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FrankenDarcy  for Bunnies Unbound: Before the Transformation

Tell me a little about yourself outside of kink. What do you do day to day?
In short, nothing much. I watch a lot of television and I spend a lot of time on the internet. Aside from that I like gothic fashion and creative writing.

Tell me a little about yourself inside kink.
Inside kink I am… complicated. I’m mostly a bottom but I’m interested in exploring my top side. I am fairly submissive but I have a cheeky, bratty side. I love rope, impact play, am interested in medical play though I’ve not done much of it. I’m not interested in any sexual aspects of kink. I am an AB/DL and a little (my little side is very bratty) and I love old fashioned discipline and things as simple as cuddles and storytime.

Are your kink identities and ‘real life’ identities similar?
They are very similar. I tend to present myself very honestly in real life and in kink life so there aren’t any differences.

How do you participate in kink activities?
I used to attend a lot of kink events but lately its been a “private events and internet” kind of deal. I love playing publicly.

When did you first know you liked rope?
I knew I liked rope the first time I tried it, (in March of last year), but I decided it was one of my favourite things this month.

How does rope make you feel?
Blissy. Calm. Floaty. In short, it makes me feel… right.

How do different styles of rope make you feel?
Floor work makes me feel relaxed. Suspensions make me feel determined – the pain makes me grit my teeth and concentrate so I can make it through the pain. Once I make it through I feel this wonderful sense of peace that’s really unlike anything else.

What do you think is the most important part of a rope-scene for you?
The most important? It would be really difficult to pick a most important part. The very end, I suppose. I tend to feel a sense of connection that unlike any other, and I can sink down into the darkness and just relax.

What other styles of play are incorporated into your rope-play?
I usually play with rope in conjunction with impact and sensation play.

Who do you play with?
I have a partner that I play with, and a few friends that I often do scenes with.

What do you think is important to keep in mind, when picking a rope partner or partners?
Someone who is safe, someone who respects limits, someone skilled or willing to learn from their mistakes.

Have you ever had an incident in rope? Has anything ever gone wrong?
No, nothing has ever gone wrong before.

What would you want someone who knows nothing about rope to know about rope, and about you?
It is one of the most versatile things I’ve ever experienced. It can make you feel the widest range of emotions and it is just unbelievable.

Why did you want to be a part of this project?
I respect the hell out of your work. That’s why.


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