I think if it were more socially acceptable to be beyond a size 8 then more men would come out of the closet about their own tastes. So did you get to explore fantasies? I had a long running fantasy about submission and being spanked which I explored with different men.
He wanted to collar me, as his slave. He had a ceremony that he found or wrote and emailed to me. It was like something out of Conan the Barbarian —I would be brought to him naked, kneel before him, recite some vows about obedience, receive the collar.
It was so bizarre that I was stunned when I read it. It was way too much for me. What was one of the most memorable guys? There were so many good, hot experiences but a sort of negative one stands out. I answered an ad from a man who described himself as dominant and into spanking. He sounded okay on the phone. We met for dinner.
He was older than I and not quite as appealing as I had hoped. I think he liked what he saw however. I asked him about getting tested for STDs, just to be on the safe side. He looked at me like I was nuts. I finally realized he was impotent. I decided to carry on. We ended up at his apartment. He had letters from women framed and on a table in his living room. They were essentially testimonials about what a wonderful lover he was. I wish I was making this up.
We retired to his bedroom. He undressed and proceeded to go down on me. And he was someone who bragged endlessly about how great he was at it. The phone rang—saved by the bell!
He apologized that he was expecting a business call. He came back and was angry, saying he knew I would do that. I tried to be polite and said I just needed to go home. The strange thing was that on the way home, I realized that I was almost giddy with happiness. I put on some music at home and started dancing. I felt I had a triumph!
I felt very powerful. Why do you think it's mostly men out there in the XXX-listings? We frequently are ashamed of it. We try to suppress it. Answering an ad or putting one in is not ladylike.
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