your brother or sister, a cousin or a friend?
Did you have any good bondage experiences while growing up? Have you been captured by the next door girl while playing Cowboys and Indians?
This site is for you to post stories about, or discuss, TRUE experiences of childhood/teenhood tie-up games in which you were involved. These stories should be about games that do not have intimate or sexual overtones.
ceux veulent publier leurs histoires en franšais.
Restrained Tastes(home of Doug's Knotbuster great sites)
Tied and True Tales(Mason's Tied and True Tales)
Alt Sex Stories Text RepositoryThe great folks who host my site, home to over 500 authors of erotic literature, host of the alt.sex.stories.moderated newsgroup, mcstories.com, mirror site for nifty.org, and host of several popular erotic literature archives.
For those of you who don't understand German or French but wouldn't want to miss a story, I suggest you go to Altavista's translation page. Just type the URL of the page that you want to translate, and you will get an approximate translation. Have fun!
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