Wrap it up. I’ll take her to go.
By Necro Magickal
Photo courtesy CharlotteFetish.com
Dating back thousands of years, mummification was originally practiced with a belief that preserving the dead body assists a soul in the afterlife like a postmortem insurance plan. Its tactics involved embalmer-priests who, when not indulging in necrophilia on sun-dried chicks, performed numerous funerary formulas on the dead. From nasal colostomies to rubbing down the body in herbs and oils without a happy ending, the corpse was wrapped tighter than a virgin squeezing out a clitoral diamond from coal. Needless to say, mummification was generally not a sexual practice. Alas, leave it to the unhinged sexuality of modern man to turn the serious and religious into a Freudian playground of fetishistic genital deviance.
In today’s world of liberated sexuality, almost “anything goes” in regard to what happens beneath the sheets. But for some, what happens beneath the sheets requires a breathing tube and, perhaps, 911 on speed dial. Welcome to the fetish world of mummification!
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