Monthly Archives: December 2018

SwirlingFire: Kintsugi

  Kintsugi – Beautifully Flawed I’m not entirely certain why I’ve been in two minds to release the most current (as yet unavailable) blog post. The hardest part is not in the writing but the “setting free” – not the words/grammar/subject matter.  It’s the knowledge that my thoughts are committed to writing. I was posed this question:  “… Read More »

The Christmas House of Horrors

This post is me cathartically venting.  It is my way of dumping an unpleasant time over Christmas and moving on (until next time). CONTENT WARNING This post contains examples of the stream of consciousness I was subjected to over two days of Christmas.  Be warned that it contains examples of :- Transphobia / Homophobia Racism Misogyny Body shaming… Read More »

SwirlingFire: The Hour Glass

Whilst trying to reconcile my past traumas (until very recently repressed) and also with my current state of learning how I’d been treated badly by a d-type, I started thinking about the chronology of my life. Memories comes thick and fast. A minimum of a shudder – and sometimes, a full body blow impact. Time has made me… Read More »

More Sploshing for melody

Earlier in the year I documented a moment for a number of firsts.  I was persuaded to partake of a sploshing session and it was the first time being filmed.  That adventure was detailed here In Which Melody Exposes Herself. Several months ago I had my arm lightly twisted to do it all again.  I don’t need to describe… Read More »

100 Not Out

A surprising stat has come to my attention.  My previous post was my 100th on this blog.  Since starting the blog, that works out to about 11 posts a month or slightly better than 1 every 3 days.

SwirlingFire: Whose Collar Is This ?

    CONTENT WARNING Gaslighting Mental Abuse I was walking home from work tonight, a usual occurrence.   A few recent chats had been swirling around my head Firstly …… are submissives a certain type of character in general terms ? or are S types very open about who they are and life traumas experienced ? or are S… Read More »