I was away for the last week or so at Burning Man. I haven’t been since 2010 or so but this was my 10th time. So it was interesting to see how it has changed since I was last there / since I was first there.
I like to have a conversation at the start of every session to make it clear that my submissives or slaves or sissies have two safe words. Yellow means back off and let’s have a conversation about what’s happening / what’s causing a problem – and then we will continue. Red means I need to end this session right now – for whatever reason – a medical emergency or perhaps they have just decided they need to leave.
My regular readers will know that I usually blog about aspects of my Pro Domme work. But for a change I wanted to highlight something of a more activist nature...
Regular readers of my blog will remember that each July I take a partial break and head off to a “lifestyle” “bi swingers” party. In previous years it has been in Las Vegas at a small “gay” “clothing optional” resort hotel – and in effect it was a takeover, where the “bi swingers” took over the whole resort for the weekend.
A few weeks back I went on an interesting workshop on wax play. I have done wax play in the past, but was interested to try out my new knowledge. So when one of my favorite submissives (Nomicon) booked a session for yesterday my thoughts naturally turned to that.
I seem to have been traveling a lot lately. Sometimes that has been personal – to see friends. Sometimes that has been business - to meet up with slaves in other cities.
I know that there some regular clients whose financial situation is such that they cannot see me very often – or wait for occasional specials (such as my annual Tax Day special) to maximize their resources. So they will be happy to hear that I am going to offer an Independence Day Special.
In business there is a maxim that good leaders know when to delegate – and I think there is some truth in that. And then I saw a tweet recently that said “Those who can, do. Those who can have someone else do it for them, Domme” – which certainly rang true for me.