This is the season for many people to gather together to celebrate various Holiday related things. So it was no surprise that we were invited to a gathering of friends a couple of nights ago. This gathering had noting to do with Female Led Relationships (FLR) but was a group of technically related people.
Many of the men in the group gravitated together to 'talk tech' leaving some of the women to gather in a corner of the room on a rather comfortable looking couch. Cora later related that the conversation drifted towards speaking of the men in their life.
Cora the 'FLR Ambassador'
As happens at many of these 'parties', alcohol is served. This gathering was no exception and while I kept my consumption at a minimum as I was the 'designated driver', the Ladies apparently were indulging. So I am guessing they had less inhibitions than normal.
Somehow the subject of one of the husband's misbehavior came up. Naturally, Cora mentioned that she had the solution: her 'WAD's'. "Uh, what's a WAD?", asked one of the women. "Why, that's my 'Weapon of Ass Destruction", she replied. "You actually use those?", another one asked. "Of course, and the results are magnificent", she replied.
Cora and one of Her WAD's
As our involvement in this group involved previous activities that were hosted at our home, some of the women involved in the discussion had actually seen 'Cora's Rack'. Mostly they ignored it probably not wanting to really know about it at those times. However, with an all female group plus a little loosening up from the beverages, the discussion got a little deeper. Questions were asked and Cora was able to respond, with 'first hand' experiences.
Later, Cora shared with me that all the women were fascinated by the concept and none found it offensive. I think many of them saw the benefits.
Cora Showing Her WAD Style
So we will probably never know how many of these women take up the spanking of their husbands but at least they were given the opportunity of thinking about it. I know that many couples keep their FLR a deeply guarded secret but we tend to wear our FLR proudly 'on our sleeves'. Why not bring it out into the open and share our lifestyles with those that might be interested?
For me, I wouldn't change a thing and my love of Cora keeps increasing every day, especially when she performs as an Ambassador for our FLR 'cause'.