July 29, 2014

baka-dl:

bedwetr1:

I Love It ALL!!

I love my plush n.n

(Source: achim1232000, via diaperedsissy96)

June 26, 2014
I wish i had this dress

I wish i had this dress

(via satin-maids)

June 26, 2014

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June 26, 2014
sissycaryl:

I AM n PROUD !!!!!!!!!!

I AM n PROUD little Sissy

sissycaryl:

I AM n PROUD !!!!!!!!!!

I AM n PROUD little Sissy

(Source: sissyslaveashley69, via sissymaidclaudette)

June 3, 2014
bearbears-little-princess:

babymermaidprincess:


bearbears-little-princess:

It is SAFE & CONSENSUAL


I love this

Thank you! :) I’m happy this is still getting notes! 

bearbears-little-princess:

babymermaidprincess:

bearbears-little-princess:

It is SAFE & CONSENSUAL

I love this

Thank you! :) I’m happy this is still getting notes! 

(via )

April 19, 2014
ppsperv:

It’s sooo darling!!!
Follow my tumblr—> Pretty Pink Sissy Perv

sissymaxine-gvv:

why yes i would, everyday if i had such an outfit!

ppsperv:

It’s sooo darling!!!

Follow my tumblr—> Pretty Pink Sissy Perv

sissymaxine-gvv:

why yes i would, everyday if i had such an outfit!

(Source: jenni-fairy)

January 25, 2014

Anonymous said: Does your maintenance master use intense sensations (pain) while you service him sexually, or do you service him without any added sensation? My master is slowly getting me to accept more pain during sexual service because he believes the only pleasure I should feel is from giving him pleasure. He is also introducing humiliation--does your master do that too?

slavekate:

Pain is sometimes a part of my sexual service, when he chooses - either because it gives him pleasure to see me serve through pain, or sometimes because he knows I get a certain amount of pleasure from pain and he may be in a generous mood and give me pleasure as well. 

Physical pain is a tricky thing. Remember — Sex happens in the brain. After you go through pain and sex together for awhile, your brain begins to associate sexual pleasure with pain (it’s called the Pleasure/Pain Principle) - Now - sharp or uninvited pain won’t seem sexual — but spanking, breast clamps, welts, etc. will begin to make you become aroused and wet once your brain begins to associate those sensations with the feelings of sexual use and pleasure. 

Sharp/Intense pain can have the opposite effect (the brain will add more adrenaline and less dopamine to your system so you will become more edgy, have a harder time focusing on anything (including your master), and have an increased desire to run or fight. 

The best way for your Master to know which reaction creates the best combination for his pleasure is to start with lower levers of pain and increase over time., noting the reaction and holding listening sessions where you can describe your sensations.   As for as making his pleasure your “Only” pleasure - that’s likely to backfire. One can only jerk the brain around so much - then it starts doing things on its own.

Slaves aren’t really prone to humiliation producing a reaction. Because - we are slaves - as long as we are follow a Master’s commands - we are happy and aroused by what we do because we are obeying. So we don’t feel shame (because a good slave is focused on what the Master thinks, not what others think) and so humiliation kinda falls flat.  I’ve done things that would  be embarrassing or that i would never choose to do if it were my choice  - but they never hold a significant interest or reaction.   

It’s like that old saying “You can’t punish masochist.” - Because the more pain you give them - the more they love it.  It’s hard to humiliate a slave and most Slave owners are more interested in creating obedience and passion for serving more than shame. 

Thank you for your questions. I wish you and your Master a great amount of joy and discovering in your practice.

kate

January 16, 2014
diapercuck:

And I can’t imagine a situation where I would ever be able to get my potty-training back, either…  Oh, Mommy….  Really?  *whimper*  Forever?

:D

diapercuck:

And I can’t imagine a situation where I would ever be able to get my potty-training back, either…  Oh, Mommy….  Really?  *whimper*  Forever?

:D

(via mntwinkbaby)

January 16, 2014
antipottytraining:

I live it a bit more then fantasize but you get the picture :p

antipottytraining:

I live it a bit more then fantasize but you get the picture :p

(Source: babiedboi)

January 8, 2014
whatapreciouslittlefuckfox:


