January Seraph Professional Dominatrix and Mercurial Cunt

Dominatrix, BDSM/Fetish Star & Producer , Webmistress, Visionary with Wanderlust, Latexlust, and an obsession with high heels, subbie boys and hot girls.

"Man is the one who desires, woman the one who is desired. This is woman’s entire but decisive advantage. Through man’s passions, nature has given man into woman’s hands, and the woman who does not know how to make him her subject, her slave, her toy, and how to betray him with a smile in the end is not wise." -Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, Venus in Furs

Posted on Thursday, April 17th 2014

Reblogged from Jet Set Dominatrix

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Vanda, as Dunayev:"I am a pagan. I am a Greek. I love the ancients not for their pediments or their poetry, but because in their world Venus could love Paris one day and Anchises the next. Because they’re not the moderns, who live in their mind, and because they’re the opposite of Christians, who live on a cross. I don’t live in my mind, or on a cross. I live on this divan. In this dress. In these stockings and these shoes. I want to live the way Helen and Aspasia lived, not the twisted women of today, who are never happy and never give happiness. Who won’t admit that they want love without limit. Why should I forgo any possible pleasure, abstain from any sensual experience? I’m young, I’m rich, and I’m beautiful and I shall make the most of that. I shall deny myself nothing."  -David Ives, from Venus in Fur (play)

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Vanda, as Dunayev:
"I am a pagan. I am a Greek. I love the ancients not for their pediments or their poetry, but because in their world Venus could love Paris one day and Anchises the next. Because they’re not the moderns, who live in their mind, and because they’re the opposite of Christians, who live on a cross. I don’t live in my mind, or on a cross. I live on this divan. In this dress. In these stockings and these shoes. I want to live the way Helen and Aspasia lived, not the twisted women of today, who are never happy and never give happiness. Who won’t admit that they want love without limit. Why should I forgo any possible pleasure, abstain from any sensual experience? I’m young, I’m rich, and I’m beautiful and I shall make the most of that. I shall deny myself nothing." -David Ives, from Venus in Fur (play)

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Posted on Thursday, April 17th 2014

Reblogged from Jet Set Dominatrix

Source mistressjanuary.com

You must cut a tree in half in order to see the visible changes it has undergone over the years. The same procedure applies to humans. You have to bend and bleed and break first, before you can finally notice you’ve become different. That’s how maturity works. Pain, you see, is just an aspect of molting—of growing. Transformation never comes without an experience of it. Remember that, always.

things to take to heart, #20 (via uniquecole)

Posted on Thursday, April 17th 2014

Reblogged from scatterbrain