I’m in a slump, which happens from time to time, though normally it’s short-lived and personal-mood based. This time, though, I guess the end of times we’ve all been living through (fire! plague! drought! flood! pestilence!) explains why so many of us are feeling like achieving the most minor of things is a huge effort and a major achievement (it is! truly!). It feels like I should be coming out of this malaise right about … Continue Reading
This fabulous femdom podcast is full to the brim of more of my pearls of wisdom.
It includes the following:
- How to raise the topic of D/s with a possibly vanilla date?
- What’s your favourite impact implement?
- A domme wonders if being into D/s means she’s destined to be alone
- A husband and wife have mismatching desires, so now what?
- Do you think you might have an unrealistic ‘idealised image of a partner’ in mind?
Why yes, I DID have a little rant on twitter about how we educate new dominant women about D/s in such a way that we seem to end up with a completely un-nuanced dichotomy: Either you pander to your sub completely, or you’re abusive. With nothing in-between.
—Twitter link here (scroll up to see the conversation)
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I haven’t received a new happy femdom story for quite a while, so I can’t tell you how delighted I was when Mason dropped this one into my inbox on Valentine’s day like a very welcome gift.
Welcome to the story of Mason and Bella, whose college-sweetheart romance led to marriage, and then evolved over the years into the female led relationship they both enjoy now.
My heart! :))
Playing youth soccer, … Continue Reading
I know a lot of folks don’t want to associate their name with femdom content at all anywhere ever. I hear ya!
But did you know that you can submit anonymous book reviews on Amazon?
It’s easy: You just edit your display name on your review to something else as shown in the image above.
It doesn’t link back to your profile or real user name or account (it will, however, change the name on … Continue Reading
The use of dog shock collars in BDSM play isn’t that widespread, but they’ve been suggested as fun toys pretty much forever. And I can definitely see the appeal. Low effort, high impact: What’s not to love about pressing a button and bringing someone to attention (or to their knees)?
If you’ve ever gone to youtube and looked at videos of people testing shock collars (I mean, haven’t we ALL done that? What? Just me? … Continue Reading
It includes some tease.
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I shimmied up towards your face and pulled your head up by your hair so that you was facing my crotch.
“Is this what you want, boy?” I asked as I widened my legs and inched