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Madam Tsigane Tyrdor

Published July 12th 2013
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“You’re it” is an erotic story that takes place in a protocol-heavy M/s household. M/s is a subcategory of BDSM, and it stands for Master/slave. It is a story with a timeline, characters, and some form of activity between the beginning and end. It’sMore“You’re it” is an erotic story that takes place in a protocol-heavy M/s household. M/s is a subcategory of BDSM, and it stands for Master/slave. It is a story with a timeline, characters, and some form of activity between the beginning and end. It’s written by someone who is in the M/s lifestyle.M/s has it’s own symbols and in jokes, just like any other tangent of a subculture, and one of the big M/s norm for written work is the traditional M/s way of capitalizing words referring back to a Master, Madam, or slave.Masters, including female Masters (who generally prefer to be called Madams or Mistresses) have an emotional need for authority. One way that need is shown in print, is in the use of capital letters for words, especially pronouns and personal pronouns (i.e. My, Hers, Himself).S/switches have mixed capitalization, depending on whether or not they are in dominant or submissive mode. This means that any switch in this story will be written with whatever capitalization that matches the role he or she is displaying at the moment.Some switches prefer to follow English standard rules on capitalization, i.e., capitalize the word ‘I’, but use lower case for the word ‘me’, etc. This standard has been followed, to some degree, during the times in the story when it seemed appropriate to do so.slaves, both male and female, have their names and personal pronouns begun with lowercase letters (i, me, she, it, him, carrie, joe) even if the beginning of a sentence starts with a slave-word.This M/s story follows all the normal M/s capitalization rules, except for proper names.If a slave’s name is ‘carrie’, she will be refereed to in this story as ‘Carrie’. The Author, a Madam Herself, claims that it is Her right as a Dominant writer to make this judgment call on proper names, and that we should remember that disagreeing with Madam is a breach of protocol, before we decide to challenge Her Will on this.WARNING: This story contains elements of ruined-fetish violation play, and man-on-man homoerotica. If either of these things causes trauma or a negative reaction for you, please stop reading this story now.