Compare a face in pain to a face in ecstasy… Both contorted.. No where to hide… the world falls away and there is nothing but this moment and that connection between us.
As a Pro Domme and lifestyle Mistress, I have many aspects to Me. I like to play differently with different people and I don’t always want to be sadistic. However, when the right fit comes along, it is a beautiful thing to unleash My talons and watch time distort… each second an eternity… their body, My instrument to orchestrate beautiful mayhem.
Most BDSM, and sex for that matter, comes down to the connection that flows between us and the places we go inside ourselves, and with each other.
Our brains are pretty smart. They're able to determine when a stimulus that's causing us pain isn't actually a threat, even when our bodies are screaming that it is. That initial scary moment coupled with the realization that we'd been duped by our senses actually brings us pleasure. The concept is called "benign masochism.
Sadomasochism involves a highly unbalanced power relationship established through role-playing, bondage, and/or the infliction of pain. The essential component is not the pain or bondage itself, but rather the knowledge that one person has complete control over the other, deciding what that person will hear, do, taste, touch, smell and feel. We hear about people screaming in pain with each strike of a flogger or drip of hot wax. We hear about it because it is happening in bedrooms and dungeons across the country.
What's new is that such desires are increasingly being considered normal, even healthy, as experts begin to recognize their potential psychological value. S & M, they are beginning to understand, offers a release of sexual and emotional energy that some people cannot get from traditional sex. "The satisfaction gained from S & M is something far more than sex, It can be a total emotional release." Although people report that they have better-than-usual sex immediately after a scene, the goal of S & M itself is not intercourse: "A good scene doesn't end in orgasm it ends in catharsis meaning the process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions.
So, it looks like pain is here to stay. We might as well enjoy it.
Mistress K you will do it my way