She only knows that Vicky, a tall, blond, year-old newlywed who worked as an account manager and who could calculate a balance sheet or assemble a wardrobe without breaking a sweat, was strangled by her husband one night in November in Vicky had married Michael Roberts just five months earlier, but the couple had been together for four years and lived close to their families in Warrington, in Cheshire. Jan, her husband and their three other children saw Roberts as part of the family. Fortunately, there was ample evidence to speak for Vicky. The pathology report showed her injuries could not have been inflicted by a dressing gown cord and the force used was excessive.
The fatal, hateful rise of choking during sex | Society | The Guardian
This type of sexual activity involves intentionally cutting off the air supply for you or your partner with choking, suffocating, and other acts. People who are into breath play say it can heighten sexual arousal and make orgasms more intense. Still, this activity is an increasingly recognized kink, and steps can be taken to make it somewhat safer for the curious. Different types of breath play pose different risks, and precautions can help you prevent possible issues. Like many other kinks and sexual curiosities, breath play is of interest to people for many different reasons. Here are three common ones.
Celebrity deaths: Auto-erotic asphyxiation is a risky sex game
Autoerotic asphyxiation is an act taking place while pleasuring oneself, and requires nearly suffocating. Unsurprisingly, the nature of this act can easily lead to death. Bringing oneself to the brink of death while alone is, perhaps, not the wisest plan.
Warning: Neither the writer, nor Big Easy Magazine directly endorse the sexual practice of breathplay, erotic asphyxiation, or especially auto-erotic asphyxiation. Consult a medical professional before trying any of these practices. The author completely discourages most forms of auto-erotic asphyxiation. For more details, continue reading the article.