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Your mind will be mine. Give in to my brainwashing. Submit to your new goddess.    
Female Dominant, 22,  North Dakota US

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 Dominant Female

 North Dakota

 5' 8"

 130 lbs






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Your mind will be mine. Give in to my brainwashing. Submit to your new goddess.



I'm trying to respond to everyone, but lots of people have experienced interest, and keeping up with mail as well as introducing people to trance and helping teach dom(me)s is taking time. If I don't get back to you, don't feel bad sending me another message.


People whom I've taken into trance: I would love it if you would write something even briefly in your journal about the experience. What it felt like or what happened. Whether or not you enjoyed it.


Males: Approach me politely as a human being, and we can have a discussion. Many of you seem to think that engaging in conversation is sending messages begging me to perform your fantasies on you. You would not approach a woman in real life this way. Do not approach a woman here in this manner either. It's fine to say "Hey, I'm interested in hypnosis. Would you be willing to take me into trance." This is polite, opening conversation, and being respectful. It is not OK to message me with "Please use this sissy as your pet, Mistress."

Journal Entries:
9/6/2017 6:35:09 PM

12/30/2016 4:11:20 AM
I cannot emphasize more how important trust is in hypnosis. Absolutely do not trance for anyone you don't trust:

7/28/2016 4:31:53 PM
Subs, this is an excellent read. Keep these things in mind when approaching a dom(me)!

4/20/2016 10:27:32 AM
For those interested in learning hypnosis, this (after reading about safeties!!) is a good start: . It doesn't provide example inductions or deepeners, but there is plenty of information.

I'm also willing to teach if you'd like to learn. Just send me a message!

4/19/2016 12:54:15 PM
Dom(me)s and subs alike should read this: .

Especially if you're new to D/s, there are good guidelines there for how a dom(me) should act and what to look for in a dom(me). There're plenty of abusive personalities claiming to be dom(me)s. It's important to learn what to watch for and avoid.

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