Social media platforms and financial institutions are notorious for being anti ANY type of sexual or adult content. It’s not just about censorship and hiding the content, but about stopping those dirty dirty sex people from making any money from it by closing down sources of income, promotional avenues, advertising spaces.
In some cases they have users flag their content as adult content. I have zero problem with this. It seems a sensible way to handle it. But many platforms simply won’t deal with any kind of perfectly legal adult content at all.
I thought I’d post an update on what’s been going on with me. Mundane superficial updates totally count as quality blog posts, right? Of course they do!
I’ve researched new web hosting for my website since my current host doesn’t offer any SSL in their smaller plans. Google is going to start penalising ‘not secure’ sites in searches and such so it’s a bit of a necessity. So I’ll be moving home soon. All going well, you won’t even notice that I’ve* stealthily moved my blog.
*And by ‘I’, I mean MFMWKE (My Fabulous Man Who Knows Everything)
This lovely story is especially delightful because we get to hear both Amina AND her submissive, shaykh talk about finding each other in the light of their Islamic faith and customs.
Authors:Amina & shaykh
My name is Amina, I am married to my slave-puppy and wonderful husband. I like your happy femdom story and want to add mine. This is my happy femdom story from my, and then my husband’s, view. I hope this helps show a positive view of femdom.
I was 26 years old, and in Michigan. My mother went to New York to mosque … Continue Reading
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What has changed, and what I’m seeing more of lately, is people strenuously defending ghosting as a perfectly valid and acceptable relationship-ending option, and insisting that anyone who doesn’t think so is being entitled. Because ‘nobody owes you anything’.
The book is full of joyful stories from F/m folks talking about how they found their partners and what happened next.
In 2011, I did a call out on my blog asking dominant women and submissive men to send me their happy femdom stories and they responded with beautiful accounts of their relationships. In this book, I share 25 heart-warming, joyful, and hopeful real-life femdom relationship stories gathered from people who live them.
The authors tell personal stories of meeting their F/m partners, building their femdom relationships, and how … Continue Reading