Rough Treatment

Monkey Dick eagerly brings me his cock and balls for my exquisite, rough treatment. I’m happy to accept his offering. I enjoy every one of his squirms, gasps, and howls.

When he last came to me, I instructed him to sit. He watched me as I wound my rope around parts of his body.

Where should I put the other end of this rope?

You better keep your arms up, Monkey Dick, or you’re going to rip your balls off. LOL!

After having some fun with him in one of my chairs, I restrained him and clamped him into my pillory.

Once he was unable to resist my advances, I brought out various implements to see what kind of reaction I could elicit.

First, a little warm up…

After what Monkey Dick described as, “some of the most painful flogging/whipping of my balls I ever experienced … it was great!”, it was time for a whipping.

I was proud of him. He took quite a lot of lashes.

Afterward he said, “Thank you for the absolutely great session!!!”

He also gave me a super cute card and a generous gift for my birthday. (Thank you, Monkey Dick!)

And surprise, surprise: he’s already scheduled for our CBT adventure.

Stay tuned…

Ballbusting Teaser

Spanking beth

Hovey Benjamin: Send Bobs

Dommes (and other adult artists, providers, and entertainers) who use the internet will likely have encountered at least one of these guys; probably multiple, if you keep your channels of communication open to anyone.

They are men who don’t speak English very well — and they want Us the hand over the goods. This often produces very funny results.

This (catchy) song is obviously an ode to these men.

This Kind of Sex Can Create an Altered Mental State

Article: This Kind of Sex Can Create an Altered Mental State (Time.com)

Aside from the ad for the new 50 Shades movie at the top, I also have a criticism about:

“The researchers randomly assigned a person in each pair to the “top” role—the person who gives orders—or the “bottom” role, the one who follows them.”

This is a common error, as it conflates the role of top with Dominant and bottom with submissive. These often pair, but not always. Being a top does not inherently mean you are the Dominant (“person who gives orders”) and being the bottom does not always mean you are submissive (“the one who follows them”).

Bonus: a brief interview with Dr. Shirley Zussman, a 100-year-old sex therapist!