Pity is the feeling which arrests the mind in the presence of whatsoever is grave and everlasting in human sufferings and unites it with the human sufferer. Terror is the feeling which arrests the mind in the presence of whatsoever is grave and everlasting in human sufferings and unites it with the secret cause." James Joyce(1882-1941), Irish author. Stephen Dedalus, in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, ch. 5(1916). Outlining his aesthetic theory. In Hydrophobia, 922, or Tough Vixen as shes known at Insex, stares into the eyes of the Secret Cause. This is footage of severe nature, not in its violence, but in its purity, its divinity, begging answers to difficult questions. Just when does one cross the line out of the consensual?After watching this footage, how can anyone seriously attempt to define the essence of torture?Its clear from the beginning, that 922 is having difficulty with throat blockage. Though it seems to be hysterical, a reaction to the head of Mr. Pogo that had been driven deep into her ass. She wont clean it off with her mouth and tongue. So he shocks her with the cattle prod until she agrees. A choking reaction comes out of nowhere. Out of the blue. So by the time that shes suspended in a cage, then dunked into the water tank, all hell breaks loose. She goes into hyper-terror, screaming. Please. Please. She says it wildly. She says it softly. Very quiet. Please no. No. He drops her in an inch. A half inch. This is entertainment, he says. Her terror is sensational, frantic, sublime. She begs. She screams. While down in the water, Her eyes are shut, her cheeks puffed out. Her face is closed, blank. In silence. Like a Buddha sitting in perfect composure while contemplating that which "is grave and permanent in human suffering.
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