Kink of the Week Jan 16-31: Clothespins
Clothespins or Clothes Pegs to us Brits were invented back in the 1700 by the Shaker community where made of wood and where two prongs with a short distant between then to force the clothes between. The design we know nowadays with the spring was invented by David M. Smith in Vermont in 1853. They are ideal for using to pin your clothes to a washing line but they can also be corrupted for other kinker uses.
It is possible to use them in all sorts of creative ways, on tongues, genitals and nipples but also on the skin in general and of course some evil bastard invented the zipper, where they are all attached together and can be torn off the body with one swift painful yank.
So tell me about clothespins/pegs. Do you love perverting an everyday object? Where on the body have you used them? Are they more or less painful/enjoyable than clamps when it comes to nipples etc? Are there parts of your body which is an absolute no when it comes to pegs. Are you the person having them put on you or the one doing the putting on? What about the whole thing does it for you? Maybe it is something you have never done but want to try? Or something that is a hard limit for you?
Let’s Get Our Kink On and talk about: Clothespins
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