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Man walks fiance on leash through mall; Uproar ensues
Posted 5/25/15 , edited 5/25/15

An engaged Staten Island couple caused an Internet firestorm after pictures of the man walking his fiancée through the Staten Island Mall on a leash went viral


Nathan Riely, 30, was seen walking his fiance, "Xena", 21, through a mall in the NYC borough of Staten Island.


He defended this by saying it's "puppy play", a non sexual form of domination, adding


"The leash and collar are symbols of our bond to one another."


He says this isn't abusive


He also said he is not forcing "Xena" to do anything she doesn't want to,



What do you think of this? I'm all for free expression, but this is just freaky.

http://www.nydailynews.com/staten-island-couple-explian-bdsm-puppy-play-lifestyle-article-1.2233993?utm_content=
Posted 5/25/15 , edited 5/26/15
If they are both into it I see no harm. It's a bit strange though.
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uhhhh...is this like a non sexual form of public bondage, thats what it seems like.
this is definitely creepy.
also, this is like black prince and wolf girl right?
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Want to do it in your bedroom go for it, in public hell no!
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I knew this was going to get weird when I read her name was Xena
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Jesus! LOL ROFLMFAO!...
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Ugh, just deform them and put them in a zoo... kidding xD
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While I admit I be freak out a bit as long as both are consenting then I see no problem. Differently not something you would see everyday.
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I dont really feel qualified to talk about the sexual implications of this. But I will say dont expect fetishy shit you do in the property of your home to fly in public.

Im get being down with BDSM, leather, whips, and other kinky shit (not my thing personally but theres nothing wrong with it) but thats not appropriate for the public.
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LMAO.
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I have no objection to his taking her on walks as long as he picks up her leavings.

But really, though: I personally have no objection provided both participants are consenting throughout.
Posted 5/25/15

BlueOni wrote:

I have no objection to his taking her on walks as long as he picks up her leavings.

But really, though: I personally have no objection provided both participants are consenting throughout.


In public though? At the mall no less.
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BlueOni wrote:

I have no objection to his taking her on walks as long as he picks up her leavings.

But really, though: I personally have no objection provided both participants are consenting throughout.


Ehh I dont know about them doing it in public. Cant morally say I have a problem with it but I dont really know if its something you should do in public.

Very Mentors-esque and anything that reminds me of the Mentors makes me uncomfortable.
Posted 5/25/15

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BlueOni wrote:

I have no objection to his taking her on walks as long as he picks up her leavings.

But really, though: I personally have no objection provided both participants are consenting throughout.


Ehh I dont know about them doing it in public. Cant morally say I have a problem with it but I dont really know if its something you should do in public.


I have no moral objections to it either but not in public.
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In public though? At the mall no less.


Not especially, no. The owners of the businesses might not be so open-minded, though, and this doesn't really seem like something that merits protection. I don't object to their being allowed to do this in public, and I don't object to business owners asking them to stop or leave if someone complains. I just wouldn't be the person to complain.
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