Cartoons and Bondage

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Cartoons and Bondage

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I don't know if I'm the only one who noticed but in a lot of cartoons had tying up scenes? obviously they won't have someone die in a cartoon so the second best thing you can do to remove a character from the equation is to just tie them up and honestly that probably is the catalyst for a lot of us. I had cartoon crushes and seeing them tied up and wriggling around and making muffled noises normalized it for me and made it less of a taboo thing I guess because you can trace it back to a more innocent time. Has anyone else realized their kinks stem from a cartoon?

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Oh yeah, Daphne and Thelma in Scooby Doo!

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The Sub-Mariner, Prince Namor comics had a few very good bondage scenes.

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Lois Lane in the Superman comics and films was a frequent wearer of ropes.
And chains.
Batman had a few.
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Let us never forget early Wonder Woman...

Batgirl..

The Dungeons and Dragons cartoon had a nice scene or two.

Thundarr the Barbarian had a great tape mummification scene.

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Some other shows that had some nice scenes...

Penelope Pitstop
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
GI Joe

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Binding was originally a way to stop any villain. Shibari has deep historical roots and has never been a kink before. Complex knots are just a way to reliably capture the villain.

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Every time I watch an old episode of Penelope Pitstop, I wonder if the show's writer and/or producer was into bondage. In fact, I think Penelope had a bondage fetish. She was so easily captured and tied up in every episode, yet when it's time to escape, she could always do so with some quick thinking as if getting out of danger was an effortless task available at any time. Why didn't she use that quick thinking to avoid getting captured in the first place?

It says a lot about a cartoon character when her catchphrase was her screaming for hayalp. But was she really looking for someone to save her, or was she pretending to resist and hiding the fact that she enjoyed being tied up?

There's also April O'Neil from Ninja Turtles. In the first TMNT cartoon, she wasn't tied up as often as Penelope Pitstop (as far as I know; I wasn't born yet and I only saw Youtube clips) but she was very frequently a damsel in distress. Being a reporter meant she was constantly snooping around and often getting caught.
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