‘Tis the season to be spanked!

‘Tis the season to be spanked!

If there was ever a time of year to convert people to the joyfulness of receiving a spanking I believe it would be winter. What better way is there to warm up the body than a sound smacking on the bare bottom? It really does give you that warm fuzzy feeling from the inside out that no other kinky play can really compete with, though I appreciate I’m pretty biased! Whether you elfishly embraced the magic of Christmas (like me) or you’re more of a sultry Scrooge, I hope we can unite in finding some silly satisfaction in the abundance of seasonal scolding opportunities this time of year. It’s not hard to be creative with the role playing … You better not cry, you better not pout … I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus … that little drummer boy … the naughty list!? I believe Santa was a spanko, and I’m sure the scene where he get’s cross and threatens his cane in Miracle on 34th street may have something to do with my love of older disciplinarians. Although anyone who truly believes, knows that Santa is female and a very Pretty Dommeand I really am an elf just raised by humans. If you don’t believe yet and need evidence, then you’re in luck, I have vid proof! Watch as I get thoroughly humiliated and in trouble for being a naughty little elf by Santa, not once but twice! Support me directly by checking out our daft Xmas antics on my ManyVids where there is a big SALE or ideally via my Silly Rabbit studio on Clips4Sale with this link:


By using the above link I can receive 75% profit until the end of Jan on my clips4sale. I really appreciate the support, thank you in advance! I will work hard to get all my clips on there in the next week so you can support me directly, I have been so slow at this and as the gorgeous Miss Iceni pointed out, I’m missing out on the royalties! I have some great clips coming, written by the witty @Hawkeye0701 on Twitter ☺️ For now, my elfish antics will certainly give you a giggle!

Home alone and deeply restless, the craving for some over the knee discipline runs a little too deep tonight. Instead I’m wrapped up in the chunkiest and cosiest of faux fur blankets, sipping a whisky, and listening to the whispery voice of Lune Innate in my best attempt to self soothe, which will have to do as I’m not sure when I shall get my next spanking fix. Having done my time slaving away in a career cage in London, I really do cherish the fact that I can be paid whilst openly being a spank slut, long may it last! Yet whilst I strive to own my kinky desires unashamedly, I’ll admit I do still feel anxiety around the feelings of dependancy that this fetish sometimes brings. The longing to be disciplined has something to do with the power play and intimate exchange for me, so it’s not something that is satisfied from just anyone, and I can’t always let go in the same way, especially not by self administering impact play and I often struggle to without scolding. I think it is for these reasons I have started enjoying topping too, I really do ‘get it’ and as a top I want my spankee to feel disciplined whilst also affectionately wanted and cared for.

Just chillin’ like a Dilan

I’m embarrassed to admit that when I began writing this I was not long home from a spanking shoot down south, where spanktastic photographer @JasOakPhotos did attentively redden my seat. It’s been a few weeks since I scribbled the above words about feeling ‘needy’, but with new tightened Covid restrictions and having clumsily left my heart in all the wrong places, I’ll admit my craving for physical intimacy has only grown since. I struggle with SAD so I’m paticularly self-aware of my heightened sensitivity when the days get darker, and I even found myself experiencing sub drop for the first time in a while after a caning shoot in October. It feels a bit vulnerable to be writing this, I really hate nothing more than being pitied. I’m sharing incase anyone else feels they are being ‘too needy’ or ‘too much’ in their desires, you are not alone! Remember you are no more needy than someone who may be craving their own space or distance, or other attention, you just have different wants and needs. I have learned from experience it’s simply not helpful to fall into a downward spiral of self criticism, so don’t listen to voices that aren’t helpful. That said, I appreciate practicing self love is easier said than done, we all have complicated personal lives to deal with. My intuition rarely fails me, so I am really trying to connect and listen to my body and mind, and I do need to slow down a little. Gently being you is gold star worthy too, honest. Trust me, as I cocooned in the first lockdown I started blossoming into Miss Honeysuckle – and teachers know best!

