You found me sniffing your shirt. Delighting in your smell.
“Put the shirt on, naked beneath, and come kneel before me.”
Happily surrounded by Master.
“Present your wrists and ankles.”
Master attached His cuffs to my limbs.
“Follow Me to the bed and lie in the middle.”
He gently stretched out my arms and legs to be attached to the bed frame.
Master touched my clitoris with his fingers and tapped it.
Then walked away.
I was aroused from wearing His shirt and being restrained.
So my clitoris was engorged and sensitive.
I didn’t orgasm.
Master came back after about 5 minutes and tapped my clitoris, again.
Then walked away.
I strained against the restraints towards Him.
My pussy begging for attention.
I didn’t orgasm
Master took His time and came back to tap my clitoris in a distracted manner.
My nipples and clitoris were hard with anticipation.
I didn’t orgasm.
Master took another 5 minutes before coming back,
I orgasmed before He touched me.
Afterward, He tapped my sensitive clitoris with His finger and walked away.
I waited and watched for Master’s return.
Nipples, clitoris at attention.
Master came back naked and crawled on top of me.
Tapping my clitoris with the head of His penis.
Then Master made His move to fit His penis into my mouth.
It was an awkward angle, but enough Cock Worship
and to cause me to orgasm.
It caused Master to orgasm, too.
Tapping is a Beautiful Thing.
A bodice ( /ˈbɒdɪs/) is an article of clothing for women, covering the body from the neck to the waist. In modern usage it typically refers to a specific type of upper garment common in Europe during the 16th to the 18th century, or to the upper part of a modern dress to distinguish it from the skirt and sleeves. The term comes from pair of bodies (because the garment was originally made in two pieces that fastened together, often by lacing) of matching or coordinated fabric, possibly with embroidery or beadwork.
This construction was standard for fashionable garments from the 18th century until the late 19th century, and had the advantages of allowing a voluminous skirt to be paired with a close-fitting bodice, and of allowing two or more bodices to be worn with the same skirt (e.g., a high-necked bodice and a low-necked bodice allowed the same skirt to serve for both day wear and evening wear). One-piece construction became more common after 1900 due to the trend for looser, more simply constructed clothing with narrower skirts.
One mid-19th-century style included the Agnes Sorel bodice, named after 15th-century royal mistress Agnes Sorel. This style was a day wear bodice, with a square-cut neckline that had a high front and back and bishop sleeves.
In current usage, bodice typically refers to an upper garment that has removable sleeves or no sleeves, often low-cut, It’s the type of bodice worn in Europe from the 16th century to the 18th century, either over a corset or in lieu of one. To make a fashionable shape and support the bust, the bodice was often stiffened with bents (a type of reed), or whalebone. The bodice was different from the corset of the time because it was intended to be worn over the other garments.
Bodices survive into modern times in the traditional or revived folk dress of many European countries (see, such as, Austrian dirndl or the Aboyne dress worn by Scottish highland dancers). They are also commonly seen today at Society for Creative Anachronism events or a Renaissance Fair.
What’s the meaning of the phrase ‘Bodice ripper’?
A sexually explicit romantic novel; usually in a historical setting and always with a plot involving the seduction of the heroine.
What’s the origin of the phrase ‘Bodice ripper’?
These books owe much in style to the work of English romantic novelists like Jane Austen and Emily Bronte. Nevertheless, the term itself is American. The first note in print is from The New York Times, December 1980:
“Women too have their pornography: Harlequin romances, novels of ‘sweet savagery,’ – bodice-rippers.”
It soon caught on and appears many times in the US press from that date onward. Here’s an early example, in a story about [then] emerging novelist, Danielle Steel, from the Syracuse Herald Journal, New York, 1983:
“I think of romance novels as kind of bodice rippers, Steel says.”
The genre is commercially highly successful, but isn’t taken seriously by most literary critics. Most examples are judged by more base criteria than the classic works of Austen or the Brontes. Bodice rippers are strictly formulaic and the plot usually involves a vulnerable heroine faced with a richer and more powerful male character, whom she initially dislikes. Later, she succumbs to lust and falls into his arms. The formula requires the books to be fat ‘page turner’, that is, a plot device, usually a seduction scene, must happen at frequent intervals. Depending on the author or publishing house style, the principal characters must marry. It is almost obligatory for the cover picture to show the swooning, ample-bosomed heroine.
Thank you to Wikipedia, Phrases.org. uk, etc.
dievca is looking for a presentation outfit for Master and she is burned out by the Holidays (yes…already). The song above inspired an outfit. Should be fun to wear for your Sir or Madame to change it up.
Big Hair (it’s finally longer)
Cat Eyes and Mascara (Black)
Red Lips (Mac Russian Red)
Black Spinel Oxidized Silver Stud Earrings
Now to hit youtube to review the Cha-Cha-Cha moves!
Dealing with muscular thighs makes finding “Thigh-Hi and OTK Boots a Challenge…”
Why would dievca want them?
she has a memory from University days of a floormate from NYC with a stunning pair of black thigh-hi boots in black leather (mid-1980’s) Those boots have sat in her memory banks forever.
dievca did get a pair of Alaia black boots that worked, but the wedge isn’t quite “in” anymore…
dievca tried the Stuart Weitzman Highland Suede Boots and there wasn’t enough give….
VELVET ESSENCE by AQUAZZURA MIGHT BE THE ANSWER
Soft to the touch, stretchy and sexy.
A lovely option for presenting in black lingerie or a black dress.
The sexy French Maid costume, the “soubrette” in France, is a form of ladies’ fantasy wear. One of the more popular costumes used as lingerie.
During the XIXth century, housemaids who served in wealthy French families wore simple, black-and-white afternoon uniforms.
Boys will be boys – and there were maids whose role wasn’t limited to keeping the house clean. Occasional sexual intercourse, discreet affairs, or even sexual harassment were a part of the deal in houses where the “Monsieur” was eager to use his power to satisfy his sexual appetite…
As the XIXth century developed many theatrical productions, especially in Paris, Maids were often portrayed in plays. A la ville comme à la scène, they had a stereotypical role in … bedrooms farces…
Nowadays, the design of the French maid dress can range widely, but seems to have several common traits :
- A black with white trim one-piece dress with a full skirt at or above knee-length.
- White half-apron, usually with ruffle or lace
- A ruffled or lace headpiece
- Long stockings or tights (nude or black)
- High heels
- White lace garter
The costume is strongly eroticized- often used in cosplay, as a fetish, foreplay and BDSM.
Nevertheless, even if its use is recreational, it still bears the original old-fashioned idea of sexual domination. The costume keeps on having a scandalous aura, historically involving a strong man dominating a woman…
The idea of a French Maid intent on her cleaning of a personal space with a feather duster being grabbed from behind for a little anal sex comes to mind…
A Thank You to Anne Marquet on Quora.
A great article about what to expect from a Penis as it Ages – I love that it mentions options for keeping the pelvic muscles working – we hear this all the time as Women (Kegels), but I now know it is important for men, too.