Getting off on getting off.  On of my favourite fetishes is post orgasm torture. Ever since the doctors put me on antidepressants last year, my sex drive hasn’t been the same. I used to be able to orgasm quite easily, and orgasm multiple times, but nowadays it can take awhile to even achieve one orgasm, and I have to work hard for that orgasm. This is true for nearly every sexual act apart from one, post orgasm torture.  As a professional dominatrix, kinkster, and hedonist that has a slightly sadistic street, post orgasm torture is right up my alley. It also…

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Buckle in, I have a whole lot of thoughts about this question. I won’t pinpoint to the exact origin of this question, because it’s beside the point. However, the reason I bring it up is that’s it’s a question I’ve seen asked time and time again – in various forms. The question boils down to whether or not cam models/clip makers/online Dominatrixes etc., are sex workers.

There are a lot of arguments as to whether the answer is yes, or no. In fact, there are so many arguments that I could probably write an entire dissertation exploring them, and maybe one day I will. 

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My Sexuality & Identity I knew I was queer, before I realised I was queer. My relationship looks heteronormative, and I present mostly as a cis straight female. I’ve gone along with that for the past few years, but I know I’m not. I definitely know I’m not now. I’ve known for quite sometime that I wasn’t straight. I remember being attracted to women from a very early age, and being attracted humans in general for as long as I can remember. Overtime, that attraction didn’t dissipate, it grew stronger. From being secretly in love with female friends, to realising…

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Don’t brush off my ovulation pain. Part 1 of my experiences with the medical system, and hormonal health. It’s not sharp pain, not usually. It’s an aching gnawing pain that makes me press my hand to my stomach. In February, I was told that this was perfectly normal. The gynaecologist said that to my face, she said that it’s normal to have pain throughout your entire cycle. I went home, and I researched. Medical research is what I do best. Once you’ve experienced pain that makes you want to float away into nothingness, Googling symptoms doesn’t really scare you any…

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