Sunday, March 20, 2011

Proper Fit for a Ball Gag

There are so many types of mouth gags, that it is hard to find one that is suitable. My preferences run to the solid rubber ball. I don't like the plastic ones with the holes in them for easier breathing. A ball gag is not for the comfort of the victim.



The ball gag should be big enough to fill the mouth completely, but it’s important that it doesn't push against the teeth and open the mouth to wide. The victim should know that her mouth is filled completely yet you don't want a gaping hole for the mouth with drool running everywhere.



The ball should be under-inflated. I find that when the ball is softer, it tends to move in the mouth as the air is pushed from one side to the other by the victim's own movements as she struggles. It produces a very desirable effect. It the victim tries to close her mouth, it forces the air to the back of the ball and also the back of her mouth. If the ball fills her mouth completely, the ball will have no place to go except for the tiny opening of her throat. This will produce a delightful gagging sensation in the victim as it tries to squeeze into her throat.



The victim's own struggles will intensify, fighting to keep it out, finally opening her mouth wider in spite of the pain to keep it out. This will only last a few moments until her struggle will prove futile, clenching her mouth tighter once again, the ball forced into the tight opening of her throat once again, another delicious gag from deep in her throat.



You will enjoy the tears in her eyes and the way her throat bobs up and down each time she gags on the ball. Yet there is no escape for her, suffering in silence for your pleasure.

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