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There is little better way to begin an evening than at a very nice, if somewhat pricey, restaurant a short walk from dayo's apartment. One very delicious (pasta with mussels1 and clams, yum!) later, we headed back with happy tummies to her place, where some very nice vodka2 awaited.

And then, the kink.

One large roll of pallet wrap, two wicked sharp knives, a box of latex gloves, one small silver bullet vibrator, eight floggers3, and a giant-sized container of KY make for a very lovely evening indeed.

The floggers made the evening's appetizer. "Strip." I pushed her down onto the air mattress and stood behind her. A light, not too thuddy flogger for the opening, followed by two slightly heavier floggers simultaneously for a bit more of a warm-up, then a new, quite heavy flogger she had not yet deflowered for a bit more sensation...

Her backside was still slightly bruised from the previous evening in the dungeon, so it didn't take long to have her squirming.

After the appetizer, the pallet wrap. Pallet wrap is awesome for quick, easy, no-wait bondage; a few turns around her arms and body had her arms firmly bound to her sides. "It feels like being hugged," she said.

One quick push had her flat on her back on the mattress. The interesting thing about having your arms immobilized at your sides is that you can offer very little--for which read "no"--resistance to being manhandled around, and when you're toppled over, you tend to go down quickly. "Whuf!"

I was on top of her in a flash, and entered her roughly. Her hands were free, poking out from under the pallet wrap, but she was quite unable to move aside from that...in effect, allowing her only enough freedom to help me take her, but not enough to resist.

"I'm going to come now." There's something that's just really fun about telling her that while I'm on top of her, pinning her down, looking into her eyes. "Take it!"

There's something even more fun about doing it more than once. Arms wrapped tightly around her, feeling her heat against me, answering the heat inside me...it's intoxicating, and powerful. Three hard orgasms later, and I left her without warning, and watched her squirm on the bed.

"Quit pouting." Pulling on a rubber glove. "You'll get what you want soon enough." Probing with the tip of one finger. "My goodness, you're wet. I bet I could do this without any lube. But--" picking up the tube--"I like you squishy."

My hand went in with no resistance at all. Normally, it takes a bit of work to get it fully inside her. Normally. Not tonight.

"Oh, my god!"

"Yes." Pushing the bullet into her fingers. "Use this."

"You're in deep!"

"No, that's not deep. This--"

"Nnngh!"

"--is deep."

Some time later, when she was limp and sweaty and spent, and I had drawn my hand free and discarded the glove, we lay side by side and I caressed her hair. tongue and fingers running over breasts, through tight plastic. "You'll like this."

The tip of the knife, razor sharp, gliding over the curve of her breast bound and flattened by the pallet wrap.

"Oooh!"

Some folks like using dull knives for knife play. I do too, sometimes, but for dayoI have a curved, twin-bladed punch dagger sharp enough to slice a hydrogen atom free of an oxygen atom. Her back still carried a hair-fine tracery of faint white lines from the previous evening.

"Oh, that feels good!"

"Does it, now?"

A quick flip of the wrist and the blades sliced under the pallet wrap and out, cutting away a section of plastic film, revealing flesh, the underside of her breast. "And how about this?" Tips tracing along glowing skin, sheened with sweat, feather-light.

"Oh god!"

"Now hold still!" Blade slipping under cling wrap, slicing more free, tickling lightly over sensitized skin, following curves.

It took quite some time to remove the wrap, picking it apart and slicing it away bit by bit, chasing bare flesh with pointed steel.

"Oh! That was fun!"

"Time to put you to bed. And--" grinning "--I'm not finished with you yet."


1 I'm not quite sure what's up with me and mussels. When I was a kid, I had relatives living in Florida and New Jersey, so I was exposed to seafood from an early age. I've always loved things like crab, fish, scallops, and lobster, but for most of my life I've hated hated mussels.

Well, a few years ago, I developed a craving for mussels. Shelly and I went out to dinner, I ordered some, and they were mmm mmm tasty. I've loved them since.

2 One of the things I learned from serolynne is the difference between good vodka and bad vodka. There's a significant distance between the two. Good vodka is one of life's little treats. Bad vodka is like flaming battery acid with a chaser of ground glass.

3 Yes, eight. Why eight, you ask? Well, there's a reason that dedicated perverts usually have large collections of floggers. They come in a startling array of sizes and styles, and each produces a unique sensation. They're like spice to a chef; you can mix and match them to tailor just precisely the sensation you desire.

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(Anonymous)
Nov. 2nd, 2008 11:11 am (UTC)
By "use the information against you" you mean things like getting you fired or something. But for me, the fear is different... it's more about vulnerability. It's the fear of getting misunderstood, mainly.
It's not that you don't care what people think; you care about what some people think, but these people will understand correctly anyway, and those who might not - you don't care about. Is that it?
But that's not the whole picture either. There are things that neither you nor tacit write about -- intimate things like the details of a painful breakup. And I suspect that you don't write about these things for much of the same reasons that other people don't share details of their sex life. It's strange, isn't it? Some people will share the most painful, intimate details of their divorce, but they will say nothing about sex... and for some, it's the opposite. How do you decide what you feel comfortable sharing and what you don't? Have you ever tried to analyze the emotions involved, what they are based upon?

