Kindergarten is the time where most kids find that they love the taste of paste, but I found I loved the taste of dominance.
When one of my classmates misbehaved, I told him, ‘You need a spanking?’ As I was giving him one, the teacher noticed and stopped our play immediately, but I’d already established his role to serve me. You see, I’d intrinsically known that I was built to dominate and I have evolved my appreciation for whips, chains, wax, knives and of course my stilettos (these are only a few of my favorite toys) to reward those who properly serve me. I have spent my life cultivating my Fetish Arts for my enjoyment of living and it has become my lifestyle. Before you clutch your pearls or click the small “X” in your browser’s top right corner, give yourself a powerful gift and get educated on exactly what it is to be a Domme (a female Domme; Dom is male).
First, let’s talk about the basics. A true dominance not abusive, the role is about providing the ultimate in care-taking and maintaining an environment where others are permitted to participate on my terms. A submissive is one of the most evolved states of being there is and the role has nothing to do with low self-esteem. A true submissive is able to have so much self-control that she or he is able to freely give over control to please the desires of another. Dommes and subs live in a symbiotic relationship where power is exchanged in mutually agreed upon ways. Safe, sane and consensual activities are the standard for the BDSM (Bondage/Domination/Sado-Masochism) world and anything else is an abomination.
Domm’ing is not an activity for me. It is an art and I am an artist who has invested time, respect and education to become an expert in fetish talent, skill and practice. I categorize myself as a Dominant Sadist, which means I enjoy maintaining the control of my domain and indulging in the pleasures of the fine art of sensory stimulation, including, but not limited to, the administration of pain. I will never **read the rest of the piece here**