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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
  
Sin is a Munich-based English Bakushi, practising BDSM and rope bondage 1987-2001. After a 10-year absence, and having business interests in Japan, took up a fascination with Kinbaku, studying with [[Bingo Shigonawa]] and [[Haruki Yukimura]]. He performs regularly at events in Europe, North America and Japan, but avoids photography and video preferring to remain underground. He describes his style as "sensual/erotic/carnal rope" (官能縄). Sin is the author of [[Year of The Bakushi]].
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Sin is a Munich-based English Bakushi, practising BDSM and rope bondage 1987-2001. After a 10-year absence, and having business interests in Japan, took up a fascination with Kinbaku with [[Bingo Shigonawa]] and [[Haruki Yukimura]]. He demonstrates kinbaku regularly at events in Europe, North America and Japan, but avoids teaching, photography and video preferring to remain underground. He describes his style as "sensual/erotic/carnal rope" (官能縄). Sin is the author of [[Year of The Bakushi]].
  
 
==Interesting point(s)==
 
==Interesting point(s)==

Latest revision as of 19:29, 11 March 2017

Sin

Sin, (male, 1962-)

Activities

Munich-based English Kinbakushi. International underground hardcore SM kinbaku performer. Kinbaku Today contributor. Author.

Alternate Name(s)

Sin

Biography

Sin is a Munich-based English Bakushi, practising BDSM and rope bondage 1987-2001. After a 10-year absence, and having business interests in Japan, took up a fascination with Kinbaku with Bingo Shigonawa and Haruki Yukimura. He demonstrates kinbaku regularly at events in Europe, North America and Japan, but avoids teaching, photography and video preferring to remain underground. He describes his style as "sensual/erotic/carnal rope" (官能縄). Sin is the author of Year of The Bakushi.

Interesting point(s)

Influenced by Nagare Aotsuki, Ero Ouji, Kanna, Bingo Shigonawa and Haruki Yukimura.

Selected Works

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