I am sharing something each day (not always every day in a row) covering the alphabet until I reach Z! Here we are at day 24! I am sharing topics having to do with sex, BDSM and/or kink. These topics are of things I am curious to learn about, love to know more about or just love to share.
If you have anything to add or have something else in that alphabet letter to share, please do so in the comments below.
Today’s sexy letter of the alphabet is:
X: X-Frame :
–Known as a Saint Andrew’s cross is a piece of BDSM furniture made up of a cross set diagonally in the shape of an X. It restrains the subject in a standing spread-eagled position. The St. Andrew’s cross was most recently brought to public attention when it was used by Christian Grey to restrain Anastasia Steele in “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
*(It is also known as an X-cross, saltire cross or X-frame.) (Kinkly)
–Known as the St. Andrew’s Cross, crux decussata, X-cross, X-frame or saltire cross is a common piece of equipment in BDSM dungeons. It typically provides restraining points for ankles, wrists, and waist. When secured to a saltire, the subject is restrained in a spreadeagle position.
The St. Andrew‘s Cross and the [[spanking bench]] are the most common pieces of BDSM furniture. Saltires are versatile and easy to manufacture. They are usually firmly attached to a wall, and is distinguished from a BDSM-style Catherine Wheel, which has a central hinge and allows occupants to be turned upside down. (Wikipedia)
Since I have started knowing about BDSM, all the dungeon furniture and implements that are used for scene play I have been very curious of it all. One of the things I have been most curious about is the furniture. Especially the X-Frame (called the St. Andrew’s Cross). Talk about having no control and totally at your Dom(me)’s mercy!!
Of course the submissive still has the right to use the safe word and stop the scene. But…Ohhhh! The thought is incredibly sexy and intriguing!
As you can see by my comments, I have not had the introduction to this enticing curiosity. One day I hopefully will and I so look forward to it!
Join me next time when I share the letter Y!!