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50 Shades of Spray


Don't you hate it when brain damage from a car accident destroys your inhibitions and turns you into a slutty dominatrix? If that sounds contrived, consider this.
A star Canadian student who turned into an impulsive sex-mad dominatrix after suffering brain trauma in a horrific car crash has been awarded $1.5 million in damages.
Alissa Afonina was in the top two per cent of her class and dreamt of becoming a filmmaker before the horrendous August 2008 smash, according to the National Post.
But after the incident, the Grade 11 pupil from Burnaby, British Columbia, suddenly lost control over her impulses and found it difficult to finish tasks.
The former star student was reportedly left with brain trauma after the incident, altering her personality and leading her to became a dominatrix.
She also become isolated, started having outbursts and repeatedly made inappropriate sexual comments. 
As professions go, one could do worse than becoming a dominatrix. Many do not have any sex with clients and the hourly rates can make lawyer's fees seem quaint by comparison. But as anyone who has experimented with mind-altering substances can tell you, "who we are" is a precarious balance of electro-chemical hardware and software that is incredibly vulnerable to the slightest perturbations.  

Have a safe and happy weekend everyone! Stay warm! Cheers!


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  1. Vulnerable indeed. Well said GW. Here's to opening your mind and exploring what you thought were your limits (consensually and discretely, of course).

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  2. Did you post this as an accomodation to the anonymous (and alarmingly frequent) commenter who complains that the blog is too gay and who researches gay STD statistics at his desk?

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  3. RE: That guy

    I'm not the Ayn Rand fan that I used to be but I still love these lines from The Fountainhead.

    Ellsworth Toohey
    "Mr. Roark, we’re alone here. Why don’t you tell me what you think of me? In any words you wish. No one will hear us."

    Howard Roark
    "But I don’t think of you."

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  4. " . . .suddenly lost control over her impulses and found it difficult to finish tasks." For a dominatrix, this is dangerous. Imagine being her client chained to a wall with a foreign object in every orifice of your body dressed up like Marilyn Monroe and she decides to go to the Keys for the weekend. OUCH!!

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