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Get to know me! (That tag, but in blog form.)

‘aka Eve breaks the rules.’

I am useless at writing something in 140 characters or less – I ramble. So, I have a different version of this tag! For every post I have – drafts, queued, and published, I will post a fact/confession about myself.

My post count: 32

Let’s get started, shall we?

  1. I very rarely wear jewellery, and almost never wear earrings. If I wear jewellery, I wear necklaces, and the occasional ring, but I usually just stick to scarfs.

2. I started drinking rum and cranberry during University, and it’s my drink of choice to this day – though I now prefer Kraken rum over all other rums.

3. Bar staff usually give me cola instead of cranberry.

4. I’ve known about fetish, BDSM, and kink for years – way before my 18th birthday.

5. The first time I was ‘exposed’ to the notion BDSM was because I was an inquisitive kid, and wanted to know more about sex. I liked the diversity it had to offer, so started to investigate more.

6. The first media I saw about BDSM was the film Secretary. I tend to watch the film at least once a year now. Got a lot of love for James Spader.

7. I used to identify as a masochistic Switch, but over the years I’ve evolved and now identify more as a Sadistic Switch with masochistic tendencies. It’s in part due to my rocky relationship with kink, and a fondness for making others whimper.

8. I try to not regret my life choices, circumstances, or events. If I changed anything I wouldn’t be the person I am now, have met my partner, or know the people I now know.

10. My best friend is a guy, and I’ve known him since college.

11. When I told him that I was a cam model/Dominatrix, his response was ‘fuck yeah’.

12. I’ve always had a feeling I was exactly ‘straight’. I realised this sometime in college, when I had a crush on one of my female friends, but I really should have realised sooner.

13. My first crush was a female TV weather presenter at quite a young age. I can remember kissing the TV screen.

14. It was during college I began to identify as bisexual, but now I feel I fit the more ‘pansexual’ or ‘queer’ label. Maybe even both.

15. I’ve worn glasses for as long as I can remember.

16. I’ve had clarinet, flute, piano, guitar, cello, and voice lessons. And over the years I’ve brought myself a violin, and a trumpet to teach myself.

17. Grade wise, I’m around a grade 4 on clarinet, and flute.

18. My hair is the shortest it’s ever been, but I still want to get it cut even shorter at some point in my life.

19. I’ve technically been disabled by chronic pain since the age of 12/13, but only started accepting it’s a part of my identity the past few years.

20. This means I’ve been disabled for just over ten years. Though, that number has always been hazy – it’s been so long I get stuck on a number for a few years, before I remember to up it.

21. I tend to avoid prescribed painkillers – I prefer to use rum. Less side effects!

22. Last of the chronic illness confessions: a lot of ‘seeming well’ is acting. My ‘bad’ days now outnumber my good by a lot, but if I gave in to my bad days I’d get nothing done … except watching everything on Netflix.

23. The fact that I’m a Scorpio amuses me, but I don’t put any stock in star signs.

24. I watch a lot of YouTube channels, but my favourite channels are ones I can watch mindlessly like food channels, and ThreadBanger.

25. I practice yoga, and meditate daily. It’s done wonders for my mental health.

26. I prefer paper books to Kindles, and ebooks, but I can deny they’re extremely useful.

27. I tend to re-read and re-watch the Harry Potter, and Hunger Games books and films in times of stress. They’re comforting in a strange way.

28. My favourite animal is a dog.

29. My eyes are green.

30. DFTBA.

31. I come up with more business ideas than I know what to do with.

32. Which leads me to my super secret project that I’ve been working on for months: Parlour Talk.

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