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Hetero Male Master, 53,  Indiana
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 Dominant Male


 5' 10"






Actively Seeking:

Submissive Female

Friends Only

Ive had a streak of kink since my early childhood and rather than trying to suppress it I have embraced it. I have learned about a wide variety of fetishes though force rp and variants are my favorite. What I would like to find is someone who shares my kinky nature and wishes to explore our kinky sides together with a potential for a long term relationship. I have a keen intellect and look for the same in a woman. Just because a woman is submissive doesnt mean she doesnt have a mind of her own, nor does it mean she shouldnt be able to use it at times. In simple terms by nature I am a dominant but I do not call myself a Dom, I am looking for a submissive woman but not a slave. If it simply means some good play then so be it, I am certainly up for that but the end goal is to find the woman that completes my soul becoming the Omega to my Alpha.

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Journal Entries:
1/14/2018 5:33:19 PM
Skol Vikings! what a finish to the game!

11/23/2017 12:41:54 PM
Time for a brief message as I enjoy a turkey induced near-coma, lol.  Happy Thanksgving to all {even the internationals who don't celebrate it} :)

5/15/2017 4:06:21 PM
One might suggest that Trump is bumbling through his presidency in much the manner of a bull in a china shop, except that the bull is more careful.

5/7/2017 11:47:42 AM
Vive la France!

4/16/2017 8:22:22 PM
For those who have heard the phrase "Democracy died to thunderous applause" and never have actually seen it I direct your attention to Turkey.  Today they voted to end their Democracy and hand power over to a dictator, the only real question is how soon will it be for Erdogan to fully dissolve the parliament and finish arresting his political enemies?  He's already purged the education system of most of it's teachers and administrators claiming they were all involved in the coup of 2016. 

Let's hope that we here in America when faced with similar choices will have the wisdom to resist the lure of would-be dictators and instead keep our nation as an example for others to follow rather than a lesson for others to heed.

3/5/2017 2:24:29 AM
Nothing like watching "This is Spinal Tap" at 5 in the morning for some good laughs!  :))

8/24/2016 4:53:22 PM
Storms and tornadoes all over the place this evening, here's hoping that everyone out there is careful and safe tonight!

8/3/2016 6:20:40 PM
"May you live in interesting times"

And if you're a fanatic for politics it doesn't matter which side of the aisle {or the middle} you may reside on, these certainly are interesting times for politics here in the US!

8/13/2015 6:03:37 PM
you know it's a bizarre day when "Stand and Deliver" is the song that gets stuck in your head!  LOL

8/14/2014 2:30:38 PM
What does it say about America as a society when police will back down when confronted with armed whites who have come from across the country to "defend the Constitution" {which they have clearly never read} and are actively defying the legal exercise of federal law.  However when police are confronted with a group of largely black and unarmed citizens who are rallying in their own neighborhoods and whose worst offense may be having such a rally without a permit, the police are more than willing to use force to "protect the people and maintain order".

Shades of a time when we attacked Iraq due to "weapons of mass destruction" which never existed instead of choosing a target such as North Korea which not only clearly has such weapons but has demonstrated a willingness to provoke incidents which could lead to their actual use.

Have we as a nation become such a "bully", that when confronted with a real threat we turn away only to find a weaker target to boost our fragile collective ego?

7/30/2014 6:31:17 PM
"my name is Muerte, my name is death!", if you recognize the quote {without having to google it} and it brings a smile to your face, we may have a similar sense of humor!

 - play safe all  :)

7/3/2013 10:53:07 AM

As we stand on the brink of another 4th of July, I would hope that everyone takes a moment to reflect on the meaning of the holiday beyond simply fireworks, BBQ and getting together {or avoiding!} your family and friends.  We take so much for granted living in a free society that often times we will allow our freedom to be eroded without really thinking about the consequences of that erosion.  Even now in several parts of the world popular uprisings are in progress as the people of other nations so desperately strive for what we have long enjoyed, we must never forget how precious the gift of liberty truly is and that it can be lost as quickly as it was won so many decades ago.


I am always reminded of a favorite quote {which though attributed to Benjamin Franklin, it exists in so many permutations that the exact origins may be a little fuzzy:


"Those who would give up a little liberty to gain a little security, deserve neither and will lose both"


Happy 4th of July and play safe everyone

4/2/2013 9:18:32 PM

Well apparently bipartisanship isn't quite dead and we can all take heart from the fact that we finally have an example of Republicans and Democrats working together on something.  A Democratic state senator was involved in a scheme of bribes and payoffs to Republicans in an attempt to buy into a mayoral race!  Proving once more there is little difference between the major political parties when money is involved {they are both equally contemptible}  Anyone up for a "storming of the Bastille" in 2016?

7/17/2012 9:10:56 PM

Thoughts for the evening...


If a human can be crazy like a fox, can a fox be sane like a human?  And which state of mind is the preferable of the two?

3/23/2012 3:20:56 PM

A cry in the wilderness can echo on unacknowledged.

A voice in a crowd may fade away unnoticed.

A whisper in a quiet room can be missed.

A scream in the night may be blocked out.

But in no case should one assume the words weren't worth hearing, how one chooses to communicate is less important than the message they bring

2/20/2012 7:37:09 PM

Some thoughts for the evening...

It's curious how folks on here sometimes only see the world through their own eyes without stepping back to try and understand others.  We are all unique individuals and as such are all pursuing our wants and needs in different ways.  Some folks seem to have a "sense of immediacy" to their search and anyone who doesn't share their desire for rapid resolution is in their eyes an obvious "fake" or "game player".  In the same vein there are some folks who will delay their search for an interminable amount of time and anyone who wants to move too fast for them is a "fake".  It would seem that there should be a happy medium somewhere in between but there will never be a consensus among folks of what exactly constitutes a "reasonable" time to get to know someone.

Am I saying there are no "fakes" present here {or on any other forum on the web}?  Certainly not but we must remember that perhaps one shouldn't be so quick to judge others who seek the same goal as yourself but choose a different path.  The "true fake" {an ironic nic to be sure} is here simply to deceive, as for the others...perhaps they just think a bit differently from oneself.

-play safe all

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