Autism & parenting for the kinky-minded

Then one day he decided to experiment with more organic media.  He began using his own poo to paint with.  He painted the walls.  He painted the furniture.  He smeared it into the carpet and rubbed it all over his toys.  He even daubed it on himself, taking special delight (it seemed) in working it into his hair.  Now this is pretty normal, right?  At least, that's what the pediatrician, other parents, etc and so on would assure me when I mentioned it.


But my son?  He did this not once or twice but three or four times a day.


EVERY day.


For about SIX MONTHS.


I spent hours every day literally scrubbing the shit out of things.  Ever tried to get half-dried poop out from between the prongs of a lego?  I recommend avoiding it if at all possible.


This was before we even knew about his autism, which wasn't diagnosed until he entered first grade.  And yet, somehow, I managed NOT to murder anybody.  There have been other rough times, and I'm sure will be more to come, but that was certainly the {ahem} crappiest.


In my life as a domme I've been approached by lots of guys with ass fixations.  A fair few of these have fantasies of being turned into my "human toilet". But after this sort of life experience I'm sure you can understand why anything to do with scat is a firm limit of mine.


Got kinky questions?  Write to me at [email protected]

April is autism awareness month.  In recognition of this I want to say a few words about what it's like to live with autism.

You see, I'm not just a dominatrix, I'm also a soccer mom.  (Literally - I wrote parts of this while sitting on the sidelines at my daughter's soccer practice.)  And one of my children has Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism.

My son (aka aspie boy) will be eleven in a few months but once upon a time he was a wee lad of three or four years old.  And at that tender age he was a dedicated artist, decorating any surface he could reach with any sort of writing or coloring implement he could find.  With his determination (and monkey-like climbing skills) he even managed to extend his artworks all the way up to the ceiling in his bedroom.

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