A Discourse on Violetwand Video

 

 

 Mistress Clarissa’s point in this video is that if she can take a violetwand, then so can anyone.  Anyone can take a violet wand, but boy don’t some people hate them!  Which, if you think about it, makes it even more fun to use on someone.  Sound quality is a little off on the video, as you hear the wand more than the dialogue.  But at least she’s not putting out bad information.  The only thing I would like to see, is something more than the same old ‘direct’ technique being used.  Or use of an interesting electrode, like one that has more visual and sensation oomph.  The mushroom electrode has a large surface area, so its output is milder than most others, even cranking up the wand.  Showing off the same Direct Technique keeps perception in the arena that THAT one single way is the only way to use a violet wand, and thus, not as interesting as it could be otherwise.  How exciting it would be for dominants to show the world what a violetwand can actually do.  Better yet, what about an informational video series?   

 

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THIS is the type of content I’m talking about, even though this next video has such poor graphic quality and its hard to decipher what is going on.  Miss Lilith is using a violet wand with needles.  (thanks for the doorway page to protect the kiddies, again.) Violet wand needleplay!  (still, the same mushroom electrode though).  Its an advanced technique, of course, but demonstrates just a fraction of what you can do with a violetwand with advanced techniques.  Needles!   Don’t just do a corset piercing.  Lace your corset piercing with shiny copper wire and take a violet wand to it.  You can get wire in all kinds of colors at craft stores; look in the jewelry making and beads sections.  Or use metallicized ribbon for the lacing..it conducts the voilet wand charge too.  Devious fun indeed.

 

Now, if we could get Mistress Clarissa’s video quality and charm coupled with Miss Lilith’s content showing some violet wand techniques that use a bit more expertise than the bottom-level basic, we’d be on the road to a very practical use for Youtube. 

 

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