Feminine tuition

Men can learn a lot from women, especially if they are willing to step out of their comfort zones and bend over to learn something new.

Certainly not heartless – as a matter of fact she applies herself to her work with full-hearted passion, as you might discover.
I started experiencing periods of impotence soon after meeting my SO – apparently it happens to a lot of men. Pleading sometimes helps.
It’s a long-standing tradition so I hope you’ll approach it – and her – with due respect.
OK, that’s cleared that up. Still doesn’t explain why they all call you ‘Seaman’ though, as that rank hasn’t been used in almost a century.
To remember him, she kept a little spiked penis ring she’d had made for him with the words “Mistress Anne is my goddess not a sex fantasy” engraved around it, but she had to put it away in a drawer as it kept making her feel sad.

7 thoughts on “Feminine tuition”

  1. “Rover was killed by a Pontiac… and it was done with such grace and artistry that the witnesses awarded the driver both ears and the tail… But I digress…”
    Thank you, Servitor! Both this and the one earlier in the week were well worth the wait. That inscription on Her poor pet’s ring is one we’d all do well to remember. The two things are not the same at all, and yet… The promise of the one so draws us into the path of the other.
    And Tuesday’s reminds us that we really ought to ratify that amendment while we have the chance. Our Betters will not be so reticent. Nor should They be.
    Again, sir, let me thank you for these. They are so clever, so tightly written, and so rich with implication. It really is a high point of my week coming here.

    1. You’re very welcome David. I was inspired by your comments to create quite a few more respectful captions to Her divine image, including another relating to the much-needed Unequal Rights Act. So beauty will be stopping hearts a bit more frequently in future, I expect (while still – obviously – remaining a precious gem, appreciated all the more for its rarity).

      Best wishes


      1. Change the comment policy in what particular direction?

        Every so often, I get a little spate of totally spammy comments obviously generated by a bot, which are for some reason mostly directed at the latest OWK Memories post. In some ways they are quite funny, as they tend to consist of generic enthusiasm, suggesting that this blog has inspired the ‘author’ to change his life. Which – if true – might be no more than the spammers deserve. But I just delete them manually, it’s fine.

        Not quite sure what you were trying to say, but thank you for trying to say it.

        Best wishes


        1. For instance, here’s one I just removed: “I am now not sure the place you’re getting your info, but good topic. I needs to spend a while learning more or working out more. Thanks for magnificent information I was searching for this information for my mission.” To which I can only really reply ‘Good luck with your mission”.

          I think the only problem they cause is that before I see them and bin them, they clog up the little ‘Recent comments’ list there, but I usually deal with them quickly. As a rule of thumb, comments on the post titled “Memories, sweetened through the ages just like wine” are very likely indeed to be spam, alas.

          I’m not myself particularly technically competent but it does seem to be a rather ineffective spambot if it only ever targets the same, aging, post. Perhaps the spammers need a visit from one of the ladies who feature frequently on this blog, to teach them some more ‘helpful information’. Still, long may the incompetence continue. If it ever got to the point that this was happening on most posts, I’d be overwhelemed and would indeed need to restrict comments, pre-approving and so on. But I don’t want to do that.

          1. …and the latest one suggests I could do with a few percentages to drive my message home. Perhaps. But most of the ladies who feature here have much better methods.

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