The Bound In Public crew gave Cameron Kincade the special treatment for his first Folsom Street Fair back in 2013, beating him and fucking him out in public
The BIP crew is front and center on the Kink stage at San Francisco’s 30th Annual Folsom Street Fair. In front of thousands of people, the guys hold Sebastian down as Master Avery warms his backside up with the flogger. Van takes over from there, beating Sebastian down anyway he can as the crowd cheers: “HIT HIM HARDER!” The main attraction, Cameron Kincade, crawls onto the stage for his first Folsom Street fair, gazing upon the colossal size of the crowd. His head is shoved into Sebastian’s ass as he endures the flogger, screaming sounds of pleasure rather than pain, or else he’s beaten even harder. The guys get so horned up on stage that they drag Cameron to a nearby sex shop and quickly whore him out. They drag him around sucking cock before taking turns ramming their cocks up his ass. Jessie Colter breaks out the double ended dildo and starts dual fucking Cameron as the crowd chants ASS TO ASS! They finish Cameron off by hosing his face down with cum before taking him out back for some more Folsom fun!
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The guys from E-Stim Systems brought their line of electro stimulation gear to the Expectations store in London. Check out the big smiles on their faces!
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I think in all of bondage, my favorite restraints are the “darbies-style” handcuffs and leg cuffs, shown here:
The picture above is from the website of a guy named Louis, who has a site on Tumblr dedicated to “Straitjackets, medical restraints and more.” You can click to see his blog (which has NOT been censored by Tumblr!) by clicking here.
As Louis writes on his site, these cuffs and much more were sold by Jim Stewart (of blessed memory) and his company, Fetters.
You can learn more about Jim and the history of Fetters by clicking here.
Also, be sure to check out Jim’s very extensive website, featuring tons of content — including lots of stories — available here.
Some more pictures from the archives …
A picture from Folsom Street East 2016