Afraid of the dark?

by sub-Bee

Kink of the Week | Wicked Wednesday

Afraid of the Dark?

Tucked away in the corner of one of our rooms is a purple suitcase, not a big one but one of the small cabin sized ones. Looks can be deceiving because it contains no clothes, just lots of goodies we’ve picked up over the years.

It hides our magic wand away and it hides lots of hitty things, floggers, a mini cricket bat, nipple clamps etc. anything my partner can lay his hands on to tease and torture me really. Alongside all of those there are several blindfolds, nothing fancy, just the ones you get handed out in flight packs along with those tiny toothbrushes.

And yet they never get used. Why? Well I think I have the wrong shaped face for blindfolds. If he pushes them up high enough so I don’t see over the top I still manage to spy what he’s up to by peering down along my nose. Likewise if he pushes it down so I can’t see down my nose I can see what going on above my head. Even the ones with a fur lining don’t have a better coverage and invariably I get poked in the eye with a bit of fluff!

Not only that but if I get an itchy nose, which is inevitable if my hands are tied out of reach, a couple of little twitches and the blindfold has wiggled its way up, or down, my face.

Having my sight taken away always scares me, not enough too put a stop to using blindfolds, it’s something I like to push through. It heightens all my other senses, I listen hard to see where in the room my partner is, what it is he may’ve picked up to use. What we really need is a blindfold that actually covers my eyes properly.

All this talk of blindfolds has made me remember something. Last year during Eroticon I had a conversation with my partner *looks to see if he’s listening* about blindfolding me and getting me to describe different sensations. I mean really describe them using all my senses, other than sight obviously, it may just help me improve and give me some more confidence in my writing by making me think in different ways.

So there we go, blindfolds may have their uses but I wouldn’t class them as a kink of mine, or at least, not until we can find one to fit my face.

Written by sub-Bee

Kinky submissive who loves to share her naughty side here at atosubbee.com

You can also find me here: @sub_bee

10 thoughts on “Afraid of the dark?”

  1. gail says:

    I really enjoyed this piece, – thanks so much for articulating this in such a sweet, engaging way. A pleasure to read!

  2. Kayla Lords says:

    We finally found a good blindfold (quite by accident – it came with our Shibari rope order) and it fits my face perfectly. With the others it was SO easy to cheat!

  3. Jo says:

    It’s funny – one of the benefits for me of wearing a blindfold is that it makes me feel more comfortable closing my eyes, so it doesn’t matter whether or not I can see under the bottom edge! I like your description idea – maybe I should use that in my writing classes. ><

  4. Rose says:

    Sounds like you are in need of a mindfold! They have foam around the edge so they fit perfectly.

  5. Missy says:

    Completely agree with you here with sensations.
    Shame you can’t get any to fit. Have you tired a good? I have a thin one and that with or without an extra blindfold works a treat.
    X

  6. Marie Rebelle says:

    Such a pity you cannot find a blindfold that fits properly. And… I love the idea of having to describe different sensations!

    Rebel xox

  7. Molly says:

    I often close my eyes when writing for a moment as I try to immerse my mind in the sensation I am describing. I think the blindfold trick definitely might be something worth experimenting with

    Mollyx

  8. Cammies on the Floor says:

    Too bad they don’t work, my favorite is a sleeping one that has the curve to go around the nose so that it stays better.

    And a purple suitcase? So in love

  9. May More says:

    I too get a bit scared when blindfolded. It really quite disorientates me…

  10. Mrs Fever says:

    Your sensation-description idea is an excellent one. Even just closing your eyes can make a huge difference in attuning your other senses to your surroundings.

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