Monthly Archives: September 2011

Public Criticism

In the world of suspension there are many random articles, videos, and blogs that contain information about our art form.  Of those, none are truly dedicated specifically to body suspension.  So, until we get our own Fox News, here at...
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Corn Tryb Ritual

I am always excited when I get the opportunity to meet new suspension teams. As our community grows, so do the opportunities for us to make new friends and learn a little more from one another. Although two years old,...
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Happily Ever After

You often hear those of us in the suspension community call ourselves a family, and in many ways we are. We fight among ourselves like children at times; we defend one another like brothers and sisters; and we pull together...
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Suspension Competition – Description and Examples

Since the Suspension Competition began people have been asking two main questions.  What is a Guerrilla Suspension and what makes for a good entry?  Of course we don’t want to leave everyone hanging. (yes pun intended)  So this post is...
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Suspension Competition

Did we say competition?  So what’s this all about?  Well we’ll tell you… Since the beginning of modern suspension the concept of hanging in public places has intrigued many practitioners. Of course suspending on a stage in front of an...
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Weathering the Storm

Last month, hurricane Irene kicked off the Atlantic hurricane season with a storm that threatened cities from New York to the Bahamas and more. When storm warnings began to go out in Puerto Rico, one group found a way to...
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Hook-Her

Body suspension, like any art form, has the ability to evoke a range of emotions from different people. For many, it is an extremely powerful experience, and even just watching can bring out an array of feelings; everything from happiness...
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Ameila

Every day it seems that a new photo from last weekend’s 7th Annual Italian Suscon appears on a social networking site.  Each image I see makes me proud to be part of this community, but at the same time sad...
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Theatre Bizarre

Today’s blog comes from our favorite green man (if you were at the Dallas Suscon you understand) Bradde Hamman I was introduced about 4 years ago to this masquerade when I popped in the eve of the show to help...
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Purification by Hooks

When it comes to watching a suspension, there are a lot of factors that go into how it looks to the viewer. There are positions that, no matter how relaxed the person is, just look a little uncomfortable or awkward....
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