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30 Days of Kink: All those remaining days.

I cannot stand the idea of doing this on a question basis anymore, but I cannot stand the idea of not finishing it either. So, I’m going to do all of the rest, at once.
Here we go.

How open are you about your kinks?
Extremely open. In sexual orientation speak, I am out of the closet. Everyone in my life, knows I like pain and degradation. I don’t go around shoving my sexuality in people’s faces but I wont deny it either if it comes up. 
In fact, even my parents, especially my mother (though that was an accident) is aware of my kinks. She thought I needed therapy and that I was gravely mentally sick, but that’s a whole other story. 

What’s your opinion on online BDSM play? Or online D/s Relationships?
I have met people online, I haven’t orchestrated a relationship online but I have no judgment on those that do. 
I don’t know how well online relationships work out, but I do know that if someone is not ready to entirely succumb to their sexuality it can be a great outlet. 
I will say, however, that I suspect the entire BDSM community wouldn’t be able to sustain itself as a community if there was no internet. 

Do your non-kink interests ever find their way into your kinky activities? If so, how?
I have a non-kink interest in eating, I eat with my master sometimes. Is that what this question wants me to address? This is insane. 
Or perhaps the answer should be more like: I enjoy exploring forests (non-kink activity), I like to be tied to trees (kinky inclusion). 

How do you dress for kink/BDSM play? What significance does your attire have to you?
Ummm… I know some people have preferences like latex or corsets or Princess Leia outfits but the people always dressing the same way for “play” are definitely a minority.
I like being naked. No fancy stuff, nothing getting in my way.
I do have a proclivity for nudity around people who are fully clothed (during play), don’t know if that counts.

Do you have a BDSM title (e.g. mistress, master, slut, pig, whore, princess, goddess, ma’am, sir)? What is your opinion of the use of titles in general?
I do not have a title. 
I do not resent the concept of titles. I call my master “master” but only when it feels natural. I take his name most of the time but if I’m, for instance, begging to cum, it feels wise to say: Master may I cum please? Or if I’m in trouble. Let’s just say, if the title is what naturally rolls off my tongue, it feels good.

Write or create a list of whatever BDSM/kink related thing you want to
I’d like to write about the concept of “play”.
A lot of people, even I, refer to BDSM activities as indulging in “play”. However, that seems to me like precarious treatment of the activity. 
In my experience, all S&M based activities (and facets of such relationships) are intense, they don’t feel like playing at all. Yet, we continue to call it that. It disturbs me. 


About ancilla9876

I'm a young, female, Indian submissive and masochist. I am many other things, of course. But this blog mostly deals with the contents of my lede sentence.

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