We are all a little fragile ❄️

Art by CrazyLegs14, Fetlife.
Inspired by our photoshoot in the Highlands, post lockdown Spring 2020, where I told him all about the Japanese art of Kintsugi.

I think we should embrace the feeling of fragility. I want to feel like a precious vase on a mantlepiece, admired, adored and then brutally thrown to the ground and destroyed into lots of little pieces, before delicately mended back together again, more beautiful than before. Objectification, especially in lots of feminist literature, is often discussed as an awful and abusive thing… but I think this line of thinking can be rather immature. As a woman, and a liberal feminist, I am plagued by my overactive mind and often fail to meet my own standards – that are usually much higher than anyone elses. So I find it is so nice to just let go and be adored, most of the time I love being objectified and fulfilling someone’s fantasy, which in return makes me feel good. Sexual/kinky objectification in many forms can be freeing, it is cathartic to stop overthinking and just embrace the pleasure or pain of belonging to someone in the moment. I’m smiling from the inside as I revisit a memory when I had a boundary pushed by a sadist, I fully submitted to consensual non consent, and I have never felt more alive. I was used and degraded, but then lovingly showered, and my intense feeling of gratitude and the euphoria that followed was overwhelming (in a good way). I felt every emotion, but most importantly I was fully present in the moment, where no other mindful activity, yoga practice or meditation has ever taken me before. Maybe that is also where danger or addiction lies. Sometimes I do wobble about my desire for this escape and question why I want to feel so small. This man sadly wasn’t a keeper, and part of me hates that I cling to this memory, but I choose to remain happy about this intense and meaningful connection. I hope to have the opportunity to experience fear and anger and love like that again.

Humanity is fragile. As kinksters we have to be extra mindful that we are toying with living and breathing human beings. Even basic impact play is ‘consensual abuse’ that is often easily misunderstood and so I believe we have a duty of care to be extra responsible. I don’t just mean physically, but I think people vary in their ability to ‘detach’ emotionally and the hurt that comes from relationships ending or play and dynamics going wrong can still be incredibly painful, even if there was no bad intention or romantic attachment. I love that we are a community that shares experiences and creates guidelines and advice around consent and non-monogamy, relationships of these kinds are ultimately about communication, things change and people will still get hurt. I’m an adventurous soul and I wouldn’t want to belong anywhere else, life on the edge can be scary but it’s also thrilling. I often jump into kinky dynamics seemingly impulsively, but I do always check in with my rational head and try to focus on how I feel intuitively (again .. brave? Or stupid haha). Whilst I rarely regret these decisions, in my personal life I do struggle with getting too quickly attached and often go for avoidant partners – a habit that rarely ends well. I can’t say I will change, but I am going to try and be less of a hopeless romantic and focus on self love a little more in 2021! Anyone joining me?

Making my debut on set as Miss Honeysuckle. Camerawork by Kima Zake, exciting footage to come alongside the stunning Miss Scarlet in 2021! From top right to lower left: Bella, Mila, Naomi & Eden 🍑

It takes courage

to stay delicate

in a world this cruel.

Beau Taplin

I’ve always been good with my hands so I think it’s a natural progression that I have started exploring my toppy side more too. Expectations are high for what the kink Gods may bring in 2021, especially with a promising vaccine on the horizon! If you had asked me a year ago I would never have imagined myself as a pro disciplinarian but it comes a lot more naturally than expected, especially the scolding! I’m still maturing, mastering the cane and learning about myself, but it feels tremendous to take my spanking enthusiasm to the next level. It’s a lesson to never limit yourself by your own beliefs. Thank you to all the lovely bottoms who let me practice! After playful experiences with friends, topping on set and now a few corporal punishment sessions as Miss Honeysuckle under my belt, I have discovered an exciting sadistic streak!

