Monthly Archives: November 2011

The World of Performance

Over the years suspension as an art form has been utilized by many different forms of entertainment. It’s been featured in movies, primetime television, all over the Internet, and in numerous forms of print media. The allure of suspension can...
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Focusing on the Pain

There are plenty of people who don’t understand our community or our reasons for doing what we do. They can’t bring themselves to see past the idea of flesh hanging from hooks to realize that there is something much deeper...
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Ritual Craft

Writing for this website, I get the pleasure of seeing so many beautiful images and videos that capture little glimpses of what is it we do. There are so many of these that really amaze me every time I look...
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Shock and Awe

The suspension community world wide is actually pretty small. We tend to see the individuals from this community in the photos and videos that come up online, and easily begin to recognize one another, even if we haven’t met. These...
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Striving for Excellence

I have always ha quite a bit of respect for Skindependent Suspension. From the first time I spoke to Eden Thomson, it was clear that his focus was on learning more and bettering himself as a practitioner. After attending the...
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Tricks and Treats

Halloween has come and gone for another year, and in Columbus that meant another chance for mayhem and mischief at Trauma, an annual fetish event in Ohio. Photos and video are starting to surface for those of use who missed...
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Tourist Attraction

A few months back we were introduced to Corn Tryb Rituals out of St. Louis, Mo. These guys have been staying busy with some wonderful suspensions, including this guerrilla project from back in September. Whether you love or hate guerrilla...
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A Journey to Enlightenment

Many of you may have already read this in the latest issue of the Point. Thank you so much to the APP for publishing this, and to James Weber for his help getting it in at the last minute. Your...
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