Forced Bi

I've been meaning to write a blog about "forced bi" for a while now. But have been somewhat inhibited by how it intersects with notions of sexuality and identity. 

Software rot!

I normally blog about stuff more directly related to my being a femme top and professional domina, but (as I say somewhere in my biography) I am a software professional - otherwise known as a geek. And as it happens, I developed and maintain this website. So when things go wrong, I get to fix them!

New client coffee dates

I usually prefer that new clients have a "provider reference". Namely, that they can provide me with contact details for a domme or transsexual (the provider) that they have seen recently (during the past year or two), and some kind of biographical information that will help that provider remember them. I can then call or email the provider concerned and get a reference - whether the potential client is reliable and safe etc.

Instructions?

I am usually a reliable person. If I say I will do something, I will do it… Turn up on time… Remember birthdays… Whatever. But I notice that quite a high proportion of my clients are far from reliable…

Sissy Boys

 

I notice that quite a high proportion of my clients are interested in feminization or sissification. Which is actually quite nice, as I seem to find a “man in a dress” really rather hot!

Las Vegas visit weekend July 26-29

I am going to be in Las Vegas the weekend of July 26-29. I will be hanging out with friends and clients, but there are still open slots in my schedule.

Actually... The main reason I'm there is for a "bi swingers" pool party, so if you were very good I might let you come along and play.... ;-)

So book me...

Unique? Me?

I saw a client earlier this week who was a software geek – like me. I had the impression he was pretty experienced in the industry and pretty senior – after all he was staying in a 5 star boutique hotel downtown as part of a multi-city national trip. But he said a couple of things that started me thinking…

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