Forced motion

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Drawing from Das Bad am Samstagabend by Wilhelm Busch (1868).

Forced motion (for lack of a better word) refers to one person hauling, carrying, dragging, pulling or pushing another person away to another place. So both people are moving together, but one is active (enforcing the movement), while the other is passive.

Forced motion is used:

  • when a person is unable to walk themselves (e.g. unconscious or too weak)
  • to show one's love or affection (mostly in carrying)
  • when a person is unwilling to go to the place where the other person wants him to (resistance)
  • when a person is compliant, but the other person wants to ensure that there is no resistance, and/or to demonstrate their power or authority

Methods of forced motion[edit]

Drawing from Hänsel und Gretel by Wilhelm Busch (1864).
"Forced motion to a place of punishment", artwork by Euticus (2013).
Artwork by Wolfheart (2018).

Examples are:

Human animal roleplay[edit]

Various types of forced motion are an essential part of human animal roleplay. In pony play training, the submissive is forced – usually at the point of a whip or riding crop – to prance about like a horse, give "pony rides" while crawling on all fours, and pull a two-wheeled sulky cart. Doggie training involves similar animal minicry involving crawling, being led on a leash, playing "fetch", performing tricks, etc.

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