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If you'd like to send mail to me i will read all that you send, post the most pertinent material that will appeal to a majority of the other visitors, and sometimes i will create an article based on what you send in. i cannot respond via e-mail.

Mail will be rotated off, but the articles will be posted in other areas of the site for members with links given either here or in Sir Red's Map Room. All mail received will be received with the understanding that it may be posted unless you request otherwise. Please use an alias in your signature (important) in case i forget to hide it for you. This is designed for the subs to use, but if a Dom wants to write it will be received with open arms, as it should be.

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Hokay, lot's of things to post
(that means i won't get them all)
so let's start with the important stuff first.

Many were sad to hear the helen25 died this week. She was one of our people in the chat room and a great lady. Several of our chatters have set up some memorials on the web. If you would like to visit them and either sign the guestbooks or just find out about some one who has left such an indelible mark in the hearts of those who knew her the addresses are below.
darkguyver.20megsfree.com
geocities.com
Another important tid bit you're sure to want to keep up with:

Our chat room located at ropetalk.net has inspired a lot of people to join in and share either themselves and or their knowledge of bondage. We were keeping a profile section so that you could put a name with a face, but it proved to be too much for me to keep up with (sorry folks but shevette has a day job) so a number of our good chatters have put up profile pages of many of the different chatters. You can find out more about our chat people by going either to groups.msn.com or msnusers.com or groups.yahoo.com.
Just snak a peak, i mean sneak!

 

i've got another look-alike page coming out soon, here's a sneak peak...

Absolutely beautiful girl (comes complete with tattoo!)

Meet the press
..Speaking of pretty girls...

One of the women that we have seen here on the Red's Realm is in the news this week. i have a page up about it here and it's caused a bit of a stir. Here are some letters i've gotten...
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Re: HEADLINES: Pages One, Two and Three of today's New York Daily News.
From: Lance

Are we on the mainstream map now, or what?
Film at 11.

----- Reply Message -----
From: shevette
Subject: Re: HEADLINES: Pages One, Two and Three of today's New York Daily News.

Sir, may i use these pics in an article on Reds-Realm.net? The article will be about speaking up for bondage and how the media uses bondage to sell their wares.

Thanking you in advance.

Kisses
shevette

----- Re-reply Message -----
Subject: Re: HEADLINES: Pages One, Two and Three of today's New York Daily News.
From: Lance

Hi shevette .. it's lance .. and why not .. they are from the New York Daily News.
Lance

----- Re-re-reply Message -----
From: shevette
Subject: Re: HEADLINES: Pages One, Two and Three of today's New York Daily News.

Thanks Lance

Got a page up and i guess it doesn't say enough. i was fuming hot when i wrote it. Just when we think bondage is being accepted along comes some tripe like this. Sometimes i think we are making a mistake by sitting under an umbrella called "Bondage", i mean, what we do is really tie up games or as the smoking gun site put it "tie-me-up".

For me to get as open as i am about bondage it has taken a lot. At first i couldn't even admit it to myself. All that is well and good. Anything that's hard to do and is positive is good and good for us. It's just when someone else butts in and makes us feel like we are not as good that it gets bad, especially when we KNOW that the jerk pointing the finger at us isn't as bright as us. They've just got a bigger mouth.

Thanks again.

Kisses
shevette
From: mario
To: shevette@reds-realm.net
Subject: What I plan to do to help Sara

Dear Shevette,
The question I pose here is, does Sara really need or deserve help? I don't hear much about this Joe Millionaire thing out here in Australia so I may not be in touch with all the issues involved. You are no doubt aware that the general media always sensationalizes news stories and your obvious concerns are for the reputation of both Sara and the B&D community in general. From what I can deduct, the media's angle here may be in reference to the type of woman who would want to go on a show like Joe Millionaire- A woman who would do almost anything for money. They may assume that Sara is not really into BDSM in any way, but just does it for the bucks, the same motivation for her appearance on this silly TV. show. I don't know for certain myself, but it's an understandable theory. I personally don't have any respect for a woman who would want to marry a man she doesn't know anything about, except that he's rich. Even if the guy is penniless as the show suggests, the notoriety involved here may be enough for Sara to profit in some way. It worked for Monica Lewinsky. I can't see how this incident is going to hurt the bondage community, but I can see how women like Sara can affect the nature of relationships in general by degenerating them into an exercise in profiteering, forsaking the concept of love completely. My intentions here are not to offend, and I'm sorry if I have done so, but from the perspective of an average single male who finds that developing a relationship with a women without the aid of big bucks or status harder and harder, Sara is sending the wrong message to the world. Sincerely, Mario
From: Brad
To: shevette@reds-realm.net
Subject: What I plan to do to help Sara

On the other hand, Shevette, there are going to be a lot of people who see this and think, "Hey, that kind of turns me on a little." You and Red and others have done a lot to break down the taboo surrounding bondage, and Sara is doing the same thing, whether she wants to or not. I do sympathize with her personal situation and the negativity she'll have to endure for a while, but in the long run this will get talked about by people and eventually bondage will be accepted as being a part of life, as, say, being gay has come to be accepted in ways that were unimaginable 30 years ago.

Brad
From: Rick
Sent: Sunday, February 02, 2003 2:07 AM
To: shevette@reds-realm.net
Subject: KUDOS!!!!

