Forum posts made by curiouskitty

Topic Rookie Question
Posted 20 Apr 2018 17:49

i spend a lot of time working on lush and i found it difficult to do when i used to get inundated with BBs. simple as that.

Oops! :-"

Topic Who is YOUR favorite author on Lush?
Posted 08 Jun 2014 18:07

Sprite- she writes in a winsome style that leaves me interested and involved, lots of character development in her stories. here is one to check out

Dancing Doll- again, another auther who pulls me into her writing, makes me care about the characters and more importantly, I want to know what happens next! Here is one to check out

Magical felix- his pacing is suburb, it pulls me further and further into the story. One to try

Delphi- she throws you into the action and then like a riptide pulls you farther into it. try this one

I also have to add Frank Lee, Lisa, and Lady X as favorites.

This list!!!! And yes Sprite is up there for me but then again I'm constantly reminded how biased I am :D

Topic Voting on Your Own Story
Posted 05 Jun 2014 15:16

i will occasionally give myself a 2 if i think it's not my best and people are giving it too many 5s. :)

I can't help it!!!!!! I see your name and I automatically vote 5!!! But it's okay I read it afterwards and want to give it a 5 but then I remember I already did :D

Topic Describe yourself in three words
Posted 04 Jun 2014 20:10

Studying like crazy.

Topic Favorite Frozen Treats
Posted 02 Jun 2014 21:37

Pinkberry (I like choices :D), milkshakes or smoothies, and frozen blueberries to munch on.

Topic Masturbating/Sex before a workout
Posted 02 Jun 2014 15:55

I thought masturbation was a workout!!
Joking aside, I did find I had less energy if I tried to play a sport afterward.

Topic Is pubic hair making a comeback?
Posted 02 Jun 2014 15:51

As a personal preference, I hope not.

Posted 02 Jun 2014 15:45

Favorite scene: Tyrion Lannister standing up to his father and everyone else when he is on trial.
To say it was an amazing performance would be an understatement.

Topic Religion, Bad or Good?
Posted 01 Jun 2014 00:45

Religion WOULD be good if it only affected the person practicing it. Of course this isn't true and the bad comes in when it negatively affects other people. I personally feel that the problems it causes outweigh the good it does. Just my opinion.

Topic I really need...
Posted 01 Jun 2014 00:40

For next week to be over... lol yeah I know it hasn't eve started yet :/

Topic Questions about becoming a Master/Mistress....
Posted 31 May 2014 23:49

I discovered my submissive side four years ago and was curious to learn more just like yourself. It didn't take long to find a Mistress who I believe cared and still cares for me. I learned everything I could about being as good of a girl I could be for the next half year to a year. I didn't realize that I was also learning what made a person a proper Domme and what.. didn't. I learned how to care, to pleasure, to punish, to reward and how to treat and be treated. Being submissive isn't being weak but it's takes enormous bravery, strength and most of all trust to submit yourself to another. A BDSM relationship isn't just about the "rough" aspects there's.. A lot more to discover. As you have already found out, you'll run into "doucebags". So continue to be cautious and don't rush into a relationship.

After awhile I parted ways and just enjoyed the site and making new friends. A particular friend who also happened to be submissive taught me unknowingly that I still had a lot to learn.

I soon discovered that she was interested in taking a Domme. I immediately felt I had to be her Mistress and brought up the suggestion. She agreed and it worked well. However, as MasterJohnathan being a switch is difficult (not impossible). I realized too late that I didn't avoid doing the same mistakes I thought I learned not to do when I was still a submissive.

People discuss the two sides of being Dominant or submissive but I think of being neither as a side in and of itself. Especially after being a in one of the relationships for so long.

Anyways, after Four years since joining lush and having had experienced the best of both sides I can only say that I'm grateful for the relationships I've made. A submissive with a wonderful Dom/Domme will be cared for greatly. A Domme/Dom with an amazing sub will be shown loving affection.

I wish you the best of luck and that once it finally works out for you, it'll be worth the effort.

