outfits — it's all artifice. The same can be said for the
film's D/S quotient; it's used for the wacky factor as well as an aid
in creating an uneasy blend of comedy and crime drama, revisiting the
errors of Exit to Eden.
Celene has zero empathy for her clients and
sees them as living cash
machines. She could've been a spokesmodel or acted in community theater
if the pay were better. Instead, she's using her vocation as a domme as
a shortcut to her "life plan" of becoming an actress. The rare domme,
Celene uses her real name and doesn't put up many barriers between
herself and her clients. Perhaps because she's so superficial she has
nothing to hide. There's little discussion of professionalism or the
lack of sexual contact/intercourse involved with being a professional
dominatrix. Even Alberta assumes that the trappings of domination —
floggers, feathers, leather masks, et cetera — are merely accoutrements
of a prostitute. It's far easier to fathom that a man would pay for sex
than to be debased at the behest of another person.
Be it sensual or sexual, D/S eludes explanation
because much of it
takes place above the neck and not below the waist. A wonderful
alternative to copulation in diseased time (bodies clad head-to-toe in
latex redefines "safe sex"); D/S is the most difficult sex play of all
as it requires an active imagination.
Portrayals of D/S in cinema are scant with
roles. Characters engaged in D/S are mentally imbalanced (Secretary),
dangerous (Body of Evidence [Madonna, above], Pulp Fiction),
or deadly (Payback [Mel Gibson & Lucy Liu]).
Only Lady Heather (Melinda Clarke) of TV's C.S.I. can be seen
as a positive role model, though she's had bad luck with crimes taking
place in her Las Vegas dungeon (and her penchant for vigilante justice
isn't necessarily admirable).
It's not up
to every cheesy
comedy, lame action film or
coming-of-age tale to provide humanistic portrayals of D/S and dommes.
Kink can be funny, strange or even cute. Mainstream acceptance
shouldn't be thrust upon cinematic D/S — the
taboo nature enhances the
excitement— though it doesn't need to be shorthand for
unhappiness or insanity. Despite its integration into a handful of
films, D/S remains cloistered when not openly mocked or utilized as a
simple source of titillation. As evidenced by Secretary, D/S
might have its leather boot in the back door of the