Somebody asked me to make my Little FAQ (here) rebloggable, so…here you go! (I put the picture in because a: it’s super cute and b: it makes it so tumblr doesn’t squash all the text into a gross link automatically.)
What is a Little?
A Little is an individual, typically BUT NOT ALWAYS a submissive (“bottom”), who identifies with a younger state of mind and oftentimes will look to younger interests/passions/behaviors as a source of comfort, stress relief, entertainment, enjoyment. Littles in D/s relationships typically prefer nurturing and guidance to be the focus of their D/s relationship.
A Little is not interested in incest.
A Little is not interested in pedophilia.
Not all Littles engage in ageplay.
Not all Littles are submissives.
Not all Little submissives are sexually involved with their Dominant.
Not all Littles have a set “age” they identify with nor do all Littles “regress” into “Little Space”.
Littles are consenting and fully capable of understanding the relationship they are entering into. They are consenting adults, not children.
Littles are not completely dependent on their Cargiver; they are perfectly capable of making their own decisions and living their own professional/personal/scholastic lives and do.
Littles are not looking for a “sugar daddy” to take care of them; money is not the goal of the relationship.

ANYONE CAN BE A LITTLE. 
REGARDLESS OF:
weight/height/body type
race
age
gender (this is a big one!!! THERE ARE LITTLES WHO ARE MALE, LITTLES WHO ARE GENDERFLUID, LITTLES WHO DON’T KNOW WHAT THEIR GENDER IS.)
involvement in D/s—not everyone is into D/s! Not all Littles are submissives! Be a brat if you want! Be a total submissive doll if you want! Be a Dominant if you want! Be neither or both (a switch) if you want!
sexual orientation—you don’t have to have sex to be a Little, asexual Littles are totally a thing! You don’t have to be heterosexual either!
preferred title for significant other—You don’t have to have a male Dominant (or call him “Daddy”) to be a Little! You can have a Mommy or just a Sir, Mistress, boyfriend or girlfriend…you don’t have to call them anything (:
interests—you don’t have to like cartoons, coloring, pink, Hello Kitty, or cuddles. You can like racecars and gore and really shitty 80’s flicks.
distance from your significant other—you can be long distance and still manage, promise! <3
openness of relationship—some Littles are in open relationships, sometimes they share their Dominant with another Little or they are not mutually exclusive to their Dominant. Sometimes Littles are polyamorous and sometimes they aren’t. As long as everyone’s fine with the arrangement, it’s fine! :)
level of sexual activeness—you don’t have to have a sexual relationship with your Dominant. You might looove sex all the time, or maybe you just like the cuddles. No judgement either way!
level of experience in D/s
relationship status—you don’t have to have a significant other, Dominant or not, to be a Little. YOU determine if you are a Little, not who you are with.
specific age for your Little side—some Littles identify with the toddler age range. Some identify with six, seven, or eight-year-olds (and so on). Some prefer to associate with a pre-teen or teenager age range (and may be referred to as Middles). Some don’t know WHAT their Little age is. That’s all fine!
If you identify as a Little, then you’re a Little. That’s it. :) Don’t get wrapped up in labels and identities, just be what is comfortable to you.
What does a Little do? What might a typical Cg/l (Caregiver/Little) relationship entail? (Note!! I claim to be any type of authority, beyond being in such a relationship and having talked to many people about theirs. No two relationships are alike; there is no requirement for someone to be a Little—see the above section again if you need reassuring.)
having a significant other, typically Dominant, who may assign rules or guidelines, tasks, and assignments with the intention of looking out for, guiding, and helping the Little to become a better person. Some examples are bedtimes, rules for getting household tasks and homework done in a timely manner, and being polite.
entering “Little mode/space”, where a Little slips into a younger mind frame. They may change their behavior and way of speaking, using “baby talk” or less mature vernacular. Some Littles—though, again, NOT ALL—may engage in diaper play and age play. This is when a Little is typically most vulnerable. This is a type of stress relief and escape from the “big” world, somewhere they need to feel safe and loved and cared for.
Another important note: Littles are not children, they are not immature nor irresponsible. Most Littles have a very stressful, demanding, and challenging schedule outside of their “Little space”. They may have a very important job, a grueling course load in school, or very important roles in their family/community. They turn to their Little space to unwind, to relax. Just like submissives of other types have said, there is peace in the letting go of responsibility for a safe time. Littles look to their Little space—and sometimes their significant other and/or Dominant—to be there when they let all their worries and troubles go. Sometimes they go to their Little space because they enjoy the feeling of not being in charge of everything for once. This is where their significant other is important in protecting them in their vulnerability and making sure they take care of themselves, not just everyone and everything else that needs taking care of.

whatapreciouslittlefuckfox:

Somebody asked me to make my Little FAQ (here) rebloggable, so…here you go! (I put the picture in because a: it’s super cute and b: it makes it so tumblr doesn’t squash all the text into a gross link automatically.)

What is a Little?


