But as for reviving the kink in my kinky relationship (because I also have a much more vanilla relationship), I really don’t want to lose that. But it’s hard to find the effort when most of me says, “Just snuggle on the couch and watch Netflix.” In fact, I’ve even been finding myself wanting to be topped quite a bit lately, which is unusual for me. It’s like I want to be the person who doesn’t have to think and make the decisions.
I have my first vore caller, and I am so excited!
When is femdom “real?”
But sometimes…just sometimes…I like to bottom.
And for a reward? Well, you know that patience is a virtue, and by now you should be VERY virtuous. So just stay like that for me. For a little while longer. Or a lot. It’s hard to decide, but I think I’ll know when the time is right.
Is your resolve weakening a bit as we move into October? Are you thinking that maybe you don’t want to keep your cock locked up for your Mistress or even to meet your own personal goals?
The question was, “Is femdom inherently feminist?
I own a lot of toys. Like too many toys. Whenever I go to a kink con or event where there are vendors, I usually walk away with something. A new stingy crop. A pretty leather flogger. I have a Liberator Esse that I tell people is my “yoga chair.” Not sure they believe that …
We’re back from kink camp, and as promised, here is my follow up episode to our experience!
But you’ll also hear a lot of dommes say that many of these men aren’t REALLY submissive. They’re bottoms. They like kinky play, but that’s all. They don’t actually want a woman to be in charge and in control. They just want a woman to…you know…do stuff to them. Tie them up. Control their orgasms. “Make” them give a lot of oral sex. (I know. My heart bleeds for them.)