I’m a huge fan of Mistress Whiplash, always have been, always will be. Her movies are a snapshot of daily life, moulded in a little story, seasoned with a bit of humour. It’s something you can identify with, because it’s never over the top, never cartoonesque. I’ve collected a lot of Femdom movies over the years, but these are the ones I can watch over and over again. She’s a natural, down to earth and a breath of fresh air in so many ways. And a huge inspiration as well; I often use Her pics and clips whenever I want to write something about the battle of the sexes, schoolgirl-pins, head-scissors etc. But let there be no mistake about it: She knows how to make you suffer. She can dampen the daylights while sitting on your face, make one’s eyes pop out of his head with gorgeous strong legs or kick your balls against the ceiling. Now, that’s the holy trinity of Femdom: a squeeze, a sit & a kick. In short: Mistress Whiplash, one of Britain’s finest!
I’m a simple man (which is a pleonasm in itself) and I love the simple things in my submissive life. Whips and ropes are great, but the point-blank perils are equally beautiful: face-slapping, hair-pulling, kneeing etc. You don’t have to buy them, wear them or take them with you; they’re always there and free of charge. It hardly takes any effort and it’s over and done with in a split second. Although the running time on the receiving end is somewhat different of course.
I was at a party once and one of the Ladies thought it was a jolly good idea to do a Bell Ringing Competition. She wasn’t revering to the doorbell though, but to the carillon between our legs. Points could be earned by taking a man down in one fell swoop. There were twelve scrotums in the room that night and round midnight we were all ready to join the National Hunchback Society. There’s more to kneeing than meets the eye, my balls will vouch for that. Because it isn’t about speed or the power of the incoming knee; it’s about hitting the right spot. A fine one makes your legs feel like jelly; you’re trying to be the last man standing, only to find out you’re the first man landing. As we can see in the gallery, even Jennifer Aniston doesn’t shy away from it. And if Hollywood is ready to knee, then it must be the most normal thing in the world.