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CameronDee hanging aroundThese days Lorelei and I only do suspensions with models who have a personal interest in doing them.  We're especially honored if a model elects to do her first suspension with us.  For quite a while now it seems a lot of producers and riggers out there are not doing safe suspensions, and they seem to rely on the durability of their models rather than sound principles of rigging.  They seem to disregard the well-being of the model to create something showy.  So, we're happy to show the suspension novice that it shouldn't be horribly painful, and that safety is of vital importance.  Yes, accidents can happen to anyone.  But they're a lot less likely to happen if you're cautious.

Recently we've worked with three enthusiastic ladies who trusted us for their maiden voyage in aerial bondage.  Alexis Grace https://twitter.com/Alexisgrace_XXX did her very first one for Lorelei (and I helped) which is currently available in Lorelei's clip store http://clips4sale.com/412  For that particular segment, Ms. Grace opted to include a vibrator in the scene.  And the results were nothing short of spectacular, including two orgasms from the statuesque beauty while she was bound, gagged and in the air.  There may have been another one a little later, but that's just speculation on my part.

The second suspension virgin was Lauren Kiley https://twitter.com/xoxolaurenkiley  http://thedirtygirlnextdoor.com/ It was our first shoot with this amazing lady.  She's had experience with bondage (and I suspect a little personal interest in the material), and she gave us an outstanding, energetic performance while booted and ballgagged.  Her scene is now in my clips store  http://clips4sale.com/6571 and it's a real delight for fans of suspension.

I'd forgotten that after the first time I worked with Cameron Dee https://twitter.com/CameronDeex that she'd mentioned wanting to do a suspension with us.  I had the pleasure of working with her again not long ago, and she reminded me of that.  So even though it wasn't something I had planned for the day, I certainly wasn't going to disappoint her.  The gorgeous blonde was dressed up in the iconic white dress as part of a larger story, and (like our other two first-timers) she did an incredible job with it.  

I should also mention that Lorelei gets very excited about rigging the suspensions.  She seems to always take the lead with them, and the models must wonder what the heck I'm doing there.  So I'll tell you.  I'm there to make everybody happy:  Lorelei, the models, the viewers.  I'm glad to report all our dangling damsels had an exciting, positive experience with us.  And I suspect they'll be bound and gagged in mid-air again before too long.
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Once again Lorelei and I made our annual pilgrimage to West Hollywood for the Halloween Carnaval on Santa Monica Boulevard.  In recent years, we occasionally tried changing our costumes to get away from doing the "same old, same old"  time and again.  However, it seems the iconic Snidely & Nell is always the most popular.  Of course, even then it seems the recognizability of the characters is waning, and a few people asked who we were, or misidentified me as Jack the Ripper.  (Oddly enough, the year I went as Jack the Ripper, someone thought I was the Penguin.  Go figure.)  

We went to the event with our good buddy Ikaras Jones, and we met up with Sandra Gibbons http://pic.twitter.com/TAK4MDpxiW and Kim -- who got some photos (including the one accompanying this entry), and we're thankful for that.  It seems like we're always rather lackadaisical about getting photos for Halloween.  But I suppose there are a few dozen people who got photos of and with us, so it's not like our appearance went particularly undocumented.

In fact, https://twitter.com/lipfetishist tweeted that he saw Lorelei on KTLA 5 http://ktla.com/2013/11/01/revelers-descend-on-west-hollywood-for-the-annual-halloween-carnaval/#axzz2k0DNLF8I although it looks like the online clip cuts off right before they panned over to Lorelei and me.  You can see Ikaras in his Shiny Angel of Death (or "Angel of Shiny Death") mask just as the segment ends.  So I'm still not quite sure if I should cross "Lorelei & I make it onto English Language broadcast TV for our Halloween appearance in West Hollywood" off my bucket list or not.  I guess I've still got a goal for next Halloween.
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