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Yup, we saw you perk up in your seat with the mention of handcuffs. Why are handcuffs so damn sexy in the first place? Control — or lack thereof — is a huge factor. And a lot of our attraction to the whole control issue has to do with punching a clock every day. The same goes for someone who is more passive in their day-to-day life. Here are four positions with handcuffs that are going to totally take your sex life to the next level. The dominant person is on top, probably talking dirty. If someone likes bondage, the immobility and ravishment are generally part of its delight. Bend your legs up and reach back for your feet. From there, try kissing your partner on the lips, then slowly moving down, stopping to nibble and tease the nipples.
Viral animated images of a new Star Wars character, nicknamed Baby Yoda, are back online after a brief ban. But the animations disappeared late last week after Giphy - the platform used to make them - blocked the posts. It said it had done so because of "confusion" about their legal status. Disney had faced criticism after news site The Vulture had reported that its own Baby Yoda posts had been removed for "copyright reasons", adding that "Disney decided that Gifs of this beautiful being should be removed from the internet! Many fans subsequently complained on social media about the US media giant's supposed intervention. But Giphy has since clarified that Disney was not to blame. Variety has reported that the California-based firm intends to launch a wide range of tie-in merchandise for the character ahead of Christmas, so will likely benefit from its viral status. Disney has also shared its own imagery of the character online. There is no US legal precedent for Gifs being forced off the net on copyright grounds.
LONDON — The former police officer who raped and murdered a young woman may have handcuffed and arrested her under the false pretense of her breaching Covid lockdown restrictions, a London court heard Wednesday. Sarah Everard , whose death sparked a nationwide outcry about violence against women in the U. Wayne Couzens, who was a serving member of London's Metropolitan Police at the time, pled guilty in July to murdering the year-old marketing executive. That was the start of her lengthy ordeal, including an mile journey while detained, Little said.