The topic for this time on Tell Me About … is BLINDFOLDS and MASKS, but first I would like to thank all of you who linked up posts about Flogging the last time. Thank you for all of your entries and it was really interesting to read the range of thoughts. I realise that everyone is busy, but if you have the time to comment on posts too, that is always encouraging for those who have written them and much appreciated.
This week I would like to highlight the post Flogging, a reprise by Marie Rebelle. This is an older post which Marie has updated and I am glad that she did. Seeing the journey we take with kink and D/s, and how that can impact what we do, is such an important part. Marie’s post is not only informative but also explains her feelings about flogging and her desires for the future.
Blindfold and Masks
This time we are asking you about blindfolds and masks. Are these things that you use as part of your kinky play? If so how do you use them and what do they add. What sorts of blindfolds and masks have you tried and how do you use them. Does using a blindfold or a mask change your mindset and how does this affect your play? We are hoping you will reveal all.
Please share your thoughts about Blindfolds and Masks and then link for us here on Tell Me About…
Tell Me About …. is about creating a resource so if people wish to link more than one relevant post or link an older post, that is fine.
If you are new then please check out the rules and then take part by adding your post using the linky tool at the bottom of the page. Remember to display the Tell Me About … badge on your post, and please comment on the other posts and promote on social media where possible.
If you would like more information about the how and the why, the what and the how of taking part, then you might want to read my post, Memes and Prompts.
This topic will close at 12pm on Saturday October 24th
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