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  1. Jacco

    Love the pic & bubbles, got me thinking. When I was mischevious as a small boy I remember being seized by the wrist by the headmistress. Also, (& you are literally the FIRST person I’ve ever told this to) I remember the same headmistress making me stand on the table in front of the other kids, & slapping my legs with a ruler. I thought I remembered I had my trousers down, but it might just have been that I had shorts on. But my bare legs got smacked. I’m pretty sure she’d lose her job over that nowadays, probably would have then if I’d have told anyone. TBH I’m suprised none of the other kids told their parents & got the place investigated!

    Anyhow, I wonder how much these things made me the man I am today! 😉

    Most significantly however in my formative years were… the swimming lessons. Yikes. Talk about an overbearing teacher. Maureen, she was called. (Chlorine Maureen! I know, perfect!) But that was her real name.

    I’m sure big strong Maureen’s formidable control has a relevance in my development. Protecting me from drowning, I may have found her scary, but I clung to her for dear life! Or maybe the woman & the water fused into one somewhere in my mind… woah, deeeep… 😉

    Who knows. All I know is that ‘Femdom swimming lesson’ would make a hell of a title… =)

    • Thank you so much, Jacco, for sharing this story, and it’s an honour to hear you’re telling it for the first time. Thanks a million for that.

      Personal stories are so intriguing, because part of me wants to believe that some of us are natural born submissive.
      And yet, when your headmistress smacked you with the ruler, and when Chlorine Maureen (hahaha, so funny) urged you not to drown on her watch, you didn’t particularly enjoy it, I think. In hindsight perhaps, but not at the time. As you said: Maureen was even a bit scary perhaps.
      So did these things change the course of your life, or did they just fuel what was already there. Fascinating!

      I didn’t have teachers, aqua or otherwise, like that as far as I can remember. The things that changed or fuelled my feelings truly exited me, even at the time, even at an early age. That’s why I tend to believe that it’s just part of our DNA set. But perhaps I’m wrong about that, perhaps none of us is born submissive (or dominant for that matter), perhaps it’s just a set of significant and insignificant events that changes the fabric of who we are.

      Blimey, in that respect the Femdom Twist pic tells the tale, because the toddler really has second thoughts about it all, haha.

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