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Victoria  for Bunnies Unbound: Before the Transformation

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Tell me a little about yourself outside of kink. What do you do day to day?
Outside of kink I nanny, I work at a newsagency… I am a giant hodge-podge of things. I love my 50′s and early 60′s clothing, and I wish I could make more art.

Tell me a little about yourself inside kink.
I’m a switch, like a light switch with three settings: everyday, bottom and top. Once I’m in one mode like top or bottom it’s hard to switch back to the others. I love rope, I love hitty things, um, yeah… I like to think I’m a princess who simply needs to be reminded of her everyday place through tough love *laughs*

How does rope make you feel?
Rope is an extension of my being. Rope is safe, and a giant embrace around all of my physical and mental being. It is loss of control with someone who will absolutely take care or you while you are theirs.

How do you play with rope?
I love to fight, I love to be a brat with some people. I also like to be completely submissive, again depending on the person. I love rope for the restraint and the aesthetic qualities.

What is it like after a rope-session?
After a rope session is like a warm cloud of beautiful feelings. There are cuddles and if you’re lucky kisses with the person who tied you. It reminds me they still like me even without the rope.

What do you think is the most important part of a rope-scene for you?
The most important part of a rope scene for me is the connection between partners. This is someone you need to trust both ways, making sure the tie-er is being safe and the tie-ee can still communicate.

Who do you play with?
I have one long-term relationship and a few other casual rope tie-ers. For me it’s important to know that they’re safe and will listen to me. I like to see them tie with my own eyes and to be tied for the first time by them in a safe place with people around. Honestly, if your gut says no, DON’T.

Why did you want to be a part of this project?
It’s supporting a fellow creative in the Brisbane art scene, which everyone knows needs way more loving than it actually gets.


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