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I fucking hate BDSM bears and ducks, but for whatever reason, I’m into kinky twists on holiday imagery (or is that holiday twists on kinky imagery?). Thanksgiving bondage turkeys and gingerbread men-in-distress are creative and clever (bears with ball gags and leather-rubber-ducks are not).

Anyway, in my daily browsing of design blogs, I ran across these adorable images of gingerbread torture. The rolling pin gingerbondage image seemed particularly kinky — poor gingerboy is stretched across a cooling rack, bound with kitchen twine to the heavy wooden rolling pins that probably already worked him over good…

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The images were designed by creative agency Zulu Alpha Kilo for Fangoria, a horror fan magazine around since 1979. The ad campaign, “Holiday Horror,” won bronze in the 2013 Epica Awards this year in the ‘media’ category. Clever and cute, right?

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And of course, there’s that photograph of the crude but elaborate gingerdungeon an anonymous Stranger/Slog reader sent in a couple of years ago… “The Gingerbread House of Pleasure and Pain.” I give it a 9 for creativity, but a 5 for neatness… but seriously, what else are kinky people supposed to do at holiday parties?

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  3 Responses to “gingerbread men (in pain) and holiday gingerbondage”

  1. Inappropriate Elf on the Shelf has been my indulgence this holiday season. I’ve seen him in Christmas light bondage, threesomes with Barbie and licking a candy cane glory hole with this eerie 1950’s cheery elf smile on its face. *shiver*

  2. I haven’t made Gingerbread men since 7th grade I think. This makes it completely interesting again!

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