Like their namesake, genuine sadists probably wind up in prison—though more than a few walk freely among us.
In the maiden years of the new millennium, a modern Sade began posting Internet photos of his holidays to Morocco humiliating Muslim women.
Styling himself 'Belguel'—which sounds like 'pretty face'—the Francophone sex tourist boasted that he hadn't even had to pay the women for their services.
The girls he picked up on the streets of Agadir willingly submitted to being sodomized (and worse) because they believed he would whisk them to Europe.
'These sluts are so naïve. If you promise to marry them and take them with you to Brussels they do whatever you ask,' he wrote, alongside a photo of one of the eighty or so women he'd conned into posing for him.
Many of his unwitting victims were single (though some were married) and most were plain.
'NO BETTER DRUG'
In a typical sequence, one of Belguel's prettier victims, a dark-skinned woman with a sweet face, smiles shyly for the camera in a stonewashed jacket and denim skirt.
Before you know it, she's bent over a sofa with her skirt hitched up and her knickers around her knees, spreading her backside.
And that's just the beginning.
In the next photo, she's kneeling naked with a bondage gag in her mouth and her hands tied behind her back.
Belguel has wrapped a rope around her neck, chest and groin and clamped nipple clips on her breasts.
He stands over her, gripping the tail of the rope like a dog lead, having removed his trousers and underpants. He then proceeds to urinate in the bound woman's face (having placed a metal pot in her lap to protect the furnishings).
In another shot, she's wearing a hijab and silk gown, leaving only her face exposed while she kneels and the white man masturbates to completion in her eyes.
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the face of Belguel's victim is clearly visible
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'Look at this girl, her face is covered with two liquids. She didn't like it very much, but she said she was open to learning anything new from the West,' jeered the anonymous correspondent.
In an entry reminiscent of Sade and his era's fascination with nuns, Belguel bragged: 'There is no better drug than to ejaculate on the veiled face of a woman.'