Found at If It's Hip, It's Here. The full range includes nipples and all the available holes (good for pockets?).
== Results from bdsmtest.org == 84% Primal (Hunter) 83% Dominant 67% Daddy/Mommy 63% Owner 59% Degrader 56% Rigger 50% Experimentalist 48% Switch 48% Vanilla 44% Master/Mistress 42% Sadist 37% Pet 36% Submissive 29% Girl/Boy 23% Rope bunny 18% Non-monogamist 18% Ageplayer 10% Brat 10% Slave 8% Primal (Prey) 4% Masochist 1% Exhibitionist 1% Voyeur 0% Degradee
This tie (see below) has so much more potential. What little secret would you add to your boy's tie? Not a pin-up girl. A submissive boy needs a different kind of secret, peekaboo. Use your imagination, make it personal, customized for just your boy. If you sew, find a tie pattern and make it from scratch. Adds that extra touch when you can pick out the fabric and pattern too. My ideas for inside the tie include:
- miniature handcuffs (very small and not likely to cause a rip in the tie fabric)
- a fabric blindfold, carefully folded flat but easy to pull out for use later
- a special note (love note, instructions, reminders, helpful suggestions, etc.)
- a photo of yourself, or one of him especially dressed and posed to please you
- an image of an activity which makes him blush (could be scanned and printed onto fabric, or paper)
You might pick a few user names over the time you are on the Internet. Likely, you have a selection depending on where you are and who you are communicating with too. The name you pick for yourself says a lot about you. Even if you didn't intend it to have any real meaning beyond what seemed obvious to you at the time. Women may look at a name and read more into it than men expect. I often wonder if men really understand what their online names say about them. I found a list of ick factor names men often use. It is a great list - I've felt the same way about user names like these. As a Domme looking to meet men online (I've kind of stopped looking now) any name like those below is a turn off. To me each of them show a one track mind, focused on his needs/ wants and not leaving any imagination or care for me. Almost no men online (on dating/ personal sites) will ask what I want until they have exhausted their own laundry list of what they will do for me. Silly boys, how can you know what I want if you are focused on what you want and ignore me. Kind of like dealing with a telemarketer on the phone - you can put the phone down and just leave them talking to themselves until they finally hang up. From an old post on Domme Chronicles:
If a submale has a user name that communicates an icky message, he is going to have to work *extra* hard to make me believe he’s actually an intelligent, thinking human being. Examples of names with the ick factor:My comment: I will often pick out a clever user name as someone to chat with online. When I don’t really know anything else about the person, not even gender these days, I hope the name shows something about them – clever, creative and maybe interested in history or science fiction (if the name connects to something I also know and like). Mainly I like a clever name because it shows (he?) might have interests to talk about rather than drooling on about “serving me” before knowing what I even like or want. I picked Darla Darling because my ex-husband called me DarLink when we talked online. So it became Darla Darling because I also liked that name from the old Little Rascals TV shows. Also, it worked well when I came up with the name for my site, thinking of the Gabor sisters. In a roundabout way it all worked out.
- Names that focus on your fetish: footslave; oralslut; hot4latex, cuckme.
- Those that offer sexual use to the world: open4yrstrapon, slave4youtouse, toiletpaperboy4u, useme4sex, sexslave4u.
- Anything with the number ‘4’ in it: see above.
- Explicit sexual names: bigdick4u, tinycockboy, tongueyrclit, fuckmyarse, sixtyniner.
- Names that make you look like a fantasist: lockmeup24-7, castrateme, extremesub, nolimitslarry.
Found on eBay today: