I’m on so many groups on all networks that I can not come every day. I guess we all do, we are invited to some and we request to join to othersand sometimes we leave because they are not what we expected.
Well, in my case there are also those that eject me for being a Financial Domme even without say any word (maybe I am contagious or I could make Money Fetish apology) and those that not admit me because their BDSM is far better than mine and I have no place among personages who know more than I do (come on, what have I thought?, much cooler to be a mouthpiece sub or master uploading pics from google, commenting with “uhmmm”, releasing stale speeches about what is BDSM that they copy/paste from what someone else said the day before on another site and drooling at the first pussy they see over there… than to have the nerve to be a Real Mistress, of those who live it and feel in real). (What a pleasure I have just had, lol).
But not everything is so absurd, that there are also great and wonderful people worthwhile to exchange comments and a few laughs.
It is often said that on the Internet things are different and I don’t think so. What we can find on the networks is the same that is in the street: the ghost, the liar, the person with principles, the friendly, the grouchy… they are in and out of the medium. Or is that in real life no one is trying to fool anyone?
I have connected with many people on the internet that, once in person, the friendship has strengthened. And also with others, by geographical location, I still maintain contact this way and are important for me. As with many worldwide Mistresses that otherwise would be imposible.
Each one uses the network at their convenience, to ride their films about trying to live their lie and others to establish positive relationships with others. But we do that in everyday life too, right?
Have I become more sarcastic? No, is that I am in a good mood 😀