If you would like to have a go at this perhaps you might like to
copy it into the comments section or onto your own blog. I would be very
pleased to have responses emailed to me (at firstname.lastname@example.org please.) I will try to reply to any that I receive (with assessment and grading
End of Semester examination paper
Answer all questions
Time allowed: 90 minutes
1.RACK or SSC?
a)What do these acronyms mean? Explain in detail.
b)Why are they important?
c)What are the advantages and disadvantages, strengths and weaknesses of each?
d)Which do you adhere to? Justify your decision.
2.Trust is key to any BDSM relationship. Give an example from your own experience of where trust has broken down and describe the consequences.
3.Overheard at a munch. "In the end it is all about sex isn't it?" What do you think he meant? Was he right?
4.Sarah and James were in a close BDSM relationship for 5 years. Sarah suffered from bipolar disorder which was mostly controlled through medication. Before meeting James, Sarah used to self-harm, often through cutting herself. Whilst in the BDSM relationship with James she no longer felt a need to do this. Their BDSM play was somewhat extreme. It involved needle play, stress bondage positions and heavy beatings including use of a whip. Eventually the relationship broke down. Some months later Sarah went to a police station with her lawyer. She claimed she had been restrained, whipped and beaten by James and although she acquiesced at the time, that because of her mental condition she was unable to give informed consent. She showed photographs of scars on her back and breasts. How should the police respond?
1.Write a haiku about pain.
2.Complete this paragraph, "I am a submissive/switch/dominant (delete as appropriate) because ... The final paragraph should contain EXACTLY 100 words.
3.Write a short story or poem that illustrates the sensuality of submission.
Wishing all of my readers the compliments of the season. I hope you
find some peace and tranquility as well as lots of fun. Beau has posted
slightly more scurrilous festive greetings here.
I will not have time to write much more before I return to Shanghai
straight after Christmas.
I have however drafted and scheduled one more post. It is in the way
of being a New Years quiz which many UK newspapers often set at this time of year.
However I have done it in the style of a college examination paper. It is
intended as a bit of fun but has a serious element to it. If you would like to
have a go then you could write your response in the comments or on your own
blog if you have one. If you would prefer to email it then send it direct to me at email@example.com (my gmail accounts work less well in China but should now divert to the yahoo account anyway.)
I have scheduled the post to appear on New Years Eve.
If you write your response on your blog I would be very grateful if
you were able to send me a copy as Blogger and Wordpress are difficult to access in China.
Not had time to discover much of kink in Shanghai though I am sure it exists. There is a group on Fetlife. I haven't mastered the software yet though to get through the new Great Wall of China - of Internet control and censorship.
Since I got home I have exchanged a few online words with some Shanghai kinksters so maybe I will get up to some more fun there soon. I also started a discussion with a Shanghai blogger. Do check out her very interesting blog Consensual Roughness with lots of good discussions. (You can find the discussion section by clicking on Rough House.) I think you might like it ...
Bitch recently commented as anonymous on a previous post scared.
I was interested to reread the previous comments on this post. It was quite fascinating. The notion of fear within the bdsm dynamic could possibly be quite central. I don't want Inès to fear me but by coincidence I found myself a few days ago fantasising about causing fear to a sub.
Bitch also brought into the discussion the issue of being strong but wanting to totally let go into submission.
I am sorry to start my first post on my return from Shanghai with some sad news
An online friend wrote to me a few weeks ago to let me know that David who wrote the blog DSinVegas - A View From The Top had sadly passed away. I did not know David well but we had corresponded a few times over the years.
I know of others who have disappeared from the internet and close online friends have never go to know what was the reason. So if you think you have readers of your own blog who may have known David perhaps you might pass on the sad news.
A Dom who feels he doesn't fit into the mould of "Dom-ness" trying to explore his own nature and feelings and some thoughts about D/s.
Pygar was not a Dom. He was an angel. He was also blind. But he did get to shag Jane Fonda!
Mary emailed me again recently. Things seem to be going very well for her
but she has a problem. I'll let her explain:
I have a question that you and perha...
5 weeks ago
Me elsewhere ...
As well as Uncle Agony I do have another blog which I publish occasionally as Beau. It is intended as more light hearted and not to be taken too seriously though I used also to write occasional erotica there.
There is also some of my erotica published on Dragonfly Geisha under the names of Beau, Takumi and Katashi.