Considering the recent question about maintaining momentum through your partners tears, I thought it might be educational to show me totally losing mine and bailing out. This was a long and pretty challenging session for both of us, and just as I finally got through her resistance into the crescendo part of the spanking where transcendence can happen, Snow hit her foot on the side of the bed - hard. It doesn’t seem like much on video but I felt the bed jolt and I thought she stubbed her toe crazy hardcore style. You can just about hear whatever remains of my sadistic fortitude evaporate behind my concern.
The thing is, she told me she was ok, and I’m pretty sure I believed her - but there was no way in hell I was going to restart. A return to domspace just wasn’t in the cards; I was mentally exhausted and just done. If this had happened earlier in the session I probably would have massaged her foot a bit and got back to it, but by the time this happened I was more worn out than she was.
But as I said before, this isn’t supposed to be easy.
I really like this video. For some reason it makes me feel better as a little to know I’m not the only one who even bothers with saying “ouch”.
Because literally daddy goes, that’s not your words so that won’t help you.
He’s right. I just know he gets so mad when I safe word out.
Or at least I feel like he’s mad.
But back to this awesome video. I love it. They’re adorable.
I don’t think I’ve ever had a spanking partner who didn’t say things like “ouch” etc. Most spankers love that sort of feedback, and it helps us gauge how the scene is progressing. I doubt your daddy is trying to discourage you, he is probably just giving you the old ‘spanking is supposed to hurt’ line. Verbalizing, and most especially crying all help with taking a spanking - and are some of the things than make it a feast for the senses of the spanker. Us tops really do tend to appreciate it, even if we like to sound all strict about it.
And I’m sure he isn’t mad when you safeword out - though most of the time that’s not the outcome we’re looking for. Anger is not really an appropriate response anyhow, and even if he looks disappointed, chances are it’s with himself and his ability to read you.