S L I C K: Yes, Daddy

The late winter breeze ruffled my hair as I walked downtown. I was just 10 minutes away from our first meeting, and my entire body was electric. I thought back to all those late Saturday nights over drinks after your shifts. Wouldn’t it be fun if I visited and we finally locked a collar around me? Wouldn’t it be so cute to see me on my knees, drinking out of a water bowl?

I only meant it half-seriously, followed shortly after with an invitation to slip into the bathroom and see what happens. But eventually half-serious turned into serious, and when I proposed the idea for real, there was no weirdness about it, no apprehension, no unspoken boundary crossed. I wanted you to dominate me, Daddy, and you relished the chance.

When I finally reached the place, I was dumbstruck. I had imagined an underground sanctuary hidden deep below town. Not, as it turned out, an old office building with about a dozen floors. I punched the number in the elevator and waited, my heart pounding. No t...

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Ana Valens is a sex worker, erotica writer, and leatherdyke. She is best known for her adult content reporting with the Daily Dot, as well as her unapologetically horny Twitter presence. Her occult trans lesbian erotica story Blood Pact has been hailed as “shameless,” “darkly comforting,” and having “a 100% success rate” at turning on dykes.

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