This article fills my heart with joy and reinforces everything I’ve heard about the male chastity-device experience from a chap’s point of view. Here’s just a little bit of it:
“…That was part of the fun of this whole experiment: knowing that I was walking around, having meetings, going to work, and riding the subway with this weird toy in my pants. It was my own kinky secret, and I liked it.
But that was the most enjoyable part. The weirdest thing about the chastity device was that it made me think about my dick all the time, while also rendering it completely obsolete. I wanted to fuck everything, but I couldn’t fuck anything. It was sort of like having a black hole in my pants, pulling everything toward it, but there was nothing there…”
To read the full piece by Brian Moylan at the Huffington Post, click here.
If you’re a gentleman slut with a penchant for strap-on bumming and a bit of forced-bi, there’s another Grand Slutathon on 4th December. I’ll be there, as will several other wonderful Dommes. Book soon as it’s bound to sell out. Click here for more.
Here’s part of an interesting piece by Catherine Scott for Bitch Magazine about how society and the media view male sexual submission:
“…I recently attended a play party and got chatting with a male dominant while a male submissive was strapped to a nearby spanking bench and flogged by his female dominant. The submissive was young, slightly built, and wearing only a skimpy G-string. The dom I was conversing with admitted he found it hard to watch another man being dominated, because he felt the male submissive was letting their side down. “I want to say, ‘be a man!’” he admitted, although he went on to say he respected that submission made this particular man happy. In her essay “Maid To Order: Commercial S/M and Gender Power,” Anne Mclintock points out that “S/M theatrically flouts the edict that manhood is synonymous with mastery, and submission a female fate.” Indeed, the media fascination that results every time a powerful man is caught associating with a dominatrix implies an ongoing curiosity about BDSM’s power to invert gender stereotypes…”
Full article here.
I’ve found a rather lovely article by a kink-curious ‘nilla about “10 Pieces Of BDSM Gear Ranked By How Scary It Would Be To Be Trapped Inside”. As well as a fascinating insight into BDSM equipment from someone on the outside, there are some beautiful photos of items I now wish to have a go on myself.
“…What with it’s rich history, distinct aesthetic and taboo nature, this specific sexual niche is particularly intriguing to those of us on the outside. The 50 Shades of Grey franchise wouldn’t be such a hit if details of the kinky world didn’t titillate and excite.There’s something so impressive about BDSM. It requires a lot of trust and imagination; for the dearly devoted, it also requires a lot of accoutrements. There are outfits and paddles and punishment chairs, suspension devices, whips, a variety of different collars, clamps, and leashes, electrical stuff–there’s a lot of equipment. A lot of it tripped me out…”
Click here to see the article by Joanna Rafael and accompanying photos at Blisstree.com.
I’m full of Christmas spirit already, and how better to express that than through relentless sadism? On that note, I’ll be at Circle of O parties in South London on 1st and 24th December, doing horrible things to attendees. I may even attend the Christmas Eve event dressed as an evil pixie, polar bear or Satan Claus. Click here for more details. Book soon as places are limited.