Topic What are you listening to right now?
Posted 28 May 2014 23:21

Tech N9ne - Fragile

Topic Elliot Rodger kills 6, injures 13 others. Is it rape culture, guns or something else?
Posted 28 May 2014 23:05

The feeling a woman gets when she's followed on a street by someone who has made those kind of comments, or whistled at her, shouted, 'Hey baby,' or yelled comments about her body parts is something that men seem to have trouble understanding. Every man I pass on the street is a potential rapist. I have that kind of paranoid feeling despite the fact that I am aware that most men aren't rapists. It's impossible for a woman in this society to not be afraid of being raped. The fact that men laugh and joke about rape makes it even worse. The entitlement that made Eliot Rodgers want to murder women is the same as the entitlement that makes men think that rape is okay, that women don't really mean it when they say no, that it's the woman's fault for the way she dresses or for being out late at night.

The fact is that in our society, as in most of the world, women are seen as property or possessions, something that is to be used.

I'd like for men to imagine themselves going to prison, walking into a shower naked with a group of men bigger and tougher and meaner than they could ever possibly be, the sense of helplessness and the realization that these guys can do to you as they please. That's how women feel every day of our lives. It doesn't help that every time there is a story about rape that men seem to come out of the woodwork to defend the rapists, to say that it was the victims fault. I know that it isn't all men doing that, but it sure seems like it sometimes.

Rogders didn't rape anyone, of course, but he had the rapist outlook on women, that they are objects that are supposed to be for his personal use whenever and wherever he wants.

I hate this, I hate how some people can take a serious word and use it so lightly especially if they do it right in front of me. I'll stare pointedly at them and they'll notice my discomfort and they more often than not, end up asking "did I say something wrong?".

Topic What's Making You Happy Right At This Moment
Posted 22 May 2014 19:27

Having the perfect weather for snuggling and hot chocolate and watching netflix <3. Lol cloudy and cold days usually suck but it feels good right now ^.^

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 28 Apr 2014 17:03

Topic reasons to defriend people
Posted 13 Apr 2014 18:25

excessive excessiveness.

B-b-but I'm excessive!!! Nooooooo!!! :3

Topic Your ideal partner in two words
Posted 05 Apr 2014 19:22

Beside me

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 05 Apr 2014 19:20

Topic Happy Birthday Her Royal Spriteness!!
Posted 21 Sep 2013 18:31

love3 Happy Birthday Rachel !!!!! :D <3Big Hugs drunken occasion7 love7

Topic Guess the date we reach 200,000 members, and win...
Posted 08 Aug 2013 08:58

August 19th

Topic Happy Birthday Her Royal Spriteness!
Posted 23 Sep 2012 08:24

Happy Birthday :)

Topic Describe yourself in one word
Posted 11 Sep 2012 21:37


Topic If you could be an animal
Posted 11 Sep 2012 21:19

Kitty!!!! Hello to all the other kitties! And Meeeew <3 to a special kitty in particular! :D

Topic What have you read, that you've never forgotten?
Posted 11 Sep 2012 21:09

There's quite a few, but the one's I can think of now are: Of Mice and Men, the ending was so sad :(, and any Edgar Allen Poe stories but especially The Cask of Amontillado, creepy ending. Hmm I guess any book that had a powerful ending scene.

Topic Awkward Moments
Posted 08 Aug 2012 15:57

That awkward moment where you didn't realize the sliding glass door was closed and crash into it, falling down, and attracting even more attention because you're one of those people who laughs at everything Embarassed.

Topic What is the most important "life lesson" you have learned?
Posted 08 Aug 2012 15:36

Life is not fair, even to those who have truly deserved it. So the one's who have had it good should try to make others smile and make their day. <3

Topic What's making you happy right at this moment???
Posted 08 Aug 2012 15:20

Wednes-kitty day. Sitting next to a special someone and being read a story from a special author here on Lush. Excited to go out and be away from crazies. Being loved and cared for. Lots of stuff <3

Topic Describe yourself in one word
Posted 01 Aug 2012 21:49


Topic What snack does sex make you crave
Posted 01 Aug 2012 21:35

Recently in the craving for cherries (I'm not lazy! I'll work on those stems!! :D) and popsicles (Otter pops but sadly I've NEVER seen or heard of them before until now o.o)

Topic Things you shouldn't do but do anyway....
Posted 01 Aug 2012 21:22

Daydream in the middle of class about a certain Lush Member. :D