- Ola
(Anonymous)
Nov. 2nd, 2008 05:38 pm (UTC)
Actually, I did write about a painful breakup. I've written about several, the most notable was my Confronting The Monsters post, but there have been a few others. There isn't anything that I can think of that I'm not comfortable sharing. What gets the most "air time", if you will, is based on what matters most to me and what is taking my attention at the moment, not what's most "comfortable" to share. I talk about my family, my relationships, my work, TV shows I watch, politics, sex, religion, science, my favorite comic strips ... I think I don't talk about my cats very much online because 1) I don't think people much care and 2) they're boring cats. They don't do anything but sleep and eat and poop.

I haven't had any breakups in the last year or so, so I haven't written about any. I haven't had very much bad stuff happen lately either, so what makes it into my journal lately is just stuff that makes me angry because that is what is taking up my attention at the moment, what with all the political stuff going on and constantly getting harassed on dating sites. What I don't tend to write about is a hourly log of how I spend my time, mostly because it's not interesting. No one really wants to hear about my diet of TV dinners or that I slept in until 3 PM yesterday. But I will talk about it if it comes up in conversation and someone wants to know, it's just not at the forefront of my mind and I have other topics more important to me taking my attention to be writing journal entries about.

But I do write about breakups and intimate moments and things that have nothing to do with sex. When it happens and when it's something important. Not whether it's "comfortable" or not.

And I have seen tacit write about breakups too, but he has several thousand posts, so I wouldn't be surprised to hear that someone missed one or two.
joreth
Nov. 2nd, 2008 05:39 pm (UTC)
Doh!
That was me - I'm on someone else's computer and forgot that I wasn't automatically logged in.
(Anonymous)
Nov. 3rd, 2008 09:29 pm (UTC)
Re: Doh!
I guess I rushed to conclusions when I read your "I'm Broken" post. Now I understand that you probably will talk about that, too, eventually -- you just like to sort things out in your head first and only then share your insights... right?

I haven't read everything you wrote -- yet. As to tacit -- I actually did. Yes, all the few thousand posts :-)
And the way he discussed his divorce in LJ was very illuminating -- he didn't. That was an "Aha!" moment for me, I thought "Hmm, so that's what you don't write about. Interesting... And man, you're so right." So, for tacit, some things won't be shared, even if they are very important to his life; he'll call them "airing dirty laundry in public".

That's not the case with you, according to what you just said: you can share anything, as long as you change the names of the people involved... but for tacit, some things are (and will remain!) private.

Thankfully, kinky sex is not among them :-)
joreth
Nov. 4th, 2008 01:27 am (UTC)
Re: Doh!
Actually, he talks quite openly about his divorce, in several venues. He might not have made a LiveJournal post specifically, but he's certainly been open about it in forums and in public discussion groups.
(Anonymous)
Nov. 4th, 2008 02:09 pm (UTC)
Re: Doh!
Can you give me some links, please? I mean, to forums where tacit hangs out?
[Unless he's majorly creeped out by the idea that I like him and want to get to know him better and so I just read everything he writes in public. I should hope that he's not creeped out, though; because that's kind of the idea of writing and being public about who you are. So that people could get to know you without you having to spend time on them. Well, OK, that's one of the ideas... :-)]
tacit
Nov. 4th, 2008 02:35 pm (UTC)
Re: Doh!
The places where you can usually find me include the OK Cupid forums, the MacFixIt forums, and of course here. :)
joreth
Nov. 4th, 2008 05:35 pm (UTC)
Re: Doh!
Tacit is all over the internet, on OKC, on Myspace, on a few LJ groups, and a bunch of Yahoo groups, on literotica, his own half-dozen websites. I don't have the specific urls to all the specific threads he's ever commented on (and many of them were email groups, so there wouldn't be a url to that thread anyway), but if it has to do with polyamory, bdsm, computers, transhumanism, and probably a few things I don't know about, you'll most likely find him there. He has posted about some of the groups and forums he's on in the past, as they sometimes provide fodder for this LJ.
(Anonymous)
Nov. 7th, 2008 03:17 pm (UTC)
Re: Doh!
Thanks! :-)
joreth
Nov. 14th, 2008 02:36 am (UTC)
Re: Doh!
Something else that I completely neglected to touch upon while this thread was still going is the concept of other people's privacy.

The primary reason for omitting details of "personal" topics, for me (and a lot of the time for tacit) is not because a topic is too personal or too private or too intimate for me, but because it includes details about other people, and I respect other people's right to choose privacy.

For example, I might omit details or neglect to talk about my most recent breakup on my LJ, not because it's too personal for me, but because my ex may not want me to comment on it in a public venue. Although I do my best to try and be objective when relating a story, chances are, if I felt wronged in any particular way, my version of the story is going to reflect that.

I tend to get along well with my exes, so I see no need, nor justification, for publicly declaring why I think my hypothetical ex was an idiot or an asshole in that situation, even if I think I also contributed to the situation. Even if I'm not on such friendly terms, there's probably a pretty good chance we might still have overlapping social circles, and I am adamantly opposed to dragging friends into a he-said-she-said-take-sides battle. So the less said publicly, in this regard, the better for social peace. Now, I might talk to individual friends (mutual or not) in a one-on-one setting, because that's partially what friends are for, but if I think or know that someone might get hurt or offended that I spoke of them on the internet in an identifiable way, I try to avoid it for their sake - not mine.

I have made the occasional exception when I thought the lesson I learned was important enough to share, and I do take care to change names and otherwise protect their identity if possible.

But, I've been thinking of this topic, both during our dialog and since, and I honestly cannot come up with any topic that I'm not willing to discuss unless I feel some need for discretion out of respect for someone else's privacy. When talking to tacit about this thread, pretty much any situation he admitted to not discussing publicly had similar reasoning for why he did not discuss it publicly.