A Little is an individual, typically BUT NOT ALWAYS a submissive (“bottom”), who identifies with a younger state of mind and oftentimes will look to younger interests/passions/behaviors as a source of comfort, stress relief, entertainment, enjoyment. Littles in D/s relationships typically prefer nurturing and guidance to be the focus of their D/s relationship.

  • A Little is not interested in incest.
  • A Little is not interested in pedophilia.
  • Not all Littles engage in ageplay.
  • Not all Littles are submissives.
  • Not all Little submissives are sexually involved with their Dominant.
  • Not all Littles have a set “age” they identify with nor do all Littles “regress” into “Little Space”.
  • Littles are consenting and fully capable of understanding the relationship they are entering into. They are consenting adults, not children.
  • Littles are not completely dependent on their Cargiver; they are perfectly capable of making their own decisions and living their own professional/personal/scholastic lives and do.
  • Littles are not looking for a “sugar daddy” to take care of them; money is not the goal of the relationship.

ANYONE CAN BE A LITTLE. 

REGARDLESS OF:

  • weight/height/body type
  • race
  • age
  • gender (this is a big one!!! THERE ARE LITTLES WHO ARE MALE, LITTLES WHO ARE GENDERFLUID, LITTLES WHO DON’T KNOW WHAT THEIR GENDER IS.)
  • involvement in D/s—not everyone is into D/s! Not all Littles are submissives! Be a brat if you want! Be a total submissive doll if you want! Be a Dominant if you want! Be neither or both (a switch) if you want!
  • sexual orientation—you don’t have to have sex to be a Little, asexual Littles are totally a thing! You don’t have to be heterosexual either!
  • preferred title for significant other—You don’t have to have a male Dominant (or call him “Daddy”) to be a Little! You can have a Mommy or just a Sir, Mistress, boyfriend or girlfriend…you don’t have to call them anything (:
  • interests—you don’t have to like cartoons, coloring, pink, Hello Kitty, or cuddles. You can like racecars and gore and really shitty 80’s flicks.
  • distance from your significant other—you can be long distance and still manage, promise! <3
  • openness of relationship—some Littles are in open relationships, sometimes they share their Dominant with another Little or they are not mutually exclusive to their Dominant. Sometimes Littles are polyamorous and sometimes they aren’t. As long as everyone’s fine with the arrangement, it’s fine! :)
  • level of sexual activeness—you don’t have to have a sexual relationship with your Dominant. You might looove sex all the time, or maybe you just like the cuddles. No judgement either way!
  • level of experience in D/s
  • relationship status—you don’t have to have a significant other, Dominant or not, to be a Little. YOU determine if you are a Little, not who you are with.
  • specific age for your Little side—some Littles identify with the toddler age range. Some identify with six, seven, or eight-year-olds (and so on). Some prefer to associate with a pre-teen or teenager age range (and may be referred to as Middles). Some don’t know WHAT their Little age is. That’s all fine!

If you identify as a Little, then you’re a Little. That’s it. :) Don’t get wrapped up in labels and identities, just be what is comfortable to you.


What does a Little do? What might a typical Cg/l (Caregiver/Little) relationship entail? (Note!! I claim to be any type of authority, beyond being in such a relationship and having talked to many people about theirs. No two relationships are alike; there is no requirement for someone to be a Little—see the above section again if you need reassuring.)

  • having a significant other, typically Dominant, who may assign rules or guidelines, tasks, and assignments with the intention of looking out for, guiding, and helping the Little to become a better person. Some examples are bedtimes, rules for getting household tasks and homework done in a timely manner, and being polite.
  • entering “Little mode/space”, where a Little slips into a younger mind frame. They may change their behavior and way of speaking, using “baby talk” or less mature vernacular. Some Littles—though, again, NOT ALL—may engage in diaper play and age play. This is when a Little is typically most vulnerable. This is a type of stress relief and escape from the “big” world, somewhere they need to feel safe and loved and cared for.

Another important note: Littles are not children, they are not immature nor irresponsible. Most Littles have a very stressful, demanding, and challenging schedule outside of their “Little space”. They may have a very important job, a grueling course load in school, or very important roles in their family/community. They turn to their Little space to unwind, to relax. Just like submissives of other types have said, there is peace in the letting go of responsibility for a safe time. Littles look to their Little space—and sometimes their significant other and/or Dominant—to be there when they let all their worries and troubles go. Sometimes they go to their Little space because they enjoy the feeling of not being in charge of everything for once. This is where their significant other is important in protecting them in their vulnerability and making sure they take care of themselves, not just everyone and everything else that needs taking care of.

(Source: littlefoxling, via paddedprincess)

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