St. Andrew’s Cross

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St. Andrew’s Cross

An X-shaped bondage frame used in BDSM role-play, in which the so-called submissive is restrained by ligatures that tie him or her at the ankles, wrists and waist in a spreadeagle position.
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In 1603, when the new King James I and VI tried to make one united flag, the Scots resisted because the saltire cross had been given an inferior position in the design.
AN INSPIRATIONAL SIGN: Picts were said to have been heartened in battle when a saltire cross was seen in the sky as they fought the Northumbrians in modern-day East Lothian