For the first time ever, I can imagine enjoying the power and responsibility of being dominant and switching in my personal life too, and would love to be gifted true submission with a play partner some day, I can imagine it is a great honour to receive.

What do you call yours? 🍯

Hand Lettering by Alison Carmichael

On a wintery note and in a similar delicate vein, I’ve decided to nickname my vulva my snowflake. Maybe in the summer I’ll go bare and call it my honeypot like a true dirty sassenach – if this reference is lost on you, then check out Jamie in Outlander, a major on screen highlight of my 2020! I like cunt too but only in very dirty talk, snowflake is much more ‘me’! It’s sensitive, rarely seen and gorgeously melts with a little temperature play. Another highlight of my year was treating myself to this ceramic dildo from Coco de Mer which you can fill with hot water, it is something I’ve wanted for years but always seemed far too indulgent a treat to myself … working like a crazy person 7days week for a few months in a pandemic has to have its perks, although I haven’t even stopped to actually play with it yet!  

As I was hanging snowflakes on my Christmas tree, I couldn’t help but think about how sad it is that something so intricate and darling as a snowflake has become a derogatory term for my generation. I also think people who say ‘I hate snowflakes’ are normally really annoying people who spend all their time bitching about other people’s incompetency rather than helping come up with a solution, so they need to work harder at being kind. I’ve somehow never been called a snowflake (to my face at least) but I do identify with being sensitive and past battles with depression have been hard and real. I was raised with some Northern grit so I’m not usually offended easily, but even if there is some truth around millennials not being made of tougher stuff, I’d personally rather hang out with a gentle snowflake than a hot-headed hailstone. I wish all the snowflake haters would have some time out to work on their selves as they aren’t helping any sensitive souls with their out-dated attitude. Rant over.

❄️ ‘Tis also the season to celebrate snowflakes!
Photo by Pretty Domme – check out her OF if you haven’t already!

In role-play however, well, bring on the outdated scoldings .. I still really love trembling under the hand of an authoritarian telling me I have ‘let down the school’ or whatever, the more over the top and unfair the reason for my punishment the better!! I like to be unfairly on the receiving end and have to take it anyway.

Although as a new top who is acutely aware of the impact of self talk, there are certain things you won’t find me naturally saying in a scolding. I don’t personally like use of the words ‘pathetic’ or ‘weak’ so would need strong conviction from a bottom before considering using these… a good disciplinarian knows the difference between being strict and just plain mean I think. That said, I can see how accidents must happen as words carry such different weight for people. I have no issue being called ‘slut’ or ‘whore’ for instance whereas I know for others this a huge no go area. Being disciplined for being a dirty slut gets me in the perfect headspace. It is equally important to take responsibility as a bottom and be aware of what you want and don’t want to hear. I ‘let go’ and really get into the headspace when topping too, so you need to know these things in advance to avoid insult.

Anyway, what do you call yours? I don’t want insult anyone but I’ve always secretly loved the power that the word cunt holds, anyone can be a dick but a cunt … that holds real power! Even typing it I feel naughty. I’m not really a swearer but there’s something about an attractive dominant talking dirty about a dripping wet cunt that makes my snowflake melt (see, both work)! Somehow it echoes the power of the feminine divine. Did you know there is a Hindu goddess of nature called Kunti? I had a similar discussion with a friend who shared this hilarious woman’s mission with me to to add a definition of cunt to the dictionary that includes the overlap or intersection in a Venn diagram by 2023. She’s so passionate I want to help her. In the same way I’ve reclaimed cunt, being a slut and objectified as ways that feel empowering as a woman, I’m now ready to reclaim Snowflake – Who’s with me!?

