Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The repulsive things that make your cock hard

People tell me their wildest fantasies. They also tell me all about the crazy, naughty, twisted things they've done.

Did you know most straight men have tranny fantasies? Know how I know? They tell me.

I know a guy whose Domme made him masturbate farm animals. And a female sub whose Domme made her submit to a dog. Yes, it was truly doggie style.

I could go on but you get the picture. People do some crazy, sick shit and they tell me about it.

What is it about me that makes people want to tell me things? Well, I am open minded and I don't judge.

Except when it comes to children. I want to hurt child molesters in not fun ways. That's not even an acceptable fantasy in my book.

But other than anything involving children, I don't judge. Does it mean I am going to encourage my sub to have close personal relations with animals? Hell no.

Might have a straight male sub jerk off a tranny though.

Kidding.

Ok not really.

But my point is, people tell me crazy shit because they know I won't judge them.

Recently someone I'm close to told me he'd done something very very naughty.
"Lilyana, it's SICK and yet as I'm sitting here talking to you about it, I'm ROCK HARD."

He's been in the lifestyle a long, long time. And like anyone who is kinky, he's upped the ante over time. He's progressively gotten kinkier.

I think we all do that. We kinksters love the high we get from our naughty play. And we're always seeking the next biggest thing - the next big high. So we try new things. And usually each new thing is naughtier than the last.

A lot of times the naughty things are taboo. And sometimes the fact that it's taboo is more of a turn on than the act itself.

I REALLY enjoy getting into someone's head and discovering what turns then on and why. I've learned to poke around in a submissive's brain and figure out their trigger points so I can use them to bend him to my will.

So I used my working knowledge of sexual deviant psychology to help my friend. He was VERY perplexed at how he could be aroused by talking about something so repulsive.

"It's very taboo," I reminded him. "You're kinky. You're turned on by things that most normal people find taboo."

"But the idea of it, Lilyana, it's not hot, it's sick. So why am I hard just telling you about it?"

I explained that it wasn't what had happened that was arousing to him. It was the fact that what had occurred was so taboo - THAT is why his cock was hard.

As soon as I said it, he knew it was true and he felt better about it.

We can't control what arouses us and sometimes what arouses us is something that also repulses us. This was the case for my friend.

What we CAN control is whether or not we act on what arouses us. We are not slaves to our horniess (although sometimes it might seem that way).

I think now that my friend knows WHY he was aroused - because the act was taboo, not because the act itself was hot - he can move on to something else he doesn't also find quite so distasteful. He can move on to another kinky high.

As a true friend compelled to help him, perhaps I should do something that will distract him - to get his mind off of things.

Tranny handjob maybe?

2 comments:

  1. Excellent post. You put (so eloquently) into words my own personal thoughts and beliefs on this topic. Well done!

    xo

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  2. It seems like the BDSM community is trying to rediscover morality. Most BDSM blogs nowadays are really boring treatises on ethics and furtive forays into an wholly untrained and under-informed discussion of morality. I'll be honest, it is getting to be a drag reading BDSM blogs these days. Back in the day, people had exciting stories to tell and it was all about getting off and liberating the libido. Femdom has become money-making (financial domination,) homo-erotic (tranny, dildos and -wtf?- forced homosexuality). It seems to becoming sexless bullshit. I long for the day when my girlfriend would piss on me and afterwards I would fuck her brains out while she held the leash. That was all we needed, and all we still need to get off.

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