I dragged all of my shoes out of the depths of my wardrobes and decided to make a shoe tower. Easier access, better ability to see what I had, a lovely choice of which to wear before I go out.
But but… after I did it, there was a messy pile of shoe boxes against the wall. It offended my sense of aesthetics, it was completely unacceptable!!
So, I ordered clear shoe boxes to put … Continue Reading
Another photo of my most awesome ropework on the pretty boy…
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I suspect that many of you are familiar with Male Submission Art (if not, why not?!). It is a site that shows beautiful images of male submission that challenge the stereotypes.
Maymay (the founder of malesubmissionart.com) has now created a spinoff called Submissive Secrets. It is a community-based art project inspired by the PostSecret idea.
Submissive Secrets is a forum to tell the stories and share the thoughts, feelings, desires, and fears that submissive … Continue Reading
What do you say or do with your subs to nurture them, make them feel loved and supported?
Kissing, always and more. Lots of physical contact, petting, I like to wrap myself around him, all legs and arms and skin contact. I whisper “Hello, beautiful” or some such to bring him to me, it is a checking in, an acknowledgement, a calling him home. Making him look me in the eye … Continue Reading
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Bikery – The mental image of Suzy … Continue Reading
I post a lot on Fetlife discussion forums.
Occasionally I look at comments I have written and think “I should blog about that”, and I
promptly forget about it file it away carefully. The ideas disappear into the ether because for it to be ‘a blog post’, I need to remember where the damn comment was, clean it up for ‘proper publication, put it in context, add enough personal bias to make it offensive, and … Continue Reading
…would you like to talk again sometime?
Thank you, but no.
You have apologised to me and I do accept your apology, but frankly, corresponding with someone whose second email to me was abuse is not something I am interested in doing.
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