As part of March Q&A Month, Debra asked :-
Do you know what a session will consist of and how long?
Again funnily enough this is one of those questions where the answer is ‘it depends’😉
Sometimes this girl can begin a session with Grimly and have some idea of what is going to happen. For instance, if a new piece of kit has been purchased then it might be planned in advance to incorporate it i.e. in the case of something like the butterfly straight jacket. It can also happen that this girl and Grimly will plan to try something specific in advance so on those occasions she also has a rough idea. Also, again, from experience some things happen in a predictable order mainly because with some types of bondage doing it in a logical progression makes the most sense.
However, mostly this girl can’t be 100% sure what Grimly is going to do. Sometimes that is because he is evasive and mysterious about telling her, or because she can’t see and so can only guess. The surprise really is part of the fun. Luckily because of the collection of toys this girl and Grimly have then there is an infinite number of possibilities so its interesting to see sometimes what his depraved mind will come up with. Sometimes Grimly will also introduce a toy to a session this girl doesn’t know he has i.e something fresh from the workshop..so that’s always a possibility.
How long a session lasts well really depends on several factors – what time is available, what is happening during the session, how is it planned to end i.e. sometimes orgasm is a pretty natural end (especially after 10😉 ), how long will it be before it gets uncomfortable or boring for one or both parties. Since not every session is the same all these are variables…though perhaps on average anywhere between 1 & 6 hours but sometimes a session will be a ‘short sharp shock’ other times it will be longer bondage.
Now on the other hand, if this girl is in charge of a session i.e from the dominant side then she would hope to know what it’s going to consist of! Or at least have bare bones of a plan and then adapt it based on the body language of the person.