He began pulling things out from the suitcase, one at a time, showing them to me - explaining to me what they were, how they were used, and then he'd use it gently on my outstretched arm. After each item he would ask me how I felt about it, have me rate my level of interest in using it, and set it aside.
What I know now, I know because I made some mistakes and learned from them. A lot of my guidelines work for me and not necessarily for other people.
...maybe it's something I always do, the counting.
I want to submit because I want to feel control again. Sounds weird, right? Usually people talk about submission as the idea of giving up control.
Too often, the term "submissive" is thrown about as something that is below or beneath its dominant counterpart. I don't think that's how it works.
...the way a top leads a scene negotiation is usually an indication of their experience and talent in leading the scene itself.
He wasn't smiling with his lips, but his eyes were definitely showing a hint of mischief.
The good girl never wins.
"Aren't there better ways to punish me?" she asked.
He made me count them and thank him for each one, and I did - knowing they would be the last ten I'd ever get from him.