Tuesday, August 24, 2010

New Rubberskin vid

A great new video from Rubberskin on YouTube - and a very strong vac he's got there...!

i would *love* to have this done - only, perhaps with someone on hand to toy with me once i was sucked down and helpless... ;)

Saturday, August 21, 2010

A quick (damp) ride

Finally! a chance to get out on the bike with my Handler...!

My back has been feeling a bit better of late and so Handler offered to come give me a short 'taster' ride to see how it would survive a little bike-time - since He had to come down this way to drop His bike in for it's service. He arrived on the CBF1000 courtesy 'loaner': it was so *tiny* compared to the Pan European that He could almost step over it instead of having to climb on/off. Even Handler laughed that it must have shrunk in the rain...

Unfortunately, that turned out to be frighteningly prophetic, because it then proceeded to chuck it down for the next 3 hours; we still headed over to Gloucester to pick up the PE, but it meant that there wasn't much point in heading off anywhere else more exciting. And even though it was an excuse to wear my waterproofs for the first time, the constant downpour left both Handler and pup soggy, wet, cold and a tad fed-up...

Still - despite the awful rain and the dreadful traffic through Cheltenham, it was GREAT to be able to be on the bike behind my Man again - and even a little interesting to experience a smaller, sporty bike (i took my CBT on a CBF125, so i already know they are quite a nice machine); it did feel terribly small and *skinny* though (like riding a broom-stick!) - and it was a relief to be back on the Pan European for the latter half of the ride!

Best of all, my back felt fine - no trouble on the bike, or aching afterwards - so hopefully we'll be OK for the EMC run in Hallamshire later next month!!!

Sunday, August 15, 2010

New leather kilt

Couldn't resist the sale at Union Kilts (http://www.kilts.org/) - and *finally* bought myself leather kilt. Nicely made - in high quality but beautiful soft buttery leather - and it feels fantastic... :D

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Simple pleasures


it was a genuine pleasure to see you last night - with You pulling up on the bike all tall and lean and leathered - calling in for a surprise visit to catch up with Your pup and say 'hi' to it's partner.

It really was wonderful to simply be able to sit (carefully!) at Your feet whilst my two Men chatted and laughed: no-one feeling any pressure to perform or impress - just Men enjoying the simple pleasure of sharing each other's company.

i know Your pup has been shy of seeing You - nervous of it's invalided state, and frustrated that it would not be able to be fully pup as it wants and needs to be when it is with You - anxious that *You* would be equally frustrated and nervous of hurting Your dog... But it really was enough just to be able to stroke Your Wulf boots and rest a hand on Your knee - and to feel the subtle thrill from Your gentle stroking of my arm as You talked. It was an incredible reminder of just how deep the Man-and-hound bond runs: no need for collars or paws - everything expressed by just a simple quiet act of affection and friendship, given in response to an equally subtle act of natural submission.

Most off all though - it was a pleasure to see *YOU* relax. i know things have been rough of late - and it pains me to see and hear You feeling overwhelmed by situations outside of Your control. But to see You laughing and making jokes - sharing recollections of early childhood perversity! - well, it let me know that, for a short while at least, we'd helped You unwind and forget. That did as much good to Your dog as i hope it did for You Sir.

Maybe it's true: Sometimes laughter really *is* the best medicine.

Friday, August 06, 2010

A few thoughts on Ownership...

I was recently chatting to another pup who had been in quite a destructive relationship - and who's 'Owner' had used the pup's status as 'dog' to him persuade into accepting emotionall blackmail, physical abuse and financial dependancy: stating "But you wanted to be a dog - and that's how dogs are treated. Dog's don't have rights..."

Finally the pup had the self-preservation to leave - but he did ask me "How do you know when you have found the right Owner...?"

The idea of being 'Owned' can be an attractive and powerful fantasy (for both pup *and* Owner). But don't let the fantasy distract you: it is effectively - and simply - a relationship.

Just like any relationship, it requires Trust and Respect and Honesty - and both parties have to benefit from the exchange and feel enriched by it. It is very easy to get lost in the idea that it's all about being a piece of property or a pet - that you are 'just a dog' and that everything is up to the Handler. But that's not even true of being the owner of a *real* dog, never mind a human-pet with a life separate from the play-room...

You can't let the 'BDSM/puppy-play' bit confuse you too much: -whether you spend all of your time on 2-legs or 4-legs it's still a relationship, and should be judged on similar terms:
  • Do you respect Him - can you trust Him?
  • Does He respect you and consider your own needs (and safety)?
  • Does He treat you as a human being 1st and a dog 2nd?
  • Do you know you are safe (even whilst He pushes and stretches your limits)...?
If you can't honestly answere 'yes' then maybe you are letting your dick rule your head - and that's *never* a good idea...

So, how do You know when you've found the right one?

To me, it's when He treats you with equal care and respect as Dominance - when He shows that your well-being is as important to Him as His getting off - when He encourages You and helps you to become a better *person* as much as a more obedient dog...

It's when you realise that you love Him, and that He is worthy of that love - *and* that He returns that love fully and completely.

It's when you realise that you would do anything and everything for Him - and He knows it and is honoured by it; but you also know that He would never take advantage of that devotion - or of you.

When that happens you really genuinely are 'Owned' - body and soul: a collar is an optional extra  ;)
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