Genesis of a Dominant Man – The Ethical Dom #BDSM #Flogger @KinkCraft

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Recently I came across a dilemma one that for once my mind couldn’t solve by itself. How can I use fetish gear and keep vegan? And without compromising quality, as up to now leather equipment has always been far more reliable than its counterparts.

The answer would appear at the Alternative and Burlesque fair in Manchester this December when your very own Mrs Blisse handed me a Christmas present. It was a Kink Craft  paracord flogger she’d made for me knowing I needed a new one. Looking it over I realised why hadn’t I thought of this material before? It’s sturdy and delivers the right amount of strike I need, durable and yet flexible.

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Only question is what now? I would require many items as you can imagine I want a full collection of implements. The joys of being specific are that unfortunately often it’ll prove costly. Though as my grandparents used to say you get what you pay for and like one of Madam Kiku’s corsets or kimonos price equals quality.

What difference does personal preference make in either your writing or fetish fun? Have a happy New Year and see you next post in 2016.

Note from Victoria:

Kink Craft Have a Paracord Flogger course and Mini Flogger course so if you have or can get all the items yourself you just get the tuition. There’s also 2 kits one for a Mini flogger and one for a full sized flogger where you get all the materials you need and the course to follow or if you can’t wait and just want a flogger (or other interesting items) you can purchase them ready made.

Also check out my blog on how I made the Flogger for V, to see how easy it is to customise the Kink Craft design to what you want.