I’m afraid that once I let Katie Kitten dress up in maid uniforms, she’ll spend most of her time cleaning the places where there are mirrors. Or just looking at them. Silly kitten.
You guessed correctly~
I’m a little bit vain.
So am I. But I think you have every right to be. —Miss Heather
Some girls too.
One very lucky one.
Is it me? Ooo tell me it’s me! :3
Did you really need to ask? ¡Claro que sí! —Miss Heather
Simply the best !
That would describe Miss Catherine perfectly. —Miss Cheryl
So nice to see that smile on her face, Looks like she is very contented in her new role in life!
Charlotte (formerly Charles)
Oh Charlotte, sweetie, is this what you hope for eventually? Is Miss Catherine fine with your transformation? —Miss Heather
Showing off her engagement ring to her jealous classmates.
Absolutely romantic! Not the one I would pick but a beautiful thing all the same.
filialunae94 as I was saying…
And all the confidence I would ever need with my Louboutins.
She thought—hoped she heard her Mistress calling as she swept.
I called you to tell you I love you. And now I can’t for the life of me imagine why we are wasting your talents on cleaning when we have my sissy maid that lives to do that. —Miss HeatherI like to be useful too~! Although I’m sure I can be useful in a variety of other ways too ;) ~Katie Kitten
Since I am seriously thinking of taking you off cleaning, your interim assignment is to tell me some of the “variety of other ways.”
"That’s it sweetie, just keep staring at the pretty spiral on the TV. Be a good girl and relax deeper as you enjoy my hands on your big breasts."
Kelly did as she was told. Her mind was in a fog of confusion and arousal. Ever since her step-mom had turned the TV to that weird channel, Kelly had felt strange. She had tried ignoring it at first, but every time she glanced at it, she found herself being drawn in. Soon her eyes were fixed on the spiral playing on the screen. She didn’t know how long she had been watching when she felt her step-mom’s hands on her breasts. Soon she was topless, enjoying the feeling of her step-mother’s hands caressing her firm young breasts. A brief flash of anger at her step-mother crossed her mind but the soothing words in her ear pushed those feelings back out. Kelly knew she hated her step-mother. She knew that Rachel was just after her father’s money. She hated the way he obeyed her mindlessly, almost like a slave. But now she was feeling new feelings for Rachel. Words and thoughts filled her foggy mind. Mistress. Obey. Slave. Worship. She tried pushing those thoughts back out but they made her feel so warm and happy.
"Fall deeper into my control Kelly. It feels so much better to give in to me. You want to obey your new Mistress. Obedience will bring you pleasure."
The beautiful voice continued to fill her mind. Soon she was floating on a cloud of ecstasy as her mind was slowly reprogrammed. She must always obey Mistress. Obedience brings pleasure. Pleasure brings obedience. She must always please Mistress.
Kelly loves her Mistress.
omg this is so evil
and a tad hot
Yeah, I feel this a lot.
You never know if someone needs this. Reblog this, even if its not your ‘blog type’. Just do it.
Yes, please reblog
Do it. Now.
i sat here and thought about reblogging this or not but then i realized how many people feel suicidal, and i have too its not dan and phil but i could honestly care less, bc i rather have someone not die then make sure i strictly stay to my ‘blog type’
I don’t plan to nor do I have the inclination to, but I do hope all My followers who do can reblog this and promise not to.
Thank you, Miss Jessica. —Miss Heather
If you want to educate women on their vagina, the first thing to do would be to say the word “vagina”. Using the letter “V” is basically saying, “hey, our society is still too immature to say vagina out loud so let us hide behind a letter instead of tackling the issue head-on.” If you want to celebrate and give power to the vagina, you have to be able to say “vagina” first.
Regarding the actual ads that appear on televisions… it amazes me how one can make a commercial for a product used on a vagina, yet men are STILL the main focus of the ads! The ad regarding a man using the Summer’s Eve product in the shower showcases a male who completes what our society deems “manly activities” after his shower, all because he needed to redeem himself after using a product offered to females. As someone who identifies as a female, that does not empower me one bit. The message I got from that specific ad is that not only do we have more unnecessary products that separate us because of our gender, but once again we have one more thing holding us down as the weaker sex. Not only is this ad reinforcing hyper-masculine stereotypes, but it is again proving that women are inadequate and substandard because of their genitals. Why do we need to see a man go to extremes just because he wants to get rid of a product that he used on himself designed for a woman’s vagina? Why are we letting males dominate ads in which the product is solely for a woman’s vagina? Is our society still so male-oriented that we can’t think of scenes in which the actual woman is empowered in her own life? WHY is a woman asking a man if he “feels better” after using a product marketed to females? Why are females STILL worrying about how men feel about their OWN products they use on their OWN bodies?
This brings me to the next commercial in which a series of women appear to be standing by watching men “fight for it, battle for it, [and] die for it”. I’m assuming “it” is regarding her vagina, or the right to claim her vagina. This ad is objectification of females at its finest. A female should be the only one who has control over her own vagina. We should not celebrate the fact that “over the years” men have taken away that right and then glorify it in scenes where over-sexualized images of men are battling to claim a female’s genitals. This commercial also highlights another case of the woman being in the background of our society. The commercial opens with a beautiful shot of a woman holding a child, and then unfortunately shifts to multiple scenes of men engaging in battle for a woman. The commercial states that the woman is experiencing “the most powerful feeling on Earth” when a winner of the battle is presented to her. Since when do females need male justification to feel powerful? Why is it ok to celebrate a history in which females had no control over their reproductive organs?
I’m writing this because I know if I have a daughter in the future, I want her to feel empowered, not diminished. I’m writing this because if I have a son, I want him to look at females as equal and not as something that is a winning prize, as someone that needs to be controlled, or think of himself as superior. It’s time for our world to see women as equal to men. It’s time to shed ridiculous and over-hyped stereotypes of gender just to get a point across. It’s time to start talking about vaginas like they are part of a human, not an object attached to a sex that our society views as “less than”. If I am going to buy a product that is designed specifically for my vagina, I’d rather see how the product is improving the state of it rather than a man in a lumberjack outfit cutting down trees or men on horses battling. If you want to educate women, then educate them.
Yay you! I appreciate the synopsis as the only tv I’ve been watching is off torrents with no commercials. Thank you for writing this. —Cheryl
Whether we remain ash or become the phoenix is up to us.
Ming-Dao Deng (via maxkirin)
**sighing for the many people who are content to make an ash out of themselves**
Life hacks / Tips you can use.
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