Oh dear, I realise I’ve gone on quite a few tangents here, I hope I made you smile. This year has been a bit of a mare for us all hasn’t it! I hope like me you manage to find some silver linings. Huge thank you to all the wonderfully generous people who have hired or helped me this year in my kinky professional adventures, it is so liberating to be able to do what I love! Massive thank you also to everyone who supported me by sharing and/or contributing to my summer fundraiser – I’m delighted to share that we managed to reach the target of £1250 and Laxman now has his own wheels and the freedom to move independently and get to his studies in Nepal – well done for changing his life, I’m so delighted he got his scooter, woop woop!

May the tears you cried in 2020, water the seeds you plant for 2021.

Your favourite Silly Rabbit xxx

Laxman needs our help!

Laxman needs our help!

Please show your support and contribute to my birthday fundraiser 🤗

Help fund a 4 wheel mobility scooter so he can get to college. Vanilla me has managed to raise £300 already but my total target is £1250, Just click on the Gift Funds section of my things to get me page to donate.

Differently-abled shouldn’t equal discrimination, but that is often the sad reality in Nepal and being paraplegic can be extra difficult. Please help raise enough money to buy at least 1 four wheeled scooter so that Laxman has equal opportunity to continue his studies like his classmates. In his words:

picture of Laxman in his wheel chair


My name is Laxman Rana Magar. I am 21 years old. I have 3 siblings and my mom at home. My father recently passed away because of paralysis. I had accident in 2013. I fall down from tree while I was cutting branches for cows and buffaloes.Originally I’m from Dhading district but since 2013 I’m staying in Kathmandu. Initially I stayed at Khagendra after that I went to hostel and now I’m staying in spinal sports office. Recently I passed +2 and I want to continue my further study. My college is far from the place where I am living. It is impossible to travel by public vehicles because they ignore to take us. If I got four wheeler scooter I can continue my study and I will be independent.

Thank you so much.

Laxman, Nepal

I was sent Laxman’s story via my friend Krishna. I encourage you to read his inspirational personal story too: https://www.krishnanepal.com/about/

We met in Nepal as I was visiting Khagendra New Life Centre, home to over 80 disabled people, all of whom require medical equipment and support. Most residents come from low income families and it’s often people are found dumped at the door in dire need. The sanitation, general facilities and space left a lot to be desired. They were lacking in staff, there was no physio and only 1 nurse. I remain impressed at how well the residents of the care home manage with such few resources. It was an overwhelmingly depressing privilege check. Many residents have so much potential but lack the resources and basic freedoms I so often take for granted.

The experience was made a lot more positive upon meeting Krishna. He is a truly amazing individual, and despite being paralysed from the neck down, is unstoppable and devoted to securing funding and improving the day-to-day well being for all the residents, and continuing support to those moving on. Thanks to Krishna as their spokesperson, many now have individual sponsors and can enjoy the basic opportunities once closed to them like independent mobility and schooling. When I visited, those able had made bracelets to sell, and I bought as many as I could afford but wished I had more to give.


I am kickstarting this fundraiser with a Birthday wish. I’d really appreciate any support you can offer in helping me towards the cost of a new wheels for Laxman. If you can’t personally give, please share with someone who can!

Please be generous: https://www.thingstogetme.com/68957a1a342 X

Each morning we are born again, what we do today is what matters most


Do all Kinksters think the same?

Do all Kinksters think the same?

Jillian Keenan’s youtube videos ‘Do all Spankos think the same?’ sparked more questions than Boris Johnson’s Covid speeches in my close circles. If you haven’t already watched, I highly recommend watching Keenan’s Part 1 and Part 2 before reading this post!

