Wicked Wednesday: Maddie’s tale

I clambered up onto his desk, aware of both Lucy and Sir watching me. So I sat on the middle, my knees up, arms over my knees, looking at them. He said, “Good girl. Now skootch a little further back. So you’re on the far side of the desk. When my chair is.” 

I skootched. His desk was oak. The wood was so hard and cold, under my bottom and thighs. “Sir?” 

 

But I’m going to have to cut here, though. This has been published and my publishers don’t want free competition from me. You can read it here

5 thoughts on “Wicked Wednesday: Maddie’s tale

    • I think fear of the cane decreases with experience, and ability to take the cane, and ability to eroticise the experience all grow with experience.

      So the first caning really is the hardest, I think, from the submissive’s point of view.

      Though I’d hope there’s always some fear, so it keeps its aura and gravitas, and still has a deterrent effect.

  1. That makes so much sense to me…fearing the unknown and things being better if you get them over with early. I’ve never considered it in kink or D/s terms, but its absolutely right.

    • If I’m starting a new relationship with a submissive, and it’s a Master/owned woman sort of relationship, I’m likely to find a reason for caning her fairly early.

      Otherwise fear of the cane does build up. The cane is a bit of a challenge, but it i’s easier when the submissive has experienced it, and they know it’s painful but not unbearable, and they know they came through it.

      Usually in my experience they came through it feeling kind of giddy, happy and aroused, once the pain had dropped down to background level. Which happens quite quickly. One woman told me that she doesn’t like getting the cane, but she loves the feeling, afterwards, of _having been caned_. That was neatly worded, and it seems to me to sum up how quite a few submissives feel about it.

      (But I’m not as brave as your average submissive, so I only know at second hand.)

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