A photographic story of bondage and escape!

I’ve been extremely busy lately with two night classes I’m taking. Each class assigns at least 20 hours of homework each week, so I’m beyond maxed out between these and work and the rest of my life. If I had known how much work they would be, I would have taken only 1 at a time. So naturally, I forgot about ordering this little gem, and was pleasantly surprised when I found out in the mail.

I purchased it a while back after finding it by pure accident on Etsy. Unfortunately, after paying, my shipping address was mysteriously changed, so it shipped to the wrong state, and I had to wait for it to get forwarded. Which is why I forgot I ordered it at all.

It was published in the late 80s, and is the last of a series of 9 magazines put out with reprints of Irving Klaw’s photos. I’ve never purchased any kind of shut magazine before, and I’m not a big Klaw fan. I had never heard of him before this. I simply saw this magazine, and was intrigued. And boy was I right. It is really entertaining. It tells little stories about “damsels in destress,” which is the name and focus of the collections they published.

Here a good example. In this little story, a devious masked woman captures and ties up these two innocent women. GASP! OH NO!! … (of course they are all in their underwear by pure coincidence)

Just look how evil she is! She’s wearing a mask to hide her identity!

She spanks them with a riding crop, and then leaves then both bound and gagged, laying on the floor. What will they do?!?

But what’s this?!? Are they getting away?

Now they’ve taken their captor by surprise! Ah ha!!

Turn around is fair play here! And the evil captor gets what’s coming to her. Now she is bound and spanked by both of her former prisoners! Then they leave her tied up and gagged alone on the couch. Oh how the tables have turned!

Ah, if only I were to be that captor. But, alass, not today.

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