I’m a big fan of Keenan and think she is a really great voice for the spanking community. I have been enjoying lockdown with her book Sex with Shakespeare and have had moments throughout shouting ‘Yes!’ in agreement. Yet, my initial reaction to the first video on whether all Spanko’s think the same was ‘Oh, maybe I’m not a true Spanko?’ A problematic view, especially to anyone who’s spanked me or watched me be spanked, who will beg to differ with it! I will be honest, I was mainly watching to begin with because my dear friend Katie-Jane is starring in the panel. Which I should add, is still a very worthwhile reason for viewing, she comes across delightfully and I giggled to myself when she made comments about a female disciplinarian that I also very much admire. I certainly didn’t expect to find myself questioning my sexual orientation and having a mini identity-wobble! However, the confusion and contradictions I found whilst watching, eased as I began sharing and debating the video with other kinky friends, not just ‘spankos’. I will do my best to share some of the key points covered in these discussions, exploring the main themes of sexual orientation, non-monogamy and what is sex or kink?

The Kinsey Scale

‘My fetish is my sexual orientation’ was one prompt that made me feel like an outsider. Everyone in the panel sat down to agree with this, articulating their love language as spanking full stop. Whilst spanking is my biggest fetish, I had never put it in the same camp as being bisexual. So for me this was rather confusing. At first, my thought process was, they must have been born with a spanking gene and maybe I wasn’t … but then I don’t believe I was necessarily ‘born’ bisexual any more than I was ‘born’ with my love of being over someone’s lap. I was quite late to discovering and embracing my kinky side. Despite having playground memories of power play games scarily close to my sexual role-play now!

Another fetish of mine is rope, admittedly not on the same level as spanking, and peers agreed that they weren’t ‘born’ into rope but it’s bigger for them than sexual intercourse, and they could live without it although they’d choose not to (in the same way all people can live without sex, it’s not actually a need, read Come as You Are by Emily Nagoski if you don’t believe me). I guess whilst I can’t imagine my life without spanking, it’s in the same way as my close mountain man can’t imagine his life without climbing. Spanking is intimate, but is not always about sex for me. Therefore I just can’t choose between the two. I’m a spanking fetishist and sex-orientated. I personally prefer the broad open label ‘kinky’ where I feel less pigeon-holed. I felt a tad uncomfortable after the video about my love of spanking, like I wasn’t in the true spanko community of pure, spanking-only fetishists. When I discussed this insecurity, my rope friend shared ‘It sounds a bit elitist’. I just don’t feel like the panel represented me here, and actually I do know a lot of other people really into spanking who also love other forms of power play and kink varieties and/or sex.

I was further baffled, when the question of non-monogamy came up. This split the panel, mainly due to people’s different semantic understandings. I was with Keenan on this one, and class myself as non-monogamous due to my playful relationships with other kinksters, yet romantically would say I am monogamous and most often (but not always) sex is kept within my romantic relationship. A lot of kinky people I know are poly, but hardly anyone defines themselves as monogamous – so this was another shock to me to see many did! I found this extra weird following the prior emphasis on their fetish being their sexual orientation. If spanking is someone’s primary sexual orientation, then how is spanking play not seen as multiple play relationships? Semantics are so important in the kink community in order for everyone to be able to communicate clearly and play in a safe and consensual way with one another. Whilst I’m trying to adopt Keenan’s progressive view of sexual orientation as a bisexual fetishist, I do think the panel should have all recognised their non-monogamy, even if they are not polyamorous. That said, at the same time, I understand the resistance here. My ‘vanilla’ family and friends who know a little of what I’m into, have no problem at all with spanking or rope, but seemingly have a huge issue with the idea of multiple partners, even if ‘play’, any label other than social norm of monogamy is often met with judgement. The definitions I find helpful can be found here, non-monogamy can simply mean more than one relationship.

What even is sex?

