A Velvet Thought – Mistresses Musings: FAQ

Every day I receive phone calls, emails and messages asking me countless questions that all have a single and very simple answer.



Q. How much does it cost to have a professional play session?
A. Read my blog:

Q. What kind of things do you get up to in your dungeon?
A. Read my blog:

Q. What is the minimum amount of time I can have for a play session?
A. Just read my blog:

Q. What kind of fetishes are you skilled in? Can you do…(insert selected fetish/kink here)
A. For crying out loud! Read my blog!:

Q. Can you teach me how to…(insert selected skill here)
A. Read. My. Blog:

Q. What do you look like? Could I have a description of you?
A. How did you even manage to get my phone number or email if you had not visited my website or one of my numerous online profiles? All of which have galleries, just like here, ON MY BLOG!:

Q. What do you mean when you call people ‘mundane’?
A. Mundane, in my case, often refers to the vanilla or boring. However, I am considering expanding it to include people who do not read my blog:

Q. Do you have a webcam? / Do you do online domination?
A. What is it that is not being understood?:

Q. Are you looking for a full time submissive?
A. Take your pick of blog posts:

Q. When and where is your next public event?


This blog post is, of course, completely superfluous as it will probably not be read by any of the ignoramuses who continue to ask these kinds of questions.

People need to make at least a little effort.

Stupidity is its own punishment

If you pick up the business card of any professional Mistress, it is your own responsibility what you decide to do with it, where you decide to keep it and who you let see it.

If your wife (husband/partner/relative/other) finds the business card of a professional Mistress in your wallet (purse/pocket/whatever) which you have picked up upon secretly visiting a dungeon or have picked up at one of the BDSM venues which have little piles of them on the bar (reception/other) and she (he/it) then decides to phone the number on the card to ask (anonymously) if the Mistress has recently visited the said venue (city/county/area/other), the Mistress will have no reason not to tell the truth.

Secrets are not often good, lies are certainly never good, both are a persons own responsibility and have nothing to do with the Mistress. It is not their affair.

Remember this if you decide to pick up a business card which profiles any form of BDSM professional or service.

Stupidity is its own punishment.