A post from a strong woman with a submissive heart.
A look back on the beginnings of my 24/7 BDSM relationship.
A former Dominatrix talks about the signs of a fake submissive.
Hello lovelies, I wanted to share with you this little bit of bratting because I thought it'd give you all a chuckle ready for the start of the weekend. It's a little glimpse of little me when she is in super bratty silly mode, yay! Wolfie: (Punishment tickles) Me: No! Okay, okay! I'm sorry! Wolfie:... Continue Reading →
Hello lovelies, So confession time, lately I've been feeling a bit run down with something. I have this sordid, twisted little medical fantasy and I know Wolfie doesn't share it. For a few weeks, I sort of felt torn between the man I love and my fetish, the not knowing, and the curious and insatiable... Continue Reading →
Hey lovelies, I write this piece with the approval of my good Sir and after a recent night of weakness for him. You see, this post is not about lambasting him for the way he is, but rather, the importance of accepting him the way he is. In pop culture, Alphas (male and female) are... Continue Reading →
I write this post with somewhat of a heavy heart. I hate calling Wolfie out when he manages to upset me, and yet, something compels me to write about it. You see, in our journey, I realise that as an inexperienced Dominant, he makes a number of "rookie" mistakes. If he is making rookie mistakes,... Continue Reading →
Yesterday, I walked out into the kitchen to discover another puddle on the floor, "I'm gonna have to call you back" I said to my Mum on the phone. Promptly ending the call, I mopped up the water and dropped to my knees. Under the sink the cold water inlet was dripping prolifically again. Having... Continue Reading →
Last night, my good Sir and I needed to have a serious discussion. I'd raised the fact that I'd had some dark and nefarious thoughts and the fact that I felt like a freak because he wasn't particularly interested in them. I could see in his face that he was incredibly anxious and he admitted... Continue Reading →