Keenan didn’t actually ask this, but my friends and I ended up discussing it, A LOT. My initial problem with defining my own sexual orientation was my narrow interpretation of the word ‘sexual’, but then I realised you can be bisexual and asexual just basing it on attraction. If it helps, we all watched this lady’s inclusive definition of sex before tweaking it to decide on our own understandings. To bring it back to spanking, what is it that makes it someone’s sex? Or any other fetish? I realised after considerable debate, that ‘sex’ for me, includes physical genital stimulation of some sort. So spanking or rope at a workshop or play event with a new person may be intimate and make me feel alive (like dancing or a mountain view) but it’s mostly playful and non-sexual. Alternatively, it might be non-sexual but emotionally liberating and cathartic, helping me to let go of some personal pain with a trusted top. Yet other times, say with a repeated play partner or someone with whom I am very physically attracted to or hold a strong power play dynamic, a spanking may feel ‘sexual’ because I am incredibly sexually aroused, and any genital touch would make it suddenly a ‘sex’ act in my head. Should only ‘sexual’ spankings like this count as non-monogamy? The definition of sex seems to differ for everyone though, some may class phone sex as better than the physical act, or dismiss the word ‘sex’ altogether and I think with reflection it makes sense that different forms intimacy can impact people in individual ways, and any fetish could be more meaningful and essential to someone than anyone actual physical touch of their genitals.

By Gillan Keenan, image from youtube vid Is Fetish a Sexual Orientation ?

I later attended Durham munch where the great discussion with a variety of kinksters started with the prompt ‘what does kink mean to you?’. For instance, my kink is not only spanking but rather my innate attraction to power exchange. The fetish-sexual orientation question was also discussed, and it was a much more mixed response, with most people agreeing they weren’t born kinky. I guess I currently feel my sexual orientation seems separate and less important than my ‘kink’ orientation. The problem with mixing the two, and Keenan’s graph, is that it leaves no room for asexuals. I would like a kin’k’sey scale where you can be vanilla – fetishist to varying degrees depending on how you love, accompanied by a private-exhibitionist measure. I’d adapt the Kinsey sex orientation scale to include room for asexuality and pansexuality and keep it separate. For instance, if sex is nothing to you and you secretly only get off on tickling, you could be asexual and a private tickle fetishist. Or in Keenan’s case, she would be bisexual and an out-and-proud spanko, with more emphasis on the latter. Just an idea. Like sex and gender, I think the definition of kink needs to be inclusive and variable.

Keenan’s other points that raised eyebrows included ‘do converted ‘vanilla’s’ exist?’ and ‘do you trust kinky people more?’ To the latter I would say no! I might be more open and not face judgement with fellow kinksters, but that’s not the same as trust. If anything, I have experienced boundaries being crossed and narcissism, so now tread more cautiously and mistrust sadists on average more! As for the vanilla question, my friend pointed out the word ‘vanilla’ is now thrown about as an insult, when actually, a lot of kinksters once held different views and were seemingly ‘vanilla’ at some point, just as some people may be privately kinky behind closed doors but not social about it. Having tried a kink free long-term relationship which just didn’t work out, I agree on the one hand that on some level you just can’t change people. Yet on the other, I think people can change themselves, and I have definitely helped some’vanilla’ people who were curious on how to spank and tie rope, and found they are naturals. I think a lot of it comes down to attitude and openness. For me, accepting the non-monogamous nature of kink has really been enlightening. I don’t expect to find a life partner who fulfills every single need of mine, rather I would like to find a romantic partner that I can connect with on a least some of my preferred levels of intimacy, who is open-minded enough to let me embrace other playful relationships. Again, I’m not sure an elite ‘kink’ club is a good thing, I would like to encourage a bit more fluidity here as I think you get different levels of kink, people outside of any kink community who enjoy sex, could often still be somewhere on the kink spectrum, even if they don’t prioritise it like a fetishist would.

Does spanking correct you?

