Submissive in Seattle

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Sub-frenzy and those afflicted

I mentioned early on that upon coming to the realization that this was what I wanted, what I needed, then it was all I could think about. I didn’t really go into what that looked or felt like. The thing about sub-frenzy, at least with me, is it dies down…

For sale, to Good Home.

I was going to hold off on writing on this topic until I had a new job (still working on that) cause I’m not after sympathy, I just want to discuss submissiveness and and depression. Not that there is a connection or even a correlation between the two, but since there are 18.8…

Going to bat

The struggle to make male submission an accepted expression of sexuality is obviously just one teeny-tiny part of a larger struggle for the freedom of sexual expression everywhere. It’s one of those instances, where I figure one should lead, follow or get out of the way. I very much appreciate the…

Heaven’s in the Details

Apropos of the correspondence in this post, and the comments on this one, I’m going to try to express how I can see BDSM as not just sexual but romantic. Dominance and submission are the elements of  BDSM I that I see as having the most potential to be an…

Come on feel the noise

I’m not really a worrier,  I know I’ve written about a lot of things that I “worry” about. What I really mean when I say that, is that I think about something, and then go “that’s probably not great.” (Such as Femdom in Fiction and the messages it sends.) I…

When I say Submissive…

My personal favorite author and definite candidate for a later as close as it gets post Neal Stephenson included the following exchange in his genre-bending epic Cryptonomicon “I don’t like the word ‘addict’ because it has terrible connotations,” Root says one day, as they are sunning themselves on the afterdeck.…

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