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All About Premature Ejaculation: Exactly How to Acquire Orgasm Control

bevle260:

Orgasm control is an important sexual process which includes domination over a passive lover’s orgasm by an involved sweetheart. Usually the existing lover will probably spark the unaggressive companion into a juncture simply short of orgasm then reduce or cease this arousal to ensure climaxing…

3 years ago
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Burning Dinosaur Bones: And sometimes femdom.

dieselfuel:

Sitting there on the floor, with the cement digging into my large knees, I realized this room is nothing like a stereotypical sex dungeon. It was plain, bare, the bed sheets were a cream color and there was a large red tool box across the room, the thought of whatever was inside it was exciting,…

3 years ago
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CFNM femdom army training

bdsmbondage:

Let me take you back to the world of kinky CFNM femdom fantasy scenarios where naked male slave are being dominated and punished by cruel dominating ladies. Military service is one of these places where women might have enough power to do whatever she wants to male. I’ve got the exact femdom story where CFNM fedmom slave is being punished in the hot sun.

3 years ago
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erraticerotic:

The Mistress Volume 4, 1976

erraticerotic:

The Mistress Volume 4, 1976

4 years ago
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wolfdancer:

you will Just have to Trust ME

wolfdancer:

you will Just have to Trust ME

4 years ago
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bricket:

Saw this and just thought of the human ashtray me and Lilli encountered last time we went TG. Best be more this time, that Lilli doesn’t get freaked out as much by hahaha.

bricket:

Saw this and just thought of the human ashtray me and Lilli encountered last time we went TG. Best be more this time, that Lilli doesn’t get freaked out as much by hahaha.

3 years ago
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GLOBAL: Female domination to strengthen

GLOBAL: Female domination to strengthenJohn Gerritsen*
14 December 2008 
Issue: 0057 



Women will account for more than 70% of higher education students in Austria and England and for an average of 59% across the developed world by 2025, a new OECD report indicates. The report, Higher Education to 2030, said in 2005, 55% of higher education students in the 30 OECD nations were women and women accounted for 60% or more of higher education enrolments in Norway, Sweden and Iceland. But by 2025, 10 nations would have student bodies that were 60% or more female and the OECD average would be 59%, the report said. 

Only Japan, Korea and Turkey were expected to still have fewer women students than men by 2025. Japan’s student population was expected to be 48% female, Korea’s 40% and Turkey’s 43% by 2025 - projections that included minimal growth from present figures. 

Finland was the only nation with a projected decline in the proportion of female students, from 54% in 2005 to 53% in 2025, while Italy and Portugal were the only nations with no projected change to their 2005 levels of 57% and 56% respectively. 

The report said there were more male than female students in the OECD until the 1990s, but since then inequalities to the detriment of men had emerged in almost all OECD nations. 

"If past trends were to continue, the inequalities to the detriment of men would be well entrenched at the aggregate level in 2025, with 1.4 female students for every male. In some countries (Austria, Canada, Iceland, Norway, the United Kingdom) there could be almost twice as many female students as male."

The report said it was not clear what social and economic impacts the gender inequality might have and it would take decades to restore equality: “If such inequalities continue to increase strongly, is it prudent to wait for their social consequences to emerge before trying to remedy them?”

"At the very least, there is a need now to review policies on educational equality between the sexes by taking note of the fact that it is not now women who are necessarily at a disadvantage, and also by paying attention to the achievement of boys."

* John Gerritsen is editor of NZ Education Review

View the OECD report

john.gerritsen@uw-news.com

4 years ago
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erraticerotic:

I went through and tagged 14 pages of posts.  I’ve proven to myself that I have no life.  No more today.
I love the rustic font that “Domination” is in.  So 50’s.

erraticerotic:

I went through and tagged 14 pages of posts.  I’ve proven to myself that I have no life.  No more today.

I love the rustic font that “Domination” is in.  So 50’s.

