1. How discreet are you?
I place a high value on my privacy and will treat yours with the same care. I will only contact you via email or an instant message service, unless we have agreed on and scheduled a time for me to call. I will not save your whole name in my phone. My playspace is private and tucked away in an office warehouse.
3. I am new to bdsm and hesitant to contact you. What can I expect?
If you are truly hesitant I would suggest booking a meet and greet with me. It will take place in a quiet, but public location such as a coffee shop, restaurant, or bookstore. You will find me to be very friendly and interested in your imaginings. I will be glad to answer your questions and alleviate your concerns. I do not require that you experience pain during our encounters and I will always honor your limits. I am fully capable of guiding you through sensual beginner experiences while training you to serve me well.
2. What should I call you?
You will always address me properly as Mistress Lady X, Mistress, or Ma'am. Should you wish to appeal to my softer side, you may call me Goddess.
4. How long should my first session be?
I encourage you to book a 90 or 120 minute session for your first visit with me. You will find that time passes very quickly in my playspace. One hour will feel like 10 minutes. Conversely, too long a session may be overindulgent.
5. How should I prepare for a session?
Be CLEAN and Well-Groomed: I prefer you washed inside and out, nails trimmed, wearing deodorant.
Be On-Time: My time is valuable. I will not have it wasted on tardiness. I want you here on time exactly. Do not be early or late.
Be Respectful: I expect that you will address me properly at all times and follow my instructions precisely.
Be Prepared: Your cash tribute should be in an envelope or folded in paper and placed on the desk when you enter my office.
Be Honest: Lying or withholding information will result in harsh and extreme consequences.
Be Sincere: Do not hide your reactions or emotions. They excite me. I want to know what you're experiencing.
Be Grateful: If you are fortunate enough to have the privilege of serving me, you should thank me when I extend you the honor of my attention be it pleasant or painful.