Using Labels to Figure Out Your Kink LB056

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  1. emilybarce says:

    Hey there y’all! My name Emily (if for some crazy reason you read this on air you can say my first name and the initial of my last. So… ‘Emily B.’). Anyways, I am 28 years old, and live in and born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska!
    Anywhoo! So I was just wondering where on YouTube I could find y’all.

    Thank you!!

    • Kayla Lords says:

      Welcome! Glad you found us here. ☺️

      We don’t publicize our YT channel. Any videos we make are unlisted and shared within specific groups in the community.

  2. Katelyn says:

    I was wondering if it’s ok for a Domme to set a rule that they must be addressed by a certain name. I’ve heard it both ways, that its not ok and labels can be rejected AND that it is ok to assert what you want to be called so I’m confused on what the truth really is.

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