|“Do you still need the ring gag?” is one of those questions that’s often quite hard to answer coherently.|
|You’ll probably feel more comfortable doing what you’re told, too. Or experience discomfort if you don’t – which is basically the same thing.
|He used to think size doesn’t matter. He’s learning that it does.
Mistress Eleise de Lacy, there. Speaking, as we were, of feeling weak in the knees…
|There’ll be thin lines in lots of places quite soon. Cris-crossing, some of them, and that can be agony.
|I’m not a very spiritual person, myself, but my guess is that she will.