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The essence of Dominance beautifully articulated by a submissive…
You’ve got to lift me up.
Sex and kink aside, Dominance is about more than just telling me what to do. You’ve got to be strong enough to handle me in all my anxious, over-thinking, pessimistic glory. You’ve got to take that and flip it, turn me into this confident, optimistic woman who believes she can and will accomplish anything she sets her mind to.
You’ve got to help me better myself. That control you’re so good at exerting has to be applied to other areas of my life, areas that I struggle with, areas in which I need just a little more motivation. You’ve got to make me feel like the most beautiful woman on the planet, and the most brilliant. You’ve got to fill me with confidence just as often as you fill me with your cock.
You’re not doing anything for me. You’re showing me that I have the tools to do them myself — I just have to use them. What you provide is the encouragement and the love. You’re the rock I hold on to when the waves get rough. You’re the voice of reason when I send you that rambling, melodramatic text about something that is probably not a big deal.
You’re the D to my s, and that is greater than any fear.
(Photo: Chris Chabot)
“One thing that we’re really excited about and working hard on is transforming the way that people interact with Google.” The words of Scott Huffman, Google’s vice president of engineering for Search, echoed through my head as I watched a video demonstrating the search engine giant’s latest sensation, Project Glass. “From the stilted one-keyword-at-a-time conversation, to more of a natural conversation … like a human assistant.”
Would you wear Google Glass? If so, what aspect interests you most?
“In the future, stretchy batteries such as these could help power solar-energy generating clothes,tattoos that monitor your vital signs, robot skin that’s sensitive to touch and other futuristic, flexible devices, the batteries’ creators wrote in a paper published today in the journal Nature Communications.”