A lot has changed for me over the past 6 months, as is true for many people I am sure. I’ve had a lot of time to reflect on what is most important to me in my life and in my work, and in both cases, relationships are integral to my pleasure. Starting immediately I will be changing how I offer sessions, working in the way that brings me most enjoyment and satisfaction. The changes have been detailed below.[Read more…] about In Person Sessions: Focus on Relationships
I’ve created the ultimate birthday fantasy scene for myself. This is, for the most part, made up from actual experiences I’ve had, with a couple of embellishments. The hotel room is based on a real one in Paris I stayed in years ago, I wish I had a record of it’s name! There will be multiple parts posted on the lead up to my birthday on the 17th Dec. Enjoy this introduction!
A long term regular client of mine kindly wrote this review of our time together for me to share with you. I hope you enjoy it!
I’ve been asked this question a lot recently, so here’s a write up of the most recent session. It goes without saying that every one is different, I have different dynamics with everybody and my mood is different each time. This little morsel should feed your curiosity and imagination, at least for a little while.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading these accounts of my kinky holiday and that they’ve inspired you in some way; whether that’s with ideas of sexy things to do with a partner, or things to dream about late at night.
Todays blog post is a little different from the previous ones. So far you’ve only heard my voice describing what happened, but today you’re going to hear from B, the submissive I shared this with. He very sweetly offered this without prompting and I haven’t made any changes. I found it utterly fascinating to see how things felt from his perspective, I hope you will too.
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After writing all the posts so far easily, I’ve found this final one to be surprisingly difficult. Everything I wrote felt stilted and disconnected and, upon pondering why this is, I discovered an interesting mental process I’ve developed to deal with the emotional intensity of sessions.