Onward now, we can get back to my prior discussions on BDSM and D/s in Second Life.


I am sure, there will be some in a sim I was recently on, that will wonder where I went and why. Well, I wont get into it, except to say, I was banned by it for blogs I wrote about another sim. Now that is fine and I have no objection to it, they have, this right, to do so.

Never will I argue with someone in the right. Yet, it does make me wonder just how tight and why these D/s BDSM hang onto one another, when one drags the rest down with it.

That said, let’s move on in life, for writing is what I do, and I do write about many subjects and books and poems too. As I said before, some subjects are dear to my heart and others are not.

First and foremost, life is ongoing and we have too short a time to hang on one thing or one subject for too long. The world is in trouble from coronavirus and Trump and nuclear weapons and climate change too. So Second Life is not my primary thing to worry about in life. I have a wife with cancer and myself in real life to care for first and foremost. So Second Life will always be just a place to go for music and to role play and play games period. It is not real folks, and many use it as a crutch to survive reality, I don’t.

Soon, I shall be writing more, books, poems, maybe stories and blogs I am sure. It is me, it is what I do, I don’t need anything in Second Life, just fun.

As to Second Life and my blogs, I write about what I experience in it for fun and to make a point, it’s not reality in anyway, just a virtual world for fun and games and that’s the point in general. Will I be attacking any sims in Second Life, in the BDSM D/s area of the Adult Section? NO, not except for the one I have already, why, because disrespect is not the way to treat anyone.

Each day, information pours forth about people and sims built in Second Life, their purposes, or styles and what their intentions are, so I look and listen and write about it all. Some I have dabbled in and even joined as a member and then ended up out of either by choice or because I write my blogs. It’s ok, for Second Life is just a virtual world, a game and that’s it. Anyone who takes it more serious then that, well just has a problem is all. Just click the x in the upper right corner and it’s gone that easy.

Onward now, we can get back to my prior discussions on BDSM and D/s in Second Life. many of these sims built for the purpose of either education or teaching of this lifestyle rely upon a book/ movie, called the Story of O. Let’s look at it and understand more is what I say.

The Story of O, an erotic novel by Anne Desclos, first published in French (Histoire d’O, 1954) under the pen name Pauline Reage, itself a pen name for Dominique Aury, a French writer and translator who was a respected member of the literary establishment but who gained her greatest fame in 1994 when it was confirmed that she was the author, under the pseudonym of “Réage,” of this erotic best-seller. It was then revealed that Aury was in fact yet another pseudonym for Desclos. The French government brought charges of obscenity against the book’s publisher in 1955, and a ban on publicizing the book or selling it to minors lasted until 1967. The controversial work has been frequently criticized by feminists as a glorification of the abuse of women. The protagonist’s name “O,” in the opinion of many, reflects (among other things) the objectification of women.

SUMMARY: “Réage”—a name invented specifically for The Story of O—was apparently told by her lover, the literary publisher Jean Paulhan, who was an admirer of the sadistic Marquis de Sade, that no woman could ever write an erotic novel. The Story of O was her response. This work, one of the most thorough and challenging ripostes ever made in a lovers’ quarrel, is distinguished less by its plot-about a beautiful fashion photographer called O who is forced to become a sex slave to a secret society of men and who is beaten and branded and eventually coaxed into enticing other women to become sex slaves—than by the manner of its prose, in particular the control exercised by Desclos in her depiction of O’s private musings and reflections during and after her submission to acts of torture and humiliation.

The intense erotic effect is achieved by a kind of mismatch between language and psychological content. If the language were made to imitate the full violence of O’s mental and physical suffering, it would often be shattered and reduced to an incoherent scream. Instead, the prose is constrained by Desclos and proceeds unruffled and at an unvarying pace through a series of degraded sexual episodes, leading eventually to the disappearance of O behind yet another mask, that of an owl. The most tightly fitted mask is style itself.

The Story of O is a shocking novel and at the same time a masterfully boring one. The deep erotic joy of suffering, it tells us, is rooted in the terror of boredom.

Now the above is all about Story of O, and not written by me, but can be found on the internet at numerous locations and websites. A few facts to mention here and now that are not included fully or clearly in the above. The author wrote said story for one reason and one reason only, to keep a lover who was married from leaving her, to hang on to him as long as she could. It is a story generated and written with just that purpose in mind and is a work of the imagination. At no time was it ever intended by The Author, to be used a guidline, or program for training submissives online in Second Life. Yet, people have taken it that way, and use it that way, and in the end, use it to control female submissives and train men to be Dominants. While it is a common scheme and act in these adult sims of Second Life to do this, those who do it, are really using these women, to fulfill their own sexual fantasies is all, in text in Second Life.

