Shock Wired

The nipple electrodes are specially engineered:



Truth Through Electricity

This is my new truth generator. You are going to be helping me test it extensively:


Nudists And Electric Fences

From a Tumblr: “Naked gardening is all good fun until you back into the electric deer fencing and get a rude shock!”

Hot Nipples

When they start to drool with pleasure, you know you’ve got the nipples wired properly:


From Wired Pussy via Bondage Blog.

“Jump Her” Cables Electric Interrogation


Her Electrified Ass

If you’ve ever played with a TENS unit you’ll know it can really make your large muscle groups leap, contract, and even cramp at higher voltages. Tied like this with nowhere for the muscles to move, Skin Diamond is in for a world of hurt when the juice gets turned up:


More here, via ElectroSluts.

Her Electric Pussy Lips

How much more is it going to hurt, when he turns on the electricity to the toothed alligator clamps on her labia?

hot electrified clamps on her labia will make her scream

From the Slave Factory BDSM comic by Feather (a Dofantasy comic.)

Electrode In Her Ass

When he pushes that button and the double-polarity electrified egg that’s in her anus goes hot, I think we can safely predict a lot of squirming and muffled pleading:


From Device Bondage, namely this shoot.

Shocking Herself With A Cattle Prod

How obedient is she? Obedient enough to shock herself with a cattle prod when she’s told to do so:

she shocks herself with a cattle prod on command

Via Bondage Blog.

Neon Wand Accessory Kit

Hey, do you have a Neon Wand? If not, get one! But if you already have one, you may be interested in the new Neon Wand accessory kit that just came out:

neon wand accessory kit

Breast Shock Interrogation

an electric interrogation of her boobs

A TENS On The Nipples: Safe?

Good safety information on electrosex play is very hard to find. Who’s going to do the science? Who’s going to go out on a liability limb for perverts? Nobody. So, what we get is precautionary rules-of-thumb that have the status of holy writ, even though they are based on… well, nobody really knows.

The post I’m linking to is an attempt to do better: to use actual science to figure out what’s safe in above-the-waist electrical play. How good is the result? Well, you’ve got to decide that for yourself, as do we all. Speaking only for myself, I feel that I know more for having read it:

TENS above the waist

Here’s a quote:

Here’s the thing. We’ve all heard the “rule” that you should never play with electricity above the waist. Some people are quite vehement about it.

On the other hand, I’ve never actually heard of above-the-waist electro-play, at least not using electro-stim or TENS units, killing anyone, or even putting them in danger. Medical supply outfits routinely sell TENS (transcutaneous electronic nerve stimulation) units for pain relief, and folks put the electrodes in all sort of places, mostly well above the waist. Nobody appears to have ever died from this.

Since for the most part, when we talk of electro-play, we’re really talking about TENS units or electro-stim units that work on fundamentally the same principle, this seems to fly in the face the oft-quoted advice. Somehow, if there was, I’d expect that somewhere along the line, at least some of the vast numbers of vanillas with a TENS unit and no clue about electricity or physiology would have managed to fry themselves by now.

Science and math follow. From the conclusion:

Short of stabbing probes into your flesh, you’re not going to get a heart-stopping current from a TENS unit, no matter where you put the electrodes. And it’s probably going to get too painful to take before that happens.

Again, not endorsing the conclusion; only you can make life/death decisions for yourself. But there’s a good chance that if you read this, you’ll be better informed than you were before.