Medical fetishism

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Medical fetishism

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Share this event:. Get Tickets. Not Available. Event A Brief History of Medical Fetishism Most people find doctors and the medical procedures frightening; scary; even creepy.

Medical fetishism

And nowhere is that better illustrated then in the life - and death, of Bob Flanagan, Super-Masochist. I came across Bobs writing at a sensitive time in my evolution as as a Dominatrix. It was the 90s.

Medical fetishism

Medical fetishism, being one of the darkest of those secrets. The racy images on MTV were titillating, but they certainly didnt absolve me of my Jewish guilt. But Bob Flanagan did.

Medical fetishism

For those of you who dont know, Bob Flanagan suffered from Cystic Fibrosis. This debilitating and fatal illness caused him to ostensibly grow up in hospital, where he sexualized his treatments as a coping mechanism, eventually becoming a Super Masochist. Bob was also the medical fetishism living person with Cystic Fibrosis at that time. So, no history of Medical Fetishism would be complete without a discussion of the life and work of Bob Flanagan and his partner in crime, Mistress, and wife, photographer Sheree Rose.

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Medical fetishism

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Medical fetishism

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