#50Shades Of Hay! #BDSM & PonyPlay

Beautiful Legs In Black Leather Horseman Boots With Riding-Crop

Original Article by Christina Mandara writing for Marquis Magazine

Pony Play, also known as animalism or pet play, is a BDSM animal role-play. There are many forms of animal role-play – cats, dogs and pigs to name but a few, but one of the most popular pet play fetishes is pony play.

What is pony play?

It’s where one person dresses up as a horse or acts like a horse and another takes on the responsibility of trainer. The role-play will often encompass erotic elements between the horse and partner. Often associated with BDSM because it contains many elements of dominance and submission, pony play has gathered quite a following in the past few years. When Anne Rice’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ books hits our screens shortly, it’s about to gather a lot of new attention.

Aristotle is claimed to have enjoyed being ridden like a horse, and sometimes pony-play is termed ‘The Aristotelian Perversion.’

When did it all begin?

The earliest published images of animal role-play were released in 1946 and were the work of John Willie, who placed them in the Bizarre magazine. The origins of pony play probably date much earlier than that in non-sexual contexts because it was commonly found in tribal cultures, where members might take on the spiritual or physical role of the animal they were hunting. This can be found depicted in ancient cave paintings.

Animal play in modern day life

The most common form of animal play today is the ‘catgirl.’ Made famous for her skin-tight latex costumes in Batman, a standard catgirl will have pointed ears, a tail and whiskers. She will regularly be seen preening and licking her paws, and acting coquettishly. The roll was initially associated with timidity and submission, but the latter versions of catgirl have placed her as smart, cunning, and having more than her fair share of nine lives.

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