Written on a dare as a birthday gift for her lover, Pauline Réage’s Story of O was never meant to be published. But the story of a young girl’s induction into the world of ultimate submission was simply too compelling to stay hidden. In print since 1954, Story of O continues to captivate.
Following Réage’s lead, most BDSM fiction is from the submissive point of view. But what do we know about the mysterious and powerful men to whom women enslave themselves? In this tale of calculated dominance, Taboo Magazine Editor Ernest Greene lets us slip into the skin of the man with the whip.
Once inside the playroom, Steven stopped so Ondine could take a good look around. He owned everything he wanted, including the warm little package, adorned with nothing more than leather collar, cuffs and skyscraper stilettos, rubbing her bare backside against his cock.
“Please tell me I don’t ever have to leave this room again,” Ondine said.
Steven turned his attention to a red vinyl cushion perched on a low shelf at the head of the bed. It was shaped to conform to a petite pair of buttocks. Perfect. He took the cushion and placed it squarely in the middle of the bed’s black, rubberized surface.
“Go lie down over there,” he said. “Settle your tail just off the edge of the cushion.”