The hows and the whys are not so important, but for an hour, Kasai did nothing but experience waves on top of waves of orgasms – it was a tsunamigasm. My hands wrapped tightly around her neck, I wouldn’t let her go. I wouldn’t stop.
What is important to consider and think about though, is the time after our scene. I held her tightly and caressed her body – talking softly to her. Her breathing was erratic – her heartbeat well over 100 bpm. I directed her to take deep breathes, which helped both.
When her breathing was under control, I continued to hold her. After about 20 minutes, Kasai wanted to get up, so I wrapped her in her thick bath robe so she could continue to warm up. I helped her walk downstairs for a few minutes, and then carried her upstairs. She was still cold, and I laid down next to her to warm her up.
I continued to talk to her softly and warmly.
It took about an hour for her to come down. I wanted to share this for a couple reasons. In vanilla sex, aftercare is meaningless and never happens. In D/s, it’s paramount. A sub goes through so many ranges of emotions, and their body is flooded with intensity. There is a powerful and spiritual connection that doesn’t end simply because of a climax.
Aftercare is such an important element. It is equally as powerful as the rest of the scene. I enjoy holding Kasai, she is still in such a fragile state, and feeling her in my arms as she regains herself gives us a very intimate moment – one filled with both Dominance – and submission.