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Prison Camp Whipping

I cant help but believed that the uniformed woman beating a man bound to a post is a guard in a Nazi concentration camp. Some inhibition caused the editor ot obliterate the swastika emblem from her arm band.

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Originally posted 2013-02-23 07:10:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

6 comments to Prison Camp Whipping

  • Raposo Neves

    Yeah, it’s a WWII theme. And he’s not just any man, he’s an American soldier! Never before (or after) has the world seen such a bunch of cool dudes. They sure made the stupid nazis look like retards in their stiff designer-made third-reich “aesthetics”.

    D-day is the greatest event in human history. Omaha, Utah… I get shivers down to my frickin’ toes when I think of that assault.

    This drawing is hastily made, but the illustrator made the guy look good. I would have given him a little more meat on the back of his upper left thigh and butt, and maybe fixed the flatness on his right arm, but that’s about all. His boots are great.

    • …..and being one who knows a thing or two about fire arms (some would even define me as a girl with a gun), I would have gladly shot dead that stupid bitch with the whip without any hesitation. But not before I would have forced her down to her knees, in which relaxed position she would be more than willing to follow my order to curse her slimy boss and the rest of her adored Teutonic cockroaches. After having fed her remains to the dogs (German Shepherds of course), I would have turned to your American hero, and revealed to him what feminine whipping is really about.

      • Raposo Neves

        Definitively a better situation. The obnoxious woman is obliterated, the dogs are fed and relaxed, and the hero gets a surprise he could never have dreamed of.

  • Nazi’s and war in general are horrible in real life, but in the realm of fantasy – where anything goes – Nazi FemDom BDSM porn is super hot for many.

  • bootlicker

    The blacked-out circle on the Guard’s armband may be a concession to the post-war German law forbidding display or publication of the swastika and other political images of the N*zi party … a law I think is still in effect in reunified Germany into the 21st century. Ironic, perhaps, that the verboten *political* symbol will get you arrested, but the sociological symbolism of the entire drawing is evidently not actionable.

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