Shevette,
Kudos and congrats on you rant about the "Joe Millionaire" fiasco!!!! That show along with the rest of this so - called "reality" genre is just another example of the wrong - headed thinking that's plaguing society today!!!! What I REALLY want to know is just WHAT IS SO REALISTIC ABOUT ANY OF THESE SO - CALLED REALITY SHOW!!!!! GRRRRR!!!! Keep up the good work Shevette!!! LOVE ya!!!!
That's what i told Sir Red, "Grrrrr..."
...and on a happier note...
From: Bindvicki
Subject: cybersex??

Lessons for those who need them......
Rules for cyber sex
1. Before becoming involved in any kind of cybersex, please make sure your spouse, boyfriend, kids, etc. are out of the room at the time, (preferably out of the house and not during a major holiday when your in-laws are also present or at a time when all your relatives are in attendance). It really gets difficult to explain the moaning and groaning, while the buzz of various "toys" can be heard.

2. For men, before you begin, please check that your modem protector is on, along with the splash guard for your keyboard. It will stop the future embarrassment of telling the computer technician that your keys are "stuck" and you have no idea why.

3. For women, no matter what you are truly wearing, such as: sweatpants, sweat shirt, torn bathrobe, slippers, t-shirt with stains on the front, bloomer underwear that could cover a car or be used for a parachute, always tell your potential cyber partner you are wearing a thong, garter belt with black stockings, and your best Wonderbra (the one that has everything pulled up so high your belly button is under your chin), and a pair of high heels. We don't want to destroy that myth that all women dress that way when we sit down at the computer (although I truly wear these things each and every time I sit in front of my computer, it does seem to cause a bit of a commotion at the office, - but I have certainly worked my way up the ranks in the company because of it). As for what the man should be wearing, we all know that they are all naked and wearing just a smile.

4. If the cyber begins to get very hot please refrain from straddling your monitor. There are many emergency room stories to be told if you get overly excited, not to mention the many years of therapy to get you to let go and not continue this sordid affair with your 15" screen.

5. If the cyber is not going well, please let the other person know in the best way you can. It is not very polite to tell them that you are doing your nails, have just made up your grocery list for the next month, shingled the house, pulled out one of your wisdom teeth because you were bored, would rather read the instructions on how to set the time on your VCR, checked your fridge to make sure the light still works when you open the door, and last but not least, stuck your tongue to an ice cube tray to stop the monotony.

6. When it really starts getting hot and heavy, please check your spelling before you send that embarrassing typo, i.e., oh baby, let me suck on those beautiful beasts of yours. I just love your hot, wet posse (although it does kinda put a western slant on Things - hmmmm, things could get interesting with boots and spurs though). Oh baby, you have such a big coke, (hope you got the supersized fries and burger with that). That's it baby, show me that beautiful clint, (go ahead, make my day), and the proverbial oh fork me hard!

7. Pay attention to what is going on. Please refrain from putting your "coke" in one place, when your cyberpartner had just typed that it was someplace else. If you have no clue as to where the cyber is going, ask to buy a vowel. If you are really lost and can't keep up, or you had a case of premature cybering, and really do not feel like typing for 3 days to satisfy your female counterpart, just pretend you got bumped off-line. That always works and at least she won't take it so personal. Please refrain from the excuse, "I have to let my dog out."

8. Once both cyberpartners have been satisfied, or faked satisfaction, (oh great, we now have the added pressure of faking cyber-orgasms too), at least say thank you. (Thank you can mean, thank God its over, or THANK YOU because you truly had a wonderful time.)

9. If it was a truly bad experience, do not feel pressured into ever having cybersex with this person again. When they ask for your email address, just give them the wrong one. If they begin to pester you, it's proper etiquette to just bump yourself off-line, or just say HUH? I never got your message. Nobody needs to suffer a really bad cyber twice.

10. Last but not least, remember that cybersex will not make you go blind, unless you keep all the lights out in the house while having it, watching the screen in the dark does make your eyes burn. Realize that you may be addicted if your real life partner walks by naked and you'd rather be typing with one hand and still trying to keep a steady rhythm going. Sex can be just as nice with a partner you know. And just for variety, when your right hand gets tired, try dating your left hand for something different.
Hey Shev big hugs and lots of love here is the dungeon pic of you and tas i used your cartoon face as i don't have a real pic well hope you like it and lots oh hugs kisses your friend Dark Guyver

Here's one of tas, tracee, and me.

I liked this, thought you would too.
A BEAUTIFUL PRAYER...................

I asked God to take away my habit.
God said, No.
It is not for me to take away, but for you to give it up.

I asked God to make my handicapped child whole.
God said, No.
His spirit is whole, his body is only temporary

I asked God to grant me patience.
God said, No.
Patience is a byproduct of tribulations;
it isn't granted, it is learned.

I asked God to give me happiness.
God said, No.
I give you blessings; Happiness is up to you.

I asked God to spare me pain.
God said, No.
Suffering draws you apart from worldly cares and brings you closer to me.

I asked God to make my spirit grow.
God said, No.
You must grow on your own!
But I will prune you to make you fruitful.

I asked God for all things that I might enjoy life.
God said, No.
I will give you life, so that you may enjoy all things.

I ask God to help me LOVE others, as much as He loves me.
God said...Ahhhh, finally you have the idea!

THIS DAY IS YOURS DON'T THROW IT AWAY
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Kisses
shevette
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