And do you know what the scariest part of today’s little immorality play is? Simply this: these have been the mild photographs from this photo set. These pictures are from Pain Gate , which as I’ve warned you before , is all about amazingly harsh whippings and livid whip welts. To be honest, they play harder at Pain Gate than I like to show on this blog; if I show too many boobies covered with bright red whip marks, I’ll jeopardize my reputation as a perfectly harmless mild-mannered erotic spanking fetishist. And we can’t have that, can we?
Cats start with low level “leaving behaviors” and increase the distance and the length of time of leaving until at the extreme they simply move out. First they walk 3 steps away. If that doesn’t work, they walk across the room. If that doesn’t work, they go under a chair or out of reach somewhere. If that doesn’t work, they leave the room. If that doesn’t work they leave the house. At each level they also use “how long” they leave. I mean they walk three steps away and then come back in a minute, or 5 minutes, or an hour, etc. The highest expression of anger is that of moving out of the house, permanently.