My hands / Open the curtains of your being / Clothe you in a further nudity / Uncover the bodies of your body / My hands / Invent another body for your body -- Octovio Paz
The greatest misperception about BDSM play is that it is an abusive act perpetrated out of malice and with the intent to humiliate. Popular culture is rife with images that foster this stereotype, and I take great pleasure in teaching and practicing kink in a manner that dismantles these myths.
Sensuality is at the heart of a good BDSM exchange. I have watched the strongest, most controlling of men happily crumble at the command of a seductive woman. I take great pleasure in observing the power of seduction and the playful agony of denial as one is held captive, inches away from what they cannot have. I can show you how a soft touch or a gentle tease can often accomplish what a firm hand cannot. I enjoy tempering strictness with sensuality, and feel that different scenes call for different measures of both. I am a warm woman and like to inspire others to invest their dominance with humanity, sensuality, and grace without diminishing the intensity of the BDSM dynamic. Sensuality is a tool as powerful as the whips I wield or the restraints I employ. Pain is certainly not the only way to induce a state of absolute submission – the lightest touch can be powerfully commanding, and the warmth of breath against bare skin can be overwhelmingly controlling.