We were joined by an extremely energetic & charming gentleman, Mr Z, whose wry and imaginative takes on the usual BDSM fantasy fare kept us entertained all week. Think dystopian futures, female supremacy, sexy revenge scenes, crime & punishment, servitude and slavery, erotic abduction/hostage roleplays, bondage and even a little pet play (Louisa looks adorable in a collar!)
As many of you know, I’m very much a fan of traditional/formal discipline based kinks, and I can’t get enough of the office and school based scenes that are usually the firm favourites with my submissive and dominant clients alike. I love to seek out and play around with the perverted within the familiar, and I usually find I need no specific setting to do this in – simply my well equipped Central London luxury apartment, and an idea to spark off. I tend to construct fantasies with outfits, vocalisation, touch, techniques and toys. Until last week, i’d never given very much thought to the power & effect of surroundings on a BDSM scene.
However, upon embarking my week of kinky exploration with Louisa & Mr Z, the perks of having a really spectacular location to play in became suddenly apparent. As well as the excellent fantasy scripts laid out by our host, the house was really something else – imposing architecture, ornate Baroque furnishings, numerous bedrooms with luxe colour schemes. The grandeur & drama of it all really infused my approach to playing – I felt totally uninhibited, which felt really sexy.
The rest of the details are private to we three, but I’m sure you can imagine the debauchery, if you study these photos hard enough.
Having returned to grottier climes, I can safely say that a little bit of sun and chandelier-swinging does one the world of good, though I can’t pretend it’s not a little disappointing my London flat has no heated swimming pool or rooftop jacuzzi.
Fingers firmly crossed that our passports aren’t gathering dust for too long. In the meantime, I’m keen for inventive fantasies & date ideas to arrive into my inbox, to cheer me up as I adjust to real life again.