tribute to the top 10 shoes, sandals or boots that from submissive male perspective have made an impression on me and helped increased my submissiveness.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin (Femdom art via femdomartist.com) Last year was full of amazing posts. Following more than 200 great lady bloggers is a daunting task, but provides inspiration and enhance my submissive nature. The creativity, the dedication, and inspiration was overwhelming. To compile such a list, of what personally I find the best […]Read more "For the love of 2016 Sneakers: Top Sneakers that I knelt for – (A submissive male review)"
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Follow my blog with Bloglovin 2015 was a great year, filled with amazing blogs that reflected the sophistication, attention to details and loads of creativity. Following all my favorite bloggers through-out 2o15 have emphasized my submissiveness: realizing how intelligent, creative and persistent these amazing ladies are.;For that I am so blessed and honored. It is […]Read more "2015: My Top 10 shoes and Sandals That I knelt for"
A couple of ladies asked me how can they see submissiveness in their boyfriends and whether they can actually tell if he is submissive. Many males avoid showing their submissive side. They fear being considered as sissies by other men or not getting along with ladies. Sometimes it takes a deeper look and understanding of […]Read more "Your man’s submission color palette"
I am so honored as a submissive male to be following such an amazing talents. Each blog post I have seen reflects talent and innovation. Some blogs , in my view, looked in to aspects that a bit different, used some more efforts and innovation, reflected richer content or more crisp presentation and helped […]Read more "Submissive Blog Review: 10 Blogs Posts with some difference"
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Feminism. To many, the mention of of it creates a burning passion to get up and shout. To fight through the means of protest, speech or petition. To express the anguish and confusion, of how in 2015 it is still something that we fight for, something that we need to…