If you haven't already read about it or heard the news from the U.S. there was a horrible crime revealed this week, where there were three young teenagers who were kept sex slaves for 10 years in a house in Cleveland. This has been weighing on my mind for the last few days, because when I create my artwork, I joke about that being what I've been doing, but here it is in real life, and it's not funny, it's horrible.
I've come to speak here about that, and to start off let's be honest, I am never personally advocating anyone ever do what was done in Cleveland, nor anywhere else that it has happened. This is just fetish fantasy that satisfies lustful thoughts and makes me happy to create and fulfil a need I have, but in my personal life I'm probably no where near that person, or act upon those fantasies. EVER. Even with women who have been consenting adults and offered to allow me to tie them up and have my way with them. Partly because I get too nervous around it, and partly because I fear that having built up the idea of consensual bondage with a willing woman over the years, that the actual event would end up being a disappointment and a let down.
How do I justify these bondage fantasies though when there are events like this that happen in the world ? I equate it to those Bankers, CEO's and Political figures who pay women to be dominatrices and beat and control them, they have so much control and power in their everyday lives that they pay someone to take that control away from them for a brief moment. They do it to satisfy their fetishes and release their tensions, and then go back their lives. That's what we do here, we create our art, write our stories and fill those needs then go back to our real lives.
Doing that in real life, keeping women or men or anyone against their will for any time is beyond wrong. With a consenting adult it's much more satisfying because they'll be enjoying it as much as you are...and that's the point to anything in life. Isn't it?
There is more art coming from me, I'm not going to stop. I owe a very beautiful lady something she requested.
But for a little while I'm going to give it a rest as respect for what happened in Cleveland.
Peace be with you.