Governing the Gang Girl 4: Suspense and counting, for a caned girl

This is an episode of the book that became “Governing the Gang Girl 4: Cold Cream”.

I’ve had to remove it, because my publishers don’t need it to be available free on my site.

No, girl, it ends when I tell you it ends. And I'm not going to tell you in advance

No, girl, it ends when I tell you it ends. And I’m not going to tell you in advance

In this episode Jack plans Charmie’s caning. He’ll tell her the number of strokes in advance, so she doesn’t have too much uncertainty. And he won’t make her count the strokes aloud and thank him, because he generally does that to stop submissive from drifting off into subspace under discipline.

He doesn’t mind if she does.

The other question is the position he’ll put her in. Some positions are more blatantly sexual than others: but his own inclinations have to be tempered by the fact that he’ll have

 

“This is beautifully written erotica, incredibly hot, about people who feel like real, three-dimensional people. Some of the BDSM events are harsh, but the atmosphere is always loving. JJ Mortimer turns human details and erotic details into pure steamy sexiness. Reading it is like being there, on a wonderful sensual ride!” – Isadora Druse, reviewer.

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I’ve had to remove the actual text, because this excellent and very sexy book has been published and is being submitted for sale at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, 24symbols, Angus and Robinson, tolino, Rakuten Kobo and Vivlio.

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4 thoughts on “Governing the Gang Girl 4: Suspense and counting, for a caned girl

  1. Yes, you’ve mentioned being a traditionalist. I also happen to know that you’re deeply rational. So my question is how you arrived at being a traditionalist with respect to such matters. Was it through a rational consideration of the options from a functional perspective? (Does tapping into an established tradition does some of the work for you, like borrowed scenery in a Japanese garden?) Or is it an aesthetic preference? (Perhaps any given detail is arbitrary and tradition works no better than anything else but tradition has depth and history.) Something else?

    As first canings go, it sounds perfectly gentlemanly. Hmm, is gentlemanly the word I want?

    • Of course it is. The word you want, that is.

      As for being a traditionalist, it’s mostly on matters of detail.
      I use rattan for canings. My tawse is from John Dicks. I don’t have a sjambok, but if I did, it’d be a real one. I think attention to detail helps to get the emotional and therefore the sexual ambience right.

      I think it also helps the submissive to know that others have been through their experience before, and came to no harm. And that a lot of thought has gone into whatever is to happen to them. It’s a sign that the Dom thinks that they’re valuable and special, and worth some effort.

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