The Little Red Book

Every good Mistress keeps a Contact List, mine was a Little Red Book. In it I kept  names, numbers, occupations, dates and times of my appointments. I also listed a few important things, such as their fetishes, any stimulating fantasies that needed to be addressed in roleplay sessions, and whether they were married or not.

The Little Red Book was confidential, and was meant for my eyes only, but was a necessary evil in my profession. I did understand however the implications that could arise if it should ever fall into the wrong hands. Many lives could be destroyed, and this was not, and is not my intention.  I also understand that the Little Red Book can be used against me or my submissives, and there are plenty of people who would like to get their hands on it.

Truth is Powerful people crave  a Strong Domme to perform a Total Power Exchange for them. This relieves some of their stress and they can go on to battle the their high level positions another day.  For the session, while they belong to me, they are able to escape to another reality, where they are not in control, but are under my control, and through submission to someone stronger to them for that brief amount of time they experience a release through exchanging their power, and can be quite intoxicating.

This practice of TPE, although it has been around for sometime now, is frowned upon by society, and must be kept a dirty little secret,  hidden away in The Little Red Book forever.

If someone suspects that you have a Little Red Book with information in it that can take someone in power down, they will keep at you until they get it, even if they have to fabricate evidence to incarcerate you. Guard your Little Red Book well, and the secrets it holds.

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