I think one is required to wear some sort of trousers/skirt/something in the kitchen. For safety reasons, Sir, of course.
Sarah and Stephen’s story began here Why was roleplay with Stephen so difficult to take seriously? It had seemed like an excellent way to experience a punishment without things getting too personal. It had worked before, with Mark, why was it suddenly so difficult to get her mind into the game? Sarah looked up … Continue reading Intensive Coursework: Early Bedtime
-image via Mr. Adams' Study For her sake, I hope we're seeing the aftermath of the slipper and not just a preview of what is yet to come.
“I find you intriguing; you’re the only person I’ve met who doesn’t respond to intimate touch.” I was a bit taken aback. I thought I liked intimate touch. Hugs are wonderful, cuddling is incredibly comforting. Kissing though, that’s a bit sloppy and something I’d rather avoid. And I’d not like you fiddling with … Continue reading Oddities and Experimentation
This may work, though I think it's easier to think when one is comfortable. For example, it's easier to think when one's bottom isn't smarting. I think I should mention that to him next time, I'm sure he'll see reason.
I see the look of ill-disguised pity in their eyes, hear the murmurs as they pass. I don’t blame them for staring; no one else has come to the cinema alone. They do not see that you are with me, though you left for home this morning. They do not know that you brought … Continue reading Alone
I think I might be able to fit one of these in my apartment without any passing vanillas noticing. . . then again, a few non-vanillas might get the idea that I need cornertime, so perhaps I won't invest just yet!
I wrote about crying during a spanking a few months back. A lot has changed in the meantime- and thankfully not much of it has involved crying. This is still something very close to the core of my submission, however. The desire to be brought to that state of emotional vulnerability and exhaustion and surrender still pulls … Continue reading Tears, Revisited
I just realised that I forgot to point out in my review of Elizabeth's Flight that Susan Thomas has also recently launched her own site, which has been added to the blogroll on the right. I look forward to visiting for tidbits of news as well as hearing about any upcoming releases.
Sarah and Stephen’s story began here Sarah tried not to feel silly, tied to door. Even with the curtains pulled, the bright afternoon sunlight lent a cheery air to the sitting room, an atmosphere she’d tried to cultivate in her home but one which didn’t exactly help her enter a submissive frame of mind. … Continue reading Intensive Coursework: Afternoon Delight