Collar Me?

Recently, Daddy took me for a walk, adorned with a pink rhinestone color and matching leash.

While on our late night walk, we had many engaging and inspiring conversations. Daddy teaches me about life, how to be become healthier, what’s expected of me, what is yet to come and spirituality.

One of our conversations was about my neckĀ  adornment. Daddy asked me how I felt about the collar; something he’s asked before. I’m very opinionated about collars.

They are common in our lifestyle, as a sign of ownership. A collar means nothing to me. Nothing.

I know things about collars that other slaves don’t understand. A collar means nothing. Slavery has nothing to do with jewelry around your neck.

Slavery is an iron-clad bond around a slaves soul. It enslaves not her neck. It enslaves her soul. Her mind, her body, and her heart, always. But it is her soul that she must offer with full surrender.

This offering isn’t taken lightly. It is all encompassing and eternal. There’s no turning back. But there is no piece of jewelry that can enslave like this. Only a girls mind, heart and soul; it’s not a toy to me and means more than any ceremonious piece. (I’m actually quite fond and humored of the lovely collars Tiffany and Co makes).

So many little slave girls desire to feel that collar around their neck. Silly girls, no piece of jewelry will give you what you seek. Only unconditional, eternal, voluntary surrender! Only!!

There are times I find a collar useful. In playful fun, as Daddy did when He took me for a walk. (Or any other time He desires to adorn my neck with anything other than His firm hand!). Or a BDSM event.

In my lifestyle, any BDSM event has protocol. It’s in a slaves best interest to attend with an outward show of bound slavery. It says, loudly, “Hands off!! I’m owned. Want to talk to me? Ask Daddy!” A true slave (not a game player) at an event is not to be touched, spoken to or addressed in any way without consent from her Owner. She is owned property. There for only Ones enjoyment unless They so desire otherwise. It is necessary, at an event.

So that’s my opinion on collars. :)
Namaste,
Estelle