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A Love Letter to Servants and Slaves.

Posted by Madame Rax on Saturday, June 25, 2016, In : Personal Interests 
Despite My very clear and present Atheism, I am incredibly excited by religiosity, particularly of the Christian variety. The imagery, the moral outrage, the judgment, damnation, mortification of the flesh, transmogrification, incest, abuse, torture, withholding, punishment. It's all terribly resplendent to Me, and thus I find Myself very attracted to the deviant, sinful, and immoral behaviors that provoke the wrath of an entire deity. 

We often say in BDSM, that our practice is a "break" from...
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On Bad Behavior of Submissives Who Seek Pro-Dommes.

Posted by Madame Rax on Saturday, May 28, 2016, In : Sessioning 
Due to the nature of My specific type of BDSM practice, I am woefully disgusted by many things that Dommes endure. When I see reviews of other Dommes using language intended for self-described "whoremonger" review sites. Within the sites that contain testimonials about fellow Dommes in My area, it is not uncommon to see descriptions of body parts or types written as a butcher would describe cuts of their slaughter. For women who don't mind this level of objectification (mind you, I use that t...
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Synergy and the Beast.

Posted by Madame Rax on Saturday, May 21, 2016, In : D/s Dynamics 


In any relationship, BDSM or otherwise, a dance takes place. This sort of dance may be singularly beneficial, separate but equally beneficial, toxic (to one or both, multiplicative or otherwise), or synergistic. The goal of a BDSM relationship, as well as a vanilla one, should be synergy.

To start, synergy is not some sort of "woo" term with metaphysical underpinnings. It's not what powers the imaginary Illuminati. It isn't the stuff Jesus is made of; it's a concrete principle. Simply put, it...
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Living, Breathing TPE.

Posted by Madame Rax on Sunday, April 17, 2016, In : D/s Dynamics 


In the BDSM community, there are quite a few mentions of TPE. This is especially true when discussing fantasies. Despite the fact that there are many fantasy-based desires for a Total Power Exchange, very few people are actually comfortable engaging in it, in real life. Slaves are often afraid to give that much of themselves to another person, even though the thought may temporarily excite them. Given that TPE involves a lack of limits and completely entrenched slavery with potentially very l...

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I am not a persona.

Posted by Madame Rax on Friday, December 25, 2015, In : Personal Interests 
In the most vanilla facets of My life -- the mundane experiences any (even Divine) creature among mortals has to face -- I am still extreme.

My favorite things are extremely invasive: the more I know you, your secrets, the things nobody in your life sees except maybe a priest, shrink, best friend, or lover - the better. Even with friends, this is My preference.

Browsing financial transactions, presenting Myself with things straight from the gift-horse, feeling around in your income/debt, decidi...

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If you've never seen a professional before...

Posted by Madame Rax on Sunday, December 6, 2015, In : Sessioning 
There are a few things you need to know, regarding a session with Me.

First, never understate any of your experience. Don't exaggerate either, but it is especially important that you state how much experience you have, in a direct fashion (so I know). Otherwise, I will conduct the session at an introductory-ish level of intensity, rather than pushing and stretching your limits. The goal is to meet and exceed your level. 

Second, sessions act as a barometer for your niche in BDSM. There will alw...
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Cophrophagia, Urolagnia, and Cannibalism - oh My!

Posted by Madame Rax on Friday, November 13, 2015, In : Personal Interests 
The Aghori (sadhus) are an ascetic group who live primarily in India - cremation sites, the desolate Thar desert in Gujarat, and freezing Himalayan caves. They take a monist (as opposed to dualist) approach to life, and thus believe that all things most people would consider evil or virtuous are, in fact, one. To the Aghori, there are no Good or Bad things. They believe that they should deny themselves physical pleasures and embrace things humans normally avoid, like death, coprophagia, and c...
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