You can basically just assume, without even knowing what this thing is, that it is from Australia.
Fuck that shit this thing is a pokemon
FOUND IT, thanks google
The Greater Egyptian Jerboa (Jaculus orientalis) is a species of rodent in the Dipodidae family. It is found in Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Libya, Morocco,Saudi Arabia, and Tunisia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, sandy shores, and arable land. It has been observed sheltering under, and eating desert truffles (Terfezia species).
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— J.D Salinger, Franny and Zooey (via suchvodka)
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Leashes are a difficult concept for me in kittenplay. A real cat resists leashes. But a submissive…they are quite useful and most every submissive I know describes a similar feeling of “feeling safe and tethered” to their Owner. There comes a point in kittenplay when you have to accept that there is still a human in your pet. Perhaps it’s not ideal, but the submissives in our pets need to be cared for as well. I don’t mind leashing a pet, but I don’t actually enforce walking or talking walks for kittenplay. I tend to use the leash to hold onto for more bondage purposes, or if I want to keep her close when she naps under my feet, or sometimes even during sleep. (Totally suggest you use an ankle cuff and attach chain to the ankle during sleep so there is no risk of accidental choking on a collar through the night or god forbid falling out of bed and choking) I like what it represents, as a physical connection between pet and Owner in the D/s dynamic. I don’t see it as a petplay item though in kittenplay. It’s a tool, not a training device such as in puppyplay or even ponyplay. I’m not the first to say that being a leashed kitty to go on walks feels…weird. Like a cat who is seeking their Owners attention…a real cat would seek them and follow them room to room knowing there is pre-established trust that they are their caretaker and provider and can freely seek attention when needed. So to me, a kitten in that headspace would really automatically seek their Owners side. The submissive in them might be trained to walk on all fours a step behind them, or to approach a specific manner. But, ultimately, a kitten who trusts their Owner will want to be by their side. The leash is just one more tool providing the physical acknowledgment that the Owner accepts the kittens invitation of submission. It is something to bring the kitten peace of mind. The reminder they are cared for, protected and provided for. At least…for me.
Let’s play a game, kitten. So long as you do nothing but mew while I rub your clit, I’ll put my fingers in you. The more convincing you can show me that you can still meow and have an orgasm doing this, you will earn my fingers plunging deep in you and you can scream and moan all you want. But if you moan or gasp before my fingers go in instead of meowing, you won’t get my fingers and instead you’ll be flipped over on my lap and spanked before you get an orgasm and then we will have to start all over again. Think you can do it, kitten?
*forgets to talk to friends for 4 weeks*
well it took me about 2 seconds to reblog this
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That’s exactly what Dominants are meant to provide for submissives.
Okay, this is actually what you do if you’re being sexually harassed in any kind of public space. Draw attention to it, preferably pull away and let EVERYONE know that someone is touching you. This will not only get him to get off you but he’ll definitely think about this situation next time he wants to do something like this.
Spreading the word.