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I’ve been asked by the lovely and talented Girl on the Net to participate in a daisy chain interview thing over at Cliterati. While I don’t usually participate in such things, I fucking love GoTN, so I couldn’t say no. (You can read GoTN’s interview here).describe me

One of GoTN’s questions is: “How would you describe your site in two sentences or less?”

While brevity isn’t one of my strengths, this should be a fairly easy question to answer. I mean, I’ve written nearly 600 posts here since I started in 2011, so I should be able to say what it’s about…

But I’m struggling, so I’m cheating and asking for help.

How would you describe what’s here at Dumb Domme in two sentences? (or less)

For the record, I’m not fishing for compliments (not at the moment, at least). What I’m hoping is that you all might have some ideas or suggestions for an honest description of what’s here — the topics, the approach, the writing, all of it — a very brief description that’s representative of what I do on DumbDomme.com.

If you have an idea or suggestion for me (or better yet, sample language I can steal borrow), please leave it in the comments.

Thanks in advance, reader-friends. :)

  18 Responses to “what is this thing?”

  1. Your site is a bald-faced honest approach to being a female top in the (primarily) male-dominant world of kink. You don’t pull punches, you call people out when they’re jerks, and you’re so fucking honest at times that it hurts. You let us see you bleed–and you always entertain. I don’t think there’s anyone on the net who writes like you.

    nilla

    • Nilla, not gonna lie, when I read this the first time I teared up a little. Thank you for this – it’s lovely and I am more than honored that you would say such things. :)

  2. To me, DumbDomme is like the secret entrance into your own private Idaho, where you share your adventures in self discovery with us. It’s where we get to see fantasy meet reality and the mundane meet the extraordinary, all from your unique perspective.

    Granted, it’s not especially brief, but that’s just how I see it.

  3. A view from the mountain peak of the feminine.
    Oh, and with a little addition of raw humor.

  4. Dumb Domme is a oxymoron. There is nothing Dumb about it. DD is a wonderful, powerful Knowing Woman, who is not afraid to tell it like it is or should be. She speaks from her heart and knowledge. She gives til it hurts.
    For sure DD is NOT dumb but sensitive and kind and giving.

  5. I’d say Dumb Domme is brutal honesty, sprinkled with a dash of sarcasm. Then topped off with moments of self-deprecating, but often gut busting humor.

    I give it 2 thumbs up,
    Madden

  6. Haha, I admire your dedication to shameless cheating =)
    (it’s probably not cheating, tbh, and I’m a bit jealous that I didn’t think of it)

  7. Honestly, I really suck at this kind of thing. However, what is DumbDomme to me?

    Dumbdomme is the raw and uncensored image of a Female Dominant’s journey through life, love, pain, and self-discovery. It’s a mixture of Wanda Sykes and Ellen Degenres dressed in a corset and heels and possessing a bite that leaves you painfully hurting for more. :)

    Sorry can’t be more help.

    Respectfully,
    Mysticlez

    • Dumbdomme is the raw and uncensored image of a Female Dominant’s journey through life, love, pain, and self-discovery

      This was really helpful, Mystic. :) It’s a description that’s more straightforward, Which is what I attempted to write myself.

      It’s a mixture of Wanda Sykes and Ellen Degenres dressed in a corset

      I’m not sure what I love about this more – the fact that I’m a combination of two kick ass lesbian comics, or that you stuck two women who don’t seem like structural undergarment types into full-blown corsets. I’ve got a mental image that isn’t pretty… But it’s hilarious :)

  8. Sort of a domme reality blog with personality. And what a personality. Brilliant, snarky, stunning.

  9. DumbDomme: very not dumb very Domme. Witty authenticity wrapping around tenderness generating insight and laughter on relationships, d/s, and life without crass generalisations or platitudes.

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