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She looks out the window

She looks out the window

Cynth’s in reflective mood.

This was taken by my backdoor. There were no net curtains.

I wonder what the neighbours thought?

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Training the White Boy – back on Kindle

Training the White Boy – back on Kindle

After a bit of soul searching, I decided to republish my race-play erotica. Birth of a White Slave is already online, and Training the White Boy has just hit too.

A follow-up to “Training” is being worked on, and should pop out after I’ve finished my next Heavy Rubber title.

Why did I decide to return to the genre? I was clearing out my email and stumbled across the emails I got from a couple of people who were into this thanking me for writing it. Both were struggling a little with it and enjoyed reading something romantic and liberating rather than downright abusive.

I know my work won’t be winning any Nobel prizes anytime soon. If there are people who enjoy it and welcome it, fair enough.

Just remember: race play is a consensual dynamic in BDSM. Racism is thinking less of someone because of their heritage. Don’t confuse the two.

Buy now on Kindle

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Boot worship

Boot worship

If you want to make Mistress happy you’d best get on your knees and start licking…

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Let’s just call it what it is – a sexual assault

Bad scenes at Tokyo’s massive Cosplay event. A Chinese cosplayer was assaulted by a mob of camera carrying arseholes determined to get up-skirt photos.

There’s a lot of mob mentality floating around in here, and the further out the more I’m inclined to be generous and think people are curious about the mob. But right in there, with your camera pointing at a crying girl in distress, snapping away trying to get shots up her skirt?

I know there probably won’t be any criminal charges brought (this is Japan, afterall), but I hope they’re outed on Twitter and shamed into apologies.

And for the rest of us? Let’s learn something from this.

About Razz

I'm a creative dominant type with a love of BDSM and fetishism. This blog is an outlet, so don't take anything you see or read too seriously.