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The Southern Mistress and the Labels (II)

Restraint, Self-Control, and a Calm Tone Are NOT Weaknesses

As far as why such qualities as kindness, understanding, an even tone, and calmness -per the assessment of some- require preclusion of the ability to effectively dominate another, that is nothing but nonsense. Furthermore, I am a naturally sensual woman and a naturally sensual Mistress; . . . → Read More: The Southern Mistress and the Labels (II)

The Southern Mistress and the Labels

Southern Dominatrix???

“You look like the girl next door and have such good manners. Are you sure you’re a Mistress?”

“’Southern Mistress… I’m a little surprised that a ‘good’ Southern woman can/would be a dominatrix.”

These are just a few statements or questions on which I have, right out of the proverbial gate, heard . . . → Read More: The Southern Mistress and the Labels

Off Celebrating My Birthday

…But I’ll Be Back in the Domination Saddle Soon!

Yes, today is marks the date of my birth, and the bold entrance into the world of the firecracker called “EmmaJane,” who would eventually become your Mistress of sensual humiliation, domination, and other erotic delicacies.

(…And, no, don’t even think of asking the natural question . . . → Read More: Off Celebrating My Birthday

About That Public Humiliation Thing… (Part II)

#4: Your private public humiliation fantasies won’t land you in jail (or the hospital); expressing them in public can.

It’s more than okay for you to love the idea of humiliation in public, BUT in reality…

Say you shock the wrong person -whether intentionally or inadvertently- and you get your ass handed to you . . . → Read More: About That Public Humiliation Thing… (Part II)

About That Public Humiliation Thing… (Part I)

Really Think About It…

Public humiliation is a very common element within a myriad of different scenarios for those who become aroused at the prospect of being on display while engaging in an act(s) that make them feel awkward, ashamed, embarrassed, and scrutinized.

Given the popularity of public humiliation fantasies and the fact that . . . → Read More: About That Public Humiliation Thing… (Part I)