My answer to Would you buy a gadget from the near future that helped you regulate your behavior with a little pain?
Answer by Desmond Last:
I was at an Uber Fetish Party in Sydney. It was at a Private home, well-attended with good hosts. I could not help but notice a guy whose body would occasionally give an involuntary movement. He was dressed in his leather gear and seemed a little apprehensive.
I couldn't help my curiosity and wandered over to him. After a little chat I asked him why he kept having spasms.
He explained that he had an electric shock machine wired to his ‘manhood’ and if he did not behave as expected he would get his kilo-volt shock.
His Mistress was standing nearby and talking away to people and taking what seemed to be no notice of him – then she would suddenly look at him and zap – he would then spasm and carry on as if nothing had happened.
I still remember trying hard not to laugh and even today it makes me laugh.
Still each to his own.
In answer to your quesion I would say no. We have enough regulation without needing to be reminded of it.