Sunday, 4 November 2012

Asking for a favor...

I don't want to bore you and I know you are reading this blog more for kinky stuff than for sad news that you get in the media every day, but I just spoke to some friends on the East-Coast, luckily they are all OK, not everybody is though. There are also countries who don't have disaster relief, to be honest, I don't care which nationality somebody is, if they need help they need help. Where you happen to be born is something you had no choice, it's where your parents lived, or your grandparents moved to...

I'm for one am grateful that I am in the warm, with computer access, a home, food in the fridge... Maybe you are too? Would you please help the people who got hit by the storm?


I'm seriously pissed off by assholes on MF sabotaging every thread about disaster relief and such with their own political agenda or personal grudges, I guess if you try hard enough you can see something awful in everything. I'm just pissed off that they distract others from actually helping, but hey, assholes will always be assholes!

I wish I could afford to give more to the Red Cross, but I've honestly given what I could afford, I'm currently busy decluttering my wardrobe and putting stuff up on ebay with the proceeds going to the Red Cross. I just feel really horrible having so much stuff that I don't even wear when others have lost homes and don't know how to feed their kids!

If you do need motivation to help those who are seriously affected by Sandy, I can offer you phone sessions on Skype, access to my private gallery on flickr (tons of shots of me in fetish wear), if you get off on me pretending I'm a financial domme, heck, then I command you to send a tribute to a charity who works with disaster victims. I don't want proof, I trust you, you can email me on the google mail that belongs to this blog.

I promise I will be back to kinky things and stuff soon, it's just watching TV and seeing the disaster everywhere is sickening...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/nov/04/sandy-toll-elderly-evacuate

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/nov/02/hurricane-sandy-hit-caribbean-media