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Why I Love Being a Phone Mistress (Part Three)

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More Reasons To Love Being a Phone Mistress

All walks of Life… From near and far… Any and all orientations and identities… Fantasy and real-time… These are all pieces to the puzzle that make being a phone Mistress and Masturbatrix a virtual Nirvana for me.

Now, what about . . . → Read More: Why I Love Being a Phone Mistress (Part Three)

Why I Love Being a Phone Mistress (Part Two)

Beyond Just the Stats

Yes… Every kind of man from everywhere across the globe… So fantastic!

I mentioned in my last post that my love of men and the diversity I encounter are two of the reasons I love being a resident Mistress at a phone sex service that is of the superior caliber . . . → Read More: Why I Love Being a Phone Mistress (Part Two)

Why I Love Being a Phone Mistress (Part One)

The Men and the Phone Mistress

I find men to be absolutely fascinating, and I feel incredibly fortunate to be in a position where I meet men from all walks of Life, some about whom I never know much personal detail and others with whom a most unique bond is formed and I come . . . → Read More: Why I Love Being a Phone Mistress (Part One)

EmmaJane Revealed: Sexy Trivia Answers (Part Two)

I’ll have some stimulating conversation with my coffee, please!

In answering the remaining trivia questions from “Mistress EmmaJane Birthday Trivia Round One: Sexy Time,” I am going to confine this post to one question due to the gravity it holds for me AND the fact that it is something that applies to the . . . → Read More: EmmaJane Revealed: Sexy Trivia Answers (Part Two)

Labels: A Cautionary Tale of Context

Defining, Defying, and Refusing Labels

This week on multiple occasions, I’ve seen an absolutely fantastic commercial, one done to promote a particular station’s programming, but smartly styled along the vein of a public service announcement. The gist of the commercial was not allowing yourself to be pigeonholed, stereotyped, and/or defined by labels that others . . . → Read More: Labels: A Cautionary Tale of Context