Wow, 2013! It’s been one year of serious and regular updating and I can say that it’s been a more than successful experiment: 40K visits, of which 28K of you were unique hits!
When I started OMissPearl, it was just as a repository for my writing, mostly created to deal with the lack of general control and exposure on Fetlife’s “writing” section. Since that time I’ve been proud to participate in a community wide dialogue between kinky folk all around the world, as well as getting some very touching feedback.
Of the course of last year I’ve gone through some pretty major life upheavals as well. In January 2013 I ended a six year relationship, a hard choice but the right one for me. in May 2013 I got a visit from Strong– although the relationship we developed didn’t last, I’ll always remember the place he had in my life fondly- then, for year end I gave things another shot, and you guys have been patiently following along with me developing something new with Wildcard.
Top Content at OMissPearl:
- While the general category of Femdom Stories are above and beyond what you came here to read. While Catamite remains a perennial favourite, it’s the short story “Humiliate Me?” that got the bulk of the hits.
- On the other hand, the other big draw on the non-fiction side was my attempt to answer the question: Where is the 50Shades of Femdom?
- I’m also particularly proud of the adventure we had in august with FemmeDomme Society. What began as a simple review of their “educational” content blossomed into a foray into investigative journalism and revealed a history of fraud at the heart of their web property.
- Other popular favourites include How To Meet and Get Along With Dominant Women and Why I Make A Big Deal Out Of Not Being A Pro Femdom. If you’re single, male and looking, you probably also need to read The Big Mistake Even Good Submissive Men Make When Looking For a Femdom. If you’re too depressed after reading that or just enjoying my silly cartoons, you might also like a peek at me at a play party.
And here’s looking forward to another great year of writing and reading in 2014!