4 years ago
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magdalina:

Geoff Manaugh at BLDGBLOG on what might have been The Road’s world-ending disaster:

The only glimpse we’re given of what violently ends the known order of things is this brief scene; I have left McCarthy’s original spelling and punctuation and intact:

The clocks stopped at 1:17. A long shear of light and then a series of low concussions. He got up and went to the window. What is it? she said. He didnt answer. He went into the bathroom and threw the lightswitch but the power was already gone. A dull rose glow in the windowglass. He dropped to one knee and raised the lever to stop the tub and the turned on both taps as far as they would go. She was standing in the doorway in her nightwear, clutching the jamb, cradling her belly in one hand. What is it? she said. What is happening?
I dont know.Why are you taking a bath?I’m not.



After this, the landscape outside—everywhere—is described as “scabbed” and “cauterized,” heavily covered in ash. McCarthy memorably writes: “They sat at the window and ate in their robes by candlelight a midnight supper and watched distant cities burn.”
… McCarthy’s end-times scenario sounds, to me, remarkably like nuclear war, but in his Wall Street Journal interview McCarthy entertains, even if only casually, that it could also have been the caldera beneath Yellowstone National Park finally exploding. McCarthy:

A lot of people ask me [what caused The Road’s apocalypse]. I don’t have an opinion. At the Santa Fe Institute I’m with scientists of all disciplines, and some of them in geology said it looked like a meteor to them. But it could be anything—volcanic activity or it could be nuclear war. It is not really important. The whole thing now is, what do you do? The last time the caldera in Yellowstone blew, the entire North American continent was under about a foot of ash. People who’ve gone diving in Yellowstone Lake say that there is a bulge in the floor that is now about 100 feet high and the whole thing is just sort of pulsing. From different people you get different answers, but it could go in another three to four thousand years or it could go on Thursday. No one knows.

It was thus amazingly interesting to read that no less than 1,799 earthquakes have occurred beneath Yellowstone since January 17, 2010—a so-called earthquake swarm.

magdalina:

Geoff Manaugh at BLDGBLOG on what might have been The Road’s world-ending disaster:

The only glimpse we’re given of what violently ends the known order of things is this brief scene; I have left McCarthy’s original spelling and punctuation and intact:

The clocks stopped at 1:17. A long shear of light and then a series of low concussions. He got up and went to the window. What is it? she said. He didnt answer. He went into the bathroom and threw the lightswitch but the power was already gone. A dull rose glow in the windowglass. He dropped to one knee and raised the lever to stop the tub and the turned on both taps as far as they would go. She was standing in the doorway in her nightwear, clutching the jamb, cradling her belly in one hand. What is it? she said. What is happening?

I dont know.
Why are you taking a bath?
I’m not.

After this, the landscape outside—everywhere—is described as “scabbed” and “cauterized,” heavily covered in ash. McCarthy memorably writes: “They sat at the window and ate in their robes by candlelight a midnight supper and watched distant cities burn.”

… McCarthy’s end-times scenario sounds, to me, remarkably like nuclear war, but in his Wall Street Journal interview McCarthy entertains, even if only casually, that it could also have been the caldera beneath Yellowstone National Park finally exploding. McCarthy:

A lot of people ask me [what caused The Road’s apocalypse]. I don’t have an opinion. At the Santa Fe Institute I’m with scientists of all disciplines, and some of them in geology said it looked like a meteor to them. But it could be anything—volcanic activity or it could be nuclear war. It is not really important. The whole thing now is, what do you do? The last time the caldera in Yellowstone blew, the entire North American continent was under about a foot of ash. People who’ve gone diving in Yellowstone Lake say that there is a bulge in the floor that is now about 100 feet high and the whole thing is just sort of pulsing. From different people you get different answers, but it could go in another three to four thousand years or it could go on Thursday. No one knows.

It was thus amazingly interesting to read that no less than 1,799 earthquakes have occurred beneath Yellowstone since January 17, 2010—a so-called earthquake swarm.

4 years ago
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