Basement Domination & Humiliation
Kara’s anthropology dissertation was rejected. She knew a paper arguing that women are superior to men would be controversial. Her arguments were clear; the data she collected impressive. Kara did not expect agreement. Only respect.
She was furious. Kara learned one professor convinced the others. He never returned from summer vacation.
His former student kidnapped him. Kara keeps him in the basement. She brings him upstairs to clean and cook. His mockery of students has been replaced by her taunts. Every day she reminds him that he is a woman’s slave, a woman’s inferior.
Kara forced him to memorize her paper. To recite it from memory. A lapse or stumble earned lashes. Then he learned to recite it backwards. Those early months of pain destroyed his arrogance. He has become an obsequious slave, eager to please his Domme Owner.
She found every negative review of his work. More memorization. Kara cracked his ego, killed his confidence in his thoughts and opinions.
Since stripping him of self-respect, she treats him like an idiot. Kara uses only simple words. Her tone suggests she thinks he is too stupid to understand.
She is violently impatient, scolding him for stupidity. Randomly she slaps him, calling him a fool.
Kara torments him with questions and answers.
“What are you?”
“A man, Mistress Kara.”
“What is a man?”
“Inferior scum, Mistress Kara.”
“What do men do?”
“Whatever women order, Mistress Kara.”
The questions vary. The answers are all statements of masculine inferiority.
When Kara is in a sadistic mood, there is a man downstairs to whip and torment.
Her slave always thanks her for pain. He does not enjoy it. But he knows women’s actions are always correct. Man must be always grateful.