I think it might be fun to have a submissive little sissy, especially if she’s kept perpetually in chastity, to play with. Maybe keep me company while my husband fucks his wife.

(via feministfuckdolltrainer)

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Anonymous asked:

This blog needs more pic or gifs of hot sweaty bimbos out in the sun, and less of the constant anal pics and gifs. I get that you like it and all but for the fans of this blog who don't like anal it's pretty disappointing.

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I appreciate the feedback. I’ll try and find some sweaty bimbos in the sun for you.

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Anonymous asked:

I hope you don't get chopped too. All of my favorite porn blogs are getting shit down and it makes me really sad. I hope you're doesn't get forced off too =\ you're the best one!!

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I hope so too. Though, to be perfectly honest, the mood here on Tumblr has changed so much for me, with so many of my friends gone, that I don’t know how long I’ll be here, or if I’ll make much of a return after things get settled down.

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Anonymous asked:

I hate finding out like this but I didn't know if their URL's changed. Did worthlessfuckholes and feminist-rapebait get deleted? :( Also, congratulations on your baby, I'm sure you'll be a lovely mother. Don't listen to the negativity, as hard as that it is.

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I’m sure WF was deleted, and since I can’t access FB, I assume the same is true for her too. Unbelievable. Bleh. And thank you, I certainly plan on doing my best!

More Pretty Flames

Too many people I consider friends—to the extent possible anonymously over the internet—are having their blogs deleted. I know the golden rule about trolls is they should never be fed, but I have to say how totally upset I am that they have so much clout. I mean, really, when it involves safe, sane, consensual adults exploring their fantasies in a way that cannot possibly harm another human being, how can such blind, ignorant censorship be justified? It almost makes me want to go away out of spite, but that is, of course, not going to happen.

I suppose I’m on the chopping block, too, so it’s only a matter of waiting to see what comes first—the baby, or the Tumblr thought police.