The topic for this time on Tell Me About … is Public Play, but first we would like to thank all of those of you who wrote about Collars and Cuffs last time. How interesting to see the different meanings for different people and also to get some new ideas of how to use them. And speaking about getting ideas from others, we really like the idea that May and Floss have used for F4TF by having a spotlight post, so we thought that we might try something similar and feature one post from each Tell Me About … category.
HL has chosen the Featured Post this week and he selected Collars and Cuffs by Rebel’s Notes.
Rebel’s reflection on times when she once wore cuffs is lovely to read. It demonstrates clearly the emotions and physical feelings of what those bands of leathers mean to her.
I miss the feeling of the handcuffs. Miss presenting my wrists to him so he could tight he leather cuffs around them, one by one. Miss the way he tested each cuff to make sure it wouldn’t slip off over my hand.
Public Play can mean different things to different people so this time we are asking what it means to you, and what your experience of it has been so far. Do you play in public in front of others at events and if so, what does that add for you? Do you like to watch or do you prefer the idea of being watched? Or maybe your Public Play is more inadvertent where you use the thrill of others being there to enhance the experience? Even if playing in public is something that you use as part of your fantasy or via images or film, we would like to hear all about how it works for you.
So whatever your own use of Public Play is, please join us this week to share your thoughts and add your link.
Please, as always, respond to the prompt in a way which works for you.
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If you would like more information about the how and the why, the what and the how of taking part, then you might want to read my post, Memes and Prompts.