Welcome to the A to Z Challenge 2023!
Warning: This is a kinky blog for adults only! We will be addressing topics of BDSM in our fictional posts!
Jayden is back this week with a new story! If you haven’t read our other stories, that’s totally fine. This is a great place to start! We’re writing about resilient submissives on our kinky blog.
Content warning: This one has some golden showers play, so be prepared (or come back next week for something different!)
NO. No, no, no, no, no. That is not natural, nor nice, nor neighborly.
Nora sighed and resigned herself to the task she had been given. Her Master liked to challenge her, but she was always up for a challenge. Or at least, almost always. Now wasn’t the best time. She had been tasked with peeing on her neighbor’s lawn. Or, to be more specific, near her neighbor’s lawn. Her Master tried to be respectful of others, of course.
Now she had to figure out how to make it happen without getting caught. That would be the real trick of it. But she was resilient and she would make it work. She thought about getting up in the middle of the night, but that seemed almost worse. If someone saw her tramping around in the yard in the middle of the night, they were more likely to call the police, and that would be a terrible thing. But if she went right after dark, it was still not totally weird to be out in the yard. She certainly couldn’t do it during the day when others would be more likely to be up and around.
Nora had to complete her task by the following morning, so she didn’t have a lot of time to think about it. She decided 10 pm would be the right time. As the clock ticked on, she felt her nerves mounting. What if she got caught? What would she say? Her toilet was broken and she had no choice? She would just play dumb. But hopefully she wouldn’t get caught. She had already picked out her outfit. It was a dress with a short skirt, and it was soft and flowy. She would be able to wear it without panties, and that would help. At least she wouldn’t be exposing her body to the outside air. She slipped on a pair of flip flops and opened the door at 9:59. It was now or never, she told herself. Her heart pounded in her chest as she stepped outside into the chilly October air.