Technology & Dating


DATE: July 19, 2022, 12:22 p.m.

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  7. She was in a DD/spanking relationship three years ago but he moved to the States and all he left her was his paddle – and his dirty shorts in a corner. This paddle is now covered with cobwebs and she longs for the day when it can be used on her.
  8. This vibrant woman is well educated and has a Master's Degree in Backtalk. She majored in Stubbornness and failed miserably, but talking back is what she excelled in.
  9. Her name is Tess and she lives in Florida. She is a redhead, and besides the discipline she needs, she also needs a man with humour. Tess is a non-smoker and rarely touches a drink... unless it has vodka in it. She loves watching hockey, The Sopranos, loves American politics, and still quotes Seinfeld – not that there's anything wrong with that....
  10. Tess makes a mean Lean Cuisine and her peanut butter sandwiches are to die for. She always has said that she would relocate if she found that special man who wants to share her interests and have a healthy long-term Taken In Hand relationship.
  11. So if you are a man who thinks a belt is for only holding up your pants, then Tess might have to teach you a thing or two. But if you are a dominant (not domineering) man who might be the one to ‘Tame Tess’ please email her.
  12. And she is hoping to live happily ever after.
  13. This profile was paid for by the Bush/Tush Campaign for women who need and crave discipline in their lives
  14. Tess
  15. General comments are welcome but to reply personally please write to Tess at rather than leaving a comment for everyone to read. (Note that you will need to add an -at- sign if you copy and paste this email address.)
  16. The first time I looked at Taken In Hand, I really wasn't sure there was anything here for me – but something had hooked me, and the more I read, the more I realised my initial assumptions were mistaken.
  17. So, to summarise what I've picked up from this site:
  18. Most people here think that each relationship is different, that the dynamics are different, and that what works for one may kill another.

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