Mistress took me out for our first BDSM community event together, a local munch in the Pittsburgh area hosted by a group called Pittsburgh Bridge. It was a wonderful, but interestingly complex, experience.
It was really nice to be in an environment where people recognized my collar, and my station.
It was very interesting because, while I am submissive to her, we are not a usual part of the BDSM community. I’m not much of a massochist, and we don’t play scenes. Our relationship can be described as gender-inverse 1950s household, heavy on domestic servitude, and I’m not a brat, I don’t seek punishment.
I try to be obedient, to do all my chores, to have dinner on the table when she gets home, as cooked-from-scratch as possible. The kink community generally prefers an edgier, more playful, encounter.
It was still nice to be with people who generally understood, and I’m always elated when I receive a compliment on my collar.
Poly couples like to talk about what it’s like that I’m a cuckold, but those who are poly don’t understand the jealousy I feel when my fiancee/Mistress is with another man, especially when she brags about it to/in-front-of me.
Our experiences are very different.
I’ve finally bought some nice pens and am taking pleasure in writing again. I’d love to find a pen-pal to exchange letters with, pertinent to my blog topic, and not. Letters incoming can be either hand- or type-written, but should be sent by snail-mail. I wouldn’t mind including your stamps in my outgoing missives if you wish, I’ve more stamps than I know what to do with.
My dispatches would include normal letters, post-cards, some on the back of Polaroids I’ve taken, and maybe even small packages. If you’d like to get more in the mail than bills from a man like me, please, send me a message.