The Sadist: An Introduction

I was inspired to start blogging by a submissive friend.  Her tumblr blogs are funny and insightful; I had never read them until yesterday.  I was surprised to find myself as the subject of many of her blogs in which I am simply named “The Sadist”.  I felt like her BDSM equivalent to Carrie Bradshaw’s “Mr. Big”  in Sex and the City.

I’m not a professional writer, nor do I aspire to be.  I have had a fascinating life full of adventure and travel.  I’ve done and seen things that most people only dream of.  I’ve also done and seen things that most people are too timid to even fantasize about.  I am not a fictional character.  I am real.  My blogs are all true stories.  You won’t find lies or embellishments here.  You will find the truth and the reality of life as a polyamorous, sadistic, BDSM dominant.  I work, I eat, I sleep, I love, I win, I lose, I hurt, I make mistakes, I fail, I have moments of vulnerability, and I will share all of this with you.

You may find yourself turned on by things I say and you may also find yourself repulsed.  Please keep in mind that the things I do to my girls are consensual.  My slave has offered the gift of surrendering herself to me, but she is not a prisoner.  She can end our relationship at any time.  I have had a submissive ask to be released in the past.  I try to understand and ask for clarity as to why, but I don’t beg or chase after a girl.  I let her go with best wishes for a happy life.  Once a relationship ends, that’s it.  I have never gotten back with a girlfriend in my previous vanilla life or with a submissive in my D/s life.

I use proper grammar and capitalization here.  I believe capitalizing references to me and using lower cases for references to my girl can be a good ritual and protocol for her, but I don’t believe I need to use that format in this blog.

There will be good times, bad times, BDSM excitement, and vanilla boredom.  I hope you’ll keep reading and enjoy a glimpse into my life.

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3 thoughts on “The Sadist: An Introduction

  1. I love reading your blog. I really appreciated the part about you naturally being a D ( sorry I really am not familiar with this). I have always naturally been a ‘s’ for my whole life. In reading that article I really felt like I understood and connected to the aspect that deep down there is no faking it’s either in you or it’s not. It’s who you really are. I would say I stumbled upon this world by GREAT accident only to discover who I am; an ‘s’. Peace Love Best Wishes

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