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So i got my video, and im watching this one where this chick, una, gets shot in the lower back. Then she has to insert these fluid capsules to help with back support. Now, Goodchild comes in desguised as a doctor, and goes to fiddling in her back wound. Somehow she has an orgasm. Is it just me, or did she actually have an orgasm through her spine?

-- Sgt. Fubar (sgt_fubar@hotmail.com), June 17, 2002


heh, I believe you mean Sybil. And yes, Dr. Goodchild comes in and fiddles with her nerves to cause an orgasm. What a naughty guy he is, isn't he? Of course, he's doing it all to get at Aeon.

One of the things I really liked about that episode was the idea that we make our own cage, and are responsible for our own problems. Sybil made the parts that eventually trapped her in Bregna permanently. She has no one but herself to blame for her wounds.


-- skye (skyknyt@aol.com), June 17, 2002.

When Trevor is messing around inside Cybill he tampers with some nerves here and there to make Cybills new orifice an erogenous zone. I think...

Try http://home.earthlink.net/~rach/aeon.htm to read all about that ep and a few others.

-- Sam (janecherrington@paradise.net.nz), June 17, 2002.

This episode actually deals with dependancy issues... Not only does Trevor make her "spine hole" an erogenous zone but somehow, either by design or because it is so intense she is unable to climax by conventional means. She now relies on Trevor not only for her refill vertebae, but for any kind of sexual pleasure. More interesting to me is the dynamic between Aeon and Sybil's boyfriend (I forget his name now). Obviously this is all just Trevor and Aeon pllaying on each other's jealousy, but the interesting thing is that no matter how much I like to identify with Aeon over Trevor, they are both using inocent pawns in their little game.

-- Loki (buck@mac.com), July 11, 2002.

Yeah - except for one thing, okAAAAY: Onan was no "innocent" in this particular game. As a matter of fact, it all started out as Onan's fkn "game" there to begin with. AEon only got involved because she came to a sort of "Rear-Window" gist of what was going on there by rude coincidence of Sybil having been her next-door neighbor.

Flux went to a shtload of trouble to try to rescue Sybil out from under that mess (The Border running directly between the two of them as it happened among other things, of course) and I, for one, am clueless as to how anyone could equivocate between AEon's versus Trevor's designs as evinced in this particular episode. (Or between Onan's and Trevor's for any of that, in fact, either - but at least there one might have something to debate.)

-- DANGERBOY (artian@charter.net), July 14, 2002.

Aeon was a real heroine. Una was a charity case, desperate. Aeon wouldn't stoop to the degrading level Una would for Onan, (speaking of stooping that wall had a hole in it, well maybe I should go there). Una loved Onan and he enjoyed his game of mental cruelty, (thinking her a fool) with Aeon he knew SHE didn't love him. He worshipped her and when he showed up in his leather outfit it was plain to see he was looking for mistreatment, punishment for the rat he was. He was plainly a fkd up guy. Aeon came up with the perfect sex for this guy: assault and battery!

-- Peiggsie (Peiggsie@aol.com), July 14, 2002.

AAAACKKK! Make THaT SHOULDN'T go there. Now don't go gettin no wrongo ideas bout me here boys!!!!!!!

-- Peiggsie (Peiggsie@aol.com), July 14, 2002.

Just updating into this new post to share my wicked thoughts...

I've always been captivated by the possibility that Trevor was having penetrative sex with Sybil's wound - because that's the kind of naughty boy he is. And me, too, for thinking of such a thing.

BTW, in case I haven't actually caused you to heave cookies yet, there exists medical precedent for this - I've seen at least one case report about a man who gave his girlfriend a serious infection by having intercourse through her


colostomy apeture.

And for you truly inquisitive minds, the correct terminology for this - an artificially created or maintained body cavity - is a 'stoma.'

Now, don't you feel better-educated?

-- Charles Martin (bebop432@earthlink.net), March 06, 2003.

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