Woman of Experience

When some people say that they like “old femdom erotica,” they don’t necessarily mean “old erotica of femdoms.”

The Dominatrix business is an equal-opportunity employer, in the sense that it seems to be open to women of pretty much any age. And unlike, for example, Hollywood movies, quite often a Domme’s age/experience actually makes her even more attractive.

Here’s a typical shot of a typical mature Domme. She’s displaying the customary rack of implements, in case there was any doubt as to her status.

And while her outfit looks simple, one can see that it probably takes some preparation to get it into place, with all the lacing and zippers. Once again, we see that even Dommes with status need to display the impractical outfits in order to be taken seriously.

Tropes: Black & shiny, PVC, whips, impractical clothing

About Tom Allen

The Grey Geezer Dauntless defender of, um, something that needed dauntless defending. Dammit, I can't read this script without my glasses. Hey, you kids, get off my damn lawn!
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3 Responses to Woman of Experience

  1. tboy98 says:

    I’ve enjoyed your “tiresome tropes” series. I think that a certain amount of camp is perfectly acceptable in a scene, especially if it’s just photography for male gratification. The sex act can be funny, ridiculous, and a turn on all at the same time. Of course, the irony is probably lost on the original participants in a lot of these photos, but they still have entertainment value.

  2. steve says:

    the woman in the photograph is” Lady Margaron ” a professional domme who provides service in Edinburgh Scotland and the north of England

  3. Ken Ring says:

    Also enjoying this series Tom, very amusing

    Thanks for the background info Steve – have you got personal experience of her charms?! 🙂 Thought she looked a bit Scottish actually – certainly looks like she know how to handle a Lochgelly….

    I do also agree with tboy that a certain amount of theatre is all part of the fun

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