I gave my presentation “Interrogation: The Border Between Play and Reality” for LILNR last night. The crowd transmitted such a wonderful beam of energy, making it a true pleasure to present. Talk about topspace
That’s what makes it so great to come out to Long Island.
As a top, I love interrogation play. Yet, at the same time I fear it as the reactions and outcomes are not predictable. In some ways it is like playing with fire – you want the scene to heat up and get hot, but yet not fully burn your subjects. I think that it is partly this dichotomy that creates the thrill of it all. Of course, this also means you have to be very careful and respectful in what you do, making sure you don’t inflict any long-term physical or psychological harm.
I wish I could do interrogation scenes more often – but I know, it is not every bottom’s cup of tea. I’m looking forward to hearing about yours!
Thank you Amiko, limer, and boy kevin for offering your bodies and souls for a good cause last night. Thank you Bob and Spike for having us present. Oh, and boy kevin’s card? Jack of diamonds. And no, he had not forgotten the name of the card.
Here are some questions for you:
- Do you like interrogation scenes? And if so, what do you like with them?
- What kind of interrogation scenes have you done?