She definitely had it in her .. well, not the way they originally planned.
Wrote this one up about three weeks ago, and waited to see if I could improve upon it before posting. Other than changing a repetition of "mouth" to "gaping maw" I left it as it was. I really don't like repeating the same words over and over unless its part of a hypnosis caption, so when I saw it ending two consecutive sentences in a row, I made the change. It doesn't make the caption any better per se, but its something that can stick in my craw stylistically.
I wrote this last night and didn't post it then because I thought I was being bitchy. I certainly was. Also, very opinionated but I think everyone knows me here and kind of expects that. Believe it or don't, I actually wrote stronger things that I had self edited I don't know many of the people's situations, sissy blogs I found through interacting with Kaaren, Leeanne, Sara and a few others. Perhaps they are all more fiction with a smidgen of reality. Maybe they are all 100 percent truth. I left what I had saved last night here because I was pretty passionate about it at the time and why not show what I had written, warts and all. My big "mistake" is that I really shouldn't be telling a domme and their subs what they should do, other than, real life actions have consequences that you can't wipe away with the roll of some dice. There aren't any 'take backs' or 'free spins'. Read at your own peril and don't say I didn't warn you. I certainly won't mind discussion. Never backed away from it before so if you think I was being a bitch when I wrote it, tell me! I don't mind, and I'd probably agree. I do hope thought that you do ponder what I've said before spouting off.
So yeah, yet another blog exclusive and another caption I like to think presents a twist on the usual TG sissy caption. I think that everyone deserves respect, even when degradation is supposed to be on the menu. Its not supposed to be the sissy's place to stand up for themselves during playtime, and bad form for them if they do, but its worse if they aren't getting proper support from the Mistress. There has to be boundaries, and if they aren't followed, then the Mistress has to step in and enforce the rules. If not, then the game is over, end of story.
And sissies, if there is something going on that you don't like, SPEAK UP! If she respects you and cares for you, she'll listen and make adjustments. Just because you are a sissy, you aren't a doormat. YOU are BOTH supposed to be getting pleasure from the arrangement. As a dominant person, I need to know the boundaries, and push them. I need to know where the line is drawn. If you just say, "well, she's my domme, she must know what's best for me!" or "if she's enjoying it, then I'll go along with it because I love her!" Its my job to be creative and cunning and resourceful, but guess what? Not everything I think up is going to be wonderful and fulfilling to you, or perhaps even to me. I would much rather do something we both love and can commit to fully, rather than have you go along for the ride because you feel that you have to capitulate. There are going to be compromises, but that is part of the give and take. Otherwise, you aren't my lover and partner, you are a sucker. Treating me like a god(dess) is one thing, but if you act like you aren't worth my time, and mean it, then why SHOULD I spend my time on you?
I realize that perhaps that read a bit harsher than I meant, but the main point is that you should have your say, and it should matter. I know more than a few people laugh when I say that subs in a relationship have power, but its true. You always have control until you let someone take it from you.
Reading it through again, I think I did neuter it fairly well last night. Still, I welcome comments on both the caption, and also what I said, and possibly implied, in what I had written last night.
Pop songs in the 1970's had so much more back story and substance to them. I mostly remembered Sparks from their duet with Jane Wiedlin fro the Go-Go's. A much older guitarist got me into Sparks in the late 90's. Definitely an acquired taste, but I think of them as a pop music version of Frank Zappa and I do think that definition fits them snugly.