“Capture the pain somehow of having clamps on your labia, this can be a photo or video.”
I hate clamps. Yes, I like pain so it’s a bit of a love-hate relationship but let me repeat myself: I hate clamps! Or, at the very least I hate these clamps, the binder clips and have since the very first time Lois told me to use them. The last time I used these, therefore, was when Lois punished me over a year ago. That time she told me to put one on each side of my labia and one on each of my nipples each, keep them there for 35 minutes, followed by an agonisingly long time of masturbation. I uploaded the video of this on C4S (feel free to contact me on mlslpup@gmail or on Onlyfans about it instead) and I’ll write a blog post about it one day. Anyhow, point made. Clamps hurt me.
Truth be told, I had no idea how to capture my pain. You can make noise on video so I guess that might be how? But considering the last task, that would mean she’d want me to make a proper video and quite frankly, putting myself in pain is difficult enough as it is. I did decide to film it but with the idea that it might be fun to watch as an extra. I was going to capture the pain in pictures because I simply enjoy taking pictures more and think I’m better at it.
Attaching the clamps
I get so nervous about putting these clamps on. I know I should just do it in one go but I really can’t make myself so instead, I do it painstakingly slowly. By that, I mean that I let them close by another millimetre every few seconds or so. I don’t think it actually helps, but it makes my mind think it does. To my surprise, however, putting them on didn’t hurt as much as I remembered it to be. In hindsight, I know that putting these on my nipples is far worse. Having the clamps on for a long time is more painful on my labia through and attempting to capture pictures while wearing them kept them on for a little bit. (I put a video in which I’m attaching the clamps on my Onlyfans.)
Capturing pain on an image is a bit of a challenge but I realised I do certain things when I’m in pain. For example, my hands tend to clench into fists or hold onto my skin, which is quite prevalent. In fact, my hands often reveal how I’m feeling. When I’m nervous my fingers will be nervously playing with each. When I feel depressed my nails may be digging into my fingers. When I’m caught in thoughts my fingers are often tapping along to a song that’s playing in my head.
I don’t tend to make a lot of noise (even in pain kink wise) or verbally express how I’m feeling. Observing my body language and facial expression is your best bet at figuring out how I’m doing. While my hands go a long way, my face will give you the best clue as I’m very expressive. I also believe that eyes are truly the window to the soul and so in addition to the pictures below, I took a picture of my half-open eyes squinting in pain for Roxy, which captured my pain most successfully.