Dear Nurse Laural,
I love your website!
nurse in real life and I was absolutely amazed at the level of
understanding and respect you have for us medical profession
folk! You add a pleasant air of humor and fun to what can often
be a very difficult job. Now, as far as the bondage stuff, it looks so
sexy, but I don't know anything about it! What is it about? Why is it
so popular, lately? And do you think anyone can enjoy it or do
you have to have a pre-set fantasy, first?
Thanks for any help,
thank you for
acknowledging the efforts we put into this website for the past ten
That seems almost surreal to write: 10 YEARS! I have to say,
time, your question (or something similar) is one of the most
During these past ten years, I witnessed the evolution of our social
of sexual role play, primarily due to the internet. There are thousands
thousands seeking information about bondage fetish, bondage role play,
bondage and other fetish fantasies. Bondage is frequently seen in
TV and the almighty music video everyday, regardless of its past social
The answer to your questions, Newbie, could literally make a book, but
it up in a quick reply: bondage looks sexy because it strikes a cord in
psyche connecting to that "release" mechanism, that can be triggered
in a myriad of ways through role-play. The thrill of being tied up or
others up as part of a sexual role-play, apparently crosses over
pun intended) to the release of an ironic "freedom". From the
coquette who prefers soft, silk scarves wrapped around the bed posts to
burly, leather-clad brute strapped immobile in a custom made bondage
"release" happens. That's one of the omniscient qualities that draw
so many to bondage role play. There is no need to have a "pre-set
fantasy"; just your own imagination, open mind and willingness to
yourself, inside and out will do it!
partner and I have
been into the "regular" BDSM scene for a couple of years, now. We heard
about MedicalToys.com at a fetish ball and we are so blown away by your
site and products. We wanted to explore some new options in BDSM and
sure seems like the next step! Our question is where do we start? It
looks like fun, but with a limited budget and experience, we need some
help... can you?
in advance for
any advice and for having such a terrific website!
Cindy (okay to
use our first names on the site)
Thank you, Don & Cindy!
all appreciate your kind words and accolades from the bottom of our
your question: The best place to get started in Medical Fetish play is
the same place you started with BDSM play... that is
you buy your first medical toy, sit down and talk!! What are your likes
and/or dislikes? Do you prefer water/enema play?
Do you like mummification? Do you
the idea of sound play? Go through the site
read all of the Medical Fetish Library
pages, too. These will help you make your "first time" medical fetish
easier, because you'll have a better idea of what to expect.
once you have established which area you and your partner would like to
try first, go for one or two items at a time. The Whitehead
Gag and the wartenberg wheel (a.k.a.,
neurowheel, etc.) seem to be the "first-timers" favorites. But you may
want to try enemas... See? It's really up to
your partner, your fantasies and your imagination!
always, the credo of loving care: Safe, Sane and Consensual
am an RN that misses
the old style uniforms, caps and capes. Our school gave up
the year before I was eligible, so I was really disappointed.
I was able to obtain a cap, for 'costume' wear, of course. I am new to
the site (a friend turned me on to you, he is really into nurses, and
now told me of his excitement that I am one), and I must say, I am
at your diversity. I will be ordering myself a cape. I often
about making one, since I couldn't buy one, but now I don't have
I enjoy sewing also, but am finding less and less time. I bought
uniform dresses (whites, of course), as they were being phased
Think of my friends' delight when I show up with the full outfit!
for an incredible,
informative, sane (I was concerned about some of the play, but read
library notes), and complete, web site. Who would have thought what we
learned in nursing school could be so much fun?
you so very
much for your wonderful and inspiring email! You really had us all
around here! ... We added the cape to our collection because we could
find any out there, either! We make them as close to the
capes as possible, except we use a lighter weight woven cotton
(the "originals" were heavy wool, as you probably know...).
you for sharing your thoughts. We have the highest respect, gratitude
love for our legions of real nurses out there. You are truly angels on
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