An Elizabethan collar or space collar (sometimes called a cone) is a protective medical device worn by an animal, usually a cat or dog. Shaped like a truncated cone, its purpose is to prevent the animal from biting or licking at its body or scratching at its head or neck while wounds or injuries heal.
The device is generally attached to the pet’s usual collar with strings or tabs passed through holes punched in the sides of the plastic. The neck of the collar should be short enough to let the animal eat and drink. Although most pets adjust to them quite well, others won’t eat or drink with the collar in place and the collar is temporarily removed for meals.
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The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, conducted by researchers from the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University, is one of the most comprehensive studies on these topics in almost two decades. It includes the sexual experiences and condom-use behaviors of 5,865 adolescents and adults ages 14 to 94.
Initial findings from the survey, presented in nine separate research articles, were published on Oct. 1 in a special issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. “This survey is one of the most expansive nationally representative studies of sexual behavior and condom use ever conducted, given the 80-year span of ages,” said Michael Reece, director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion.
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Producer: Hunter (2010)
Description: Few girls want to live in rural villages nowadays. But before they can move to the city, they must be matured, trained and groomed properly, on special female farms like this one. After their naked breasts have swollen and their rebellious spirits have been tamed, visitors are invited to inspect the livestock, and test their blowjob and cowgirl skills before making a purchase decision. Continue reading “Girls For Sale: Female Livestock Farm”
Producer: Tricoast Studios (2006)
Starring: Andrea Edmondson, Summer Nguyen, Lydia McLane
Producer’s Description: The Pet is a deeply disturbing dramatization by award-winning photo-journalist and director D. Stevens. It is the story of how a suave European businessman seduces a young American girls into a master/pet alternative lifestyle. Ultimately, this unusual love-bond becomes their downfall with the pet falls prey to real international slave traffickers.
Director’s Synopsis: The story follows a young woman who, in an emotional and financial crisis, succumbs to the charm of an aristocratic benefactor. Their relationship develops from her desire to be loved and cared for and his desire to overcome the loss of his beloved setter, a loyal and devoted pet. She agrees for a considerable sum of money to become his human pet, to sleep in a cage, never wear clothes, and to be led on a leash for a period of six-months. His desire to showcase his beautiful new pet and to have her market value appraised prompts him to place her on the GSM [Global Slave Market]. His arrogance and wealth together are no match for the power and ruthlessness of 21st century slave traders. This exploration of power, trust and captivity were inspired by the prevalence of more-or-less consensual slave/master related lifestyles as well as the existence of global systemic servitude that allows for cheap labor. Continue reading “The Pet: A Controversial Petplay Movie”
Producer: Cinemagic (2009)
Starring: Yu Kawakami, Yayoi Yanagida
Description: Men and women with similar erotic tastes gather at this fetish cafe, to chat, tell jokes, and socialize their pets. Whose petgirl is trained the best? Continue reading “Puppy Girl Obedience Training Cafe”
Pamela Anderson has always loved animals: dogs, cats, horses, pigs, cows, and all the rest of the beasts. So when PETA asked her to strip for their cause, she was happy to do it.
“Humans and animals have a lot more similarities than differences. Both have a brain, a nervous system, and most importantly, a heart. And that’s why I’m a vegetarian. I hope that this new campaign helps people come to the same conclusion.”
Some viewers were not amused. Earlier this year, officials in Montreal, Canada, banned the advertisement, in another sad case of men deciding what women should be allowed to do with their own bodies. Continue reading “Pamela Anderson and Friends Strip for Animals”