31 Jan 2015

delicatesse




my tongue
Your cock
my saliva
Your precum
my mouth
You fuck
my throat
You cum
my food



13 Jan 2015

Dominant and/or Gentleman?







I have a strong preference for gentlemen, can't help it. I dislike rudeness and strong language. For me the ideal Dominant is a gentleman throughout.


A Gentleman never tells.

A Gentleman knows that anything worth having, is worth working hard for.


A Gentleman knows how to dance…at least a little bit.


Every woman comes with baggage, a Gentleman helps her to unpack it.


A Gentleman always RSVP’s.


A Gentleman knows the difference between confidence and arrogance.


A Gentleman is open-minded, but firm in his beliefs.


A Gentleman is proof that chivalry is not dead.


A Gentleman never lies to a woman, unless it is to surprise her.


A Gentleman means what he says, and says what he means.


For a Lady, a Gentleman will always offer his seat and open a door.


A Gentleman never judges.


A Gentleman is always well presented, regardless of company, situation or occasion. 


A Gentleman has a firm handshake and always makes eye contact.


For a Lady, a Gentleman will always offer his coat.


A Gentleman knows how to cook a good meal.


A Gentleman always offers to pay.


A gentleman is respectful and considerate.


A gentleman is always clear in what he wants.


A gentleman knows when and how to apologize.


So what do you think, is it important for you too?


5 Jan 2015

BDSM is Mentally Healthy











So there it is in the Huffington Post. Surprised I hadn't read it in the Dutch papers yet but nevertheless a Dutch study shows that in comparison with Vanilla, people have a better mental health. 




Hereby an extract of the article

…Despite past assumptions that BDSM proclivities might be correlated with previous abuse, rape or mental disorders (research has shown that they're not), this survey found that kinky people actually scored better on many indicators of mental health than those who didn't practice BDSM, reported LiveScience. According to Reuters, BDSM-friendly participants were found to be less neurotic, more open, more aware of and sensitive to rejection, more secure in their relationships and have better overall well-being….

For the full article click  Huffington Post