The Story of O has two endings for a reason folks. The Author made sure to point both possibilities out, for good reason.

While Second Life shall not stop this practice at anytime, because it helps to keep their Second Life Program going and profitable, is it right to have it happening, on the Internet which is public to the world in all ways? This is just one question that needs answered by Second Life and Linden Labs and the new Owners of Second Life also. As I see it, at some point, a individual can involve legal authorities in an investigation into said practices. Sadly, it seems, Second Life and Linden Labs have failed to look into certain practices like this.

I left or was banned from a sim called Austin Island run by and owned by Ratzu Darkstone, after I got angry one day and upset over personal matters and over attacks by people on his sim. When I approached a senior member of his sim for an interview I had to do, I was told not to disparish the member of said sim to other members and told to let it go.

Upon that decision and at that point I had more than one thing going on in my life. I had fought to almost completing Tyro-Master on the sim in question, minus three small steps. But I had also and have also been dealing with the cancer my wife suffers from, at home. I reached a boiling point at that time and while standing in the sim, I called out the Member who told me to stop talking about others publically and then asked to be placed in Alumni status, it was granted quickly.

That was fine until a female member asked me to try to come back and return as a Dom candidate instead of a Master one. When I applied to return to full status, I knew I was in trouble, first it was only 12 hours later, and secondly, Ratzu Darkstone was immediately concerned and resistant to that happening. At that point, I had filed to return as the female asked me to, on the basis of trying to complete the program. But, Ratzu did not budge period, saying, I broke trust.

I stayed in Alumni status from April 14th, to July 9th in Austin, visiting the sim for dances and to sit and chat with people. When I awoke on July 10th, and logged into Second lIfe online, I was noticed by way of Instant Message I was banned from Austin Island By Ratzu Darkstone the owner. what occurred on July 9th, was a discussion about the poly lifestyle of BDSM/ D/s and started by a female member. She stated she did not believe in multiple partners and believed in one on one relationships. I agreed and had said. I don’t like multiply partners either and I don’t believe in harems.

Now what excuse was given for banning me by Ratzu Darkstone on July 10th was, as he put it, I scared the girls of Austin. They had been saying so for a while, false. Never scared any of them. The fact is I only did what was required of me for the assignments given to me with the girls of Austin period. With the exception of two girls who I had fun with on the side within the rules of Austin. This angered me because it was a lie and a false statement by Ratzu Darkstone and showed utter disrespect of me, for he didn’t have the gall or balls to ask me personally or tell me so I could correct it, if I did. He had given others chances before me at numerous times and refused to do the same for me. So, that was it for Austin Island and Ratzu Darkstones lil world, than I wrote my first blog and he read it. I refused to take it down and he hated it all. That began my blog writing in earnest. Then all the readers came.

Then, Ratzu Darkstone decided he didn’t like the blogs and decided to file a complaint with Second Life/ Linden Labs regarding me, calling it harrassment, and theft of his intellectual property. I never harassed him in Second Life period and secondly never stole any property from him or his sim, all information I used in my blogs was freely given to me by him, of his own volition, can’t steal what is given to you, can you? He got with some land owner who also owns the land a club I was Djing at and pressured them to force me to take down my blogs or fire me as a DJ. I did take down the blogs at the request of the sim I Djed on, because it was about to affect them. So, I now, went back to writing blogs, period.

Seems the blog writing is following me around Second Life and I am being not allowed in BDSM/D/s Lifestyle sims now, due to them. So my question is this, why when what I wrote does not mention any other sim or person in Second Life? Any other BDSM or D/s sim I entered I have been respectful and nice to all and polite, yet in less than 24 hours later, I get booted or banned. Why?

I can’t answer the above questions, but I can continue to be me and write my blogs. More will be coming regarding Ratzu Darkstone and his ways in Second Life and Austin Island. as to any other sim I entered regarding BDSM and D/s in Second Life, I have no objection to them in anyway or what they do or how they do it. I can’t blame the people who own the sims, who ban me or won’t let me enter their programs, for they are listening to it all and wondering will I attack them too, I won’t, they didn’t disrespect me, in anyway.

I believe in D/s BDSM, I believe it should be of free will and choice of those who participate in it fully. I also believe no woman should be forced to kneel or behave in a way in which she is not making a consentable, knowledgeable decision to do. It is one thing to be into BDSM D/s, it is another to force it, coerce someone into it, or to try to convince someone against their beliefs or will. That’s not what the lifestyle is about.

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