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Point of View

Posted: Wed Jul 13, 2016 1:39 am
by Protero
All day, Lynne has been in a mood where I can tell she wanted to inflict some pain.  This "symptom" typically manifests itself with biting of my ears and scratching of my face with her nails.   Since we finished the facesitting, my face was warmed up.  My nose was already sore, my eyes were already watering, and my cheeks were roughed up from the friction of being under her.  I considered that she might need to get some more of her pent up energy out, so we decided to do a bit of face trampling.  I suggested to her that we try a bit of POV.  I had to explain to her what that was.  After she understood, we went for it.

She began by standing on my face and chest.  After she got on, my mind went into survival mode and I started to wonder if this was such a good idea.  When Lynne tramples, she zones out and doesn't really worry about me.  She enjoys herself and does what she wants.  I have tried to stop her before and it is futile.  The best I could do (if I tried) is to pick her up off my face.  But as experience has shown me, she doesn't accept that and just gets back on.  Both feet, on my face.   I am learning though.  Learning to breath, learning to suffer, learning to take it because she wants to give it.  She knows it hurts me and she enjoys pushing me to the edge.  Putting that fear in my mind.  Having that power of someone afraid of you.  It is intoxicating to her and it comes out when she tramples.  I can feel it, and I hope you can see it in the video.

This video is also one of our first attempts at giving you a POV of Lynne trampling.  There are some rather shaky transitions, but we do our best.  I try to show you what it looks like from my position and Lynne tries to give you a view down so that you can picture yourself under her feet.  She has no mercy when she stands on my/your face.  My face becomes completely distorted under her feet.  There was one point where I thought she was going to break my nose.  It took everything I had not to cry out and try to lift her off.  I tried to alleviate some of the pain and pressure by lifting my jaw, but that didn't work as well as I wanted.  My jaw was already quite tired from the facesitting so I had little resistance to her feet and weight.  If you are anything like me, you will love the view of looking up at her.  Her legs have a nice shape and she has some good curves that can make you feel rather small under her.

Hope you are able to enjoy the video even with our transitions  If it turns out to not be too good, we'll try to think of an alternative.  Lynne suggested a second camera, so maybe we'll pick one up.

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