Finally, another thing that really struck me in the video was the gorgeous Kelly May’s description of why spankings do not work for behaviour modification, specifically when she described her earlier self ‘I had to keep breaking myself so someone could put me back together’. I identified with this 100%. Personally, I don’t now want a disciplinarian to actually correct me. We can play at it, DEFINITELY, the scolding is a key part of the fetish for me and helps me feel smaller/get into a subby headspace. But I am already extremely self critical, so to be spanked for behaviour that actually needs correcting feels unnecessarily mean, abusive or just annoying. I have actually tried it for small things I’d like to change and failed, so I know empirically it doesn’t work on me. People sometimes pick up on the submissive elements of my nature and decide I must be dangerously vulnerable and in need of their saviour, they often try to ‘fix’ me or try to show kindness by taking control, and ‘sexually’ it makes me unattracted and want to run. I am a free spirit, proud of my softness, yet very much in control of myself thank you. I value my ability to submit. Then when I do let go, I feel truly free and not coerced. But it’s taken me a lot of trial and error to get to the headstrong place I’m currently in, and I have a genuine fear based on experienced manipulation. I find it fascinating that some people rely on spanking as an effective part of actual behaviour correction (not in isolation), Keenan included. I can identify on some level having enjoyed cathartic pain, I think trauma lives in the body, and in some way this need to mentally go somewhere beyond pleasurable appears linked to making sense of injustice or uncomfortable feelings. I’ve found for instance that some older spanking fetishists who were actually abused in school with implements, find a need to re-live this extreme pain and ‘own’ this experience of submission, re-experiencing the trauma again and again, something I can’t completely identify with but appreciate the intensity of this d/s interaction.

I would love to discover where other people identify in terms of sexual orientation, non-monogamy and where they sit on my vanilla-fetish spectrum. I’m so grateful to Keenan for creating these videos, in particular for highlighting her views around sexual orientation as it has really made me reflect more critically on how I view myself as spanking fetishist with a broad sexual and kink appetite privately, and it has highlighted the importance of power play for me (which comes with a zillion warning tags and it’s own issues/debates). Discussing this has also made me realise that a key trait for me in any close relationship is open-mindedness. I hope reading this and watching her videos has sparked similarly interesting thoughts for you. Maybe another good adjustment to debating from prompts in Keenan’s video would be rather than to answer yes/no, to have scale of 1-10. I would add the questions, Do you enjoy play with people other than your romantic partner(s)? Were you born with this fetish? Most of my spanking friends are social and open in the kink community, but I’m curious how many private fetishists there are out there! I would love to explore this further so please feel free to reach out or comment on this.

Thank you for reading if you’re still here! I got a bit carried away!


Brave New Blog

Brave New Blog

‘I love how brave you are’. I hear this a lot. Brave or stupid!? I’m not so sure. I have been thinking about building a website for a while, and with social distancing looking like it’s the new normal for a bit, I figured now might be a nice time to try a blog too.

I wouldn’t call myself a writer so I can’t promise anything special. But I do love reading. Especially about other people’s kinky adventures. I have certainly had some wild experiences of my own and sharing is caring right!? So I’m seeing this as a little experiment and hoping a few of you might enjoy my mischievous musings.

As well as sharing some of my spontaneous escapades, I hope to use this space to test out some of my wildest daydreams, as well as a platform to recommend artists and writers that I admire and find inspiring. I’m also passionate about celebrating kink with a conscience. By this I mean having the dirtiest fantasies without any of the guilt, shame or judgement that often comes attached. I imagine a kinky future full of delicious deviants of all different abilities, genders, ethnicities, classes, shapes and sizes who respect each other, have healthy boundaries, understand consent, and use no animal products or single-use plastic. SUCH a sexy vision!!

If you just want pictures of my bum, I still love you – just follow me on Twitter or Fetlife and I’ll keep it peachy 🍑

However, if you imagine a similar slutty utopia then I would love to connect with you . In a nutshell, subscribe to my blog if you desire a sneaky glimpse into the inner workings of my dirty mind along with some fabulous creative inspiration as well as eco-friendly product reviews and ideas.

And if like me, you just need a charming Irish man to persuade you to do, well, anything then as a thank you for reading this far please listen to Mr Marks wish you a lovely day and hear how he enjoys my updates, especially the naughty tings – I must be doing something right 😉

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