Submissive in Seattle

About the author

I’m Peroxide

I’m 26, lived in Seattle for a couple of years, been getting into BDSM for about that long. Besides having an aversion to large groups of strangers, I’m not entirely comfortable in the BDSM scene. Most of my kink takes place in private with my girlfriend and dominant Professor Chaos.

I’m Christian, though I’m not super comfortable in churches either, and I’ve written a fair amount about how that conflicts with my sexuality.

Currently I’m back in school, writing a lot, posting here when I can. If you want to know more about me personally read this page (or the rest of the blog), find me on Twitter, Fetlife, or shoot me an e-mail


8 thoughts on “About the author

  1. thegoddesszoe

    You sound like you are on the right track, now we just have to find you a steady Goddess Girlfriend, who will take control of those balls, and put you into chastity…you will love it, and it will make your life complete!

    1. Peroxide

      I’m just gonna let you know that I only approved this comment, because it made me laugh.

      Zoe, I don’t suppose you read much of my blog just yet, but if you choose to you may find that my fantasies are a bit more down to earth. I dislike, “goddess” as a honorific because it feels blasphemous, and I haven’t ever fantasized about chastity.

      I really think that the world and relationships are much more complicated than “all men, should submit to all women.”

    1. Peroxide

      You know, I’m looking for a relationship here, not just a fantasy. I think that all sorts of play need to be openly negotiated ahead of time, as such certain words might be off the table for either or both parties.

      And besides, I want to submit, it turns me on. I don’t need to be coerced into anything. I don’t imagine that being in chastity is going to make me any more willing to do the things I already want to do, or make me willing to compromise on matters of principle. Does anyone even want a sub who would throw away his beliefs or his upbringing just to get off?

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