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mistress

A woman who takes control and plays the dominant role in BDSM role-play and sexual activities.
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What's your unsolicited advice to mistresses? Leave him.
It was only in the '80s and '90s when mistresses started coming out.
So, does that mean that "Mistresses" fans will never find out the scoop on the new Karen Kim?
The royal wives and mistresses that Wellman analyzes (Agnes Sorel, Anne of Brittany, Diane de Poitiers, Catherine de Medici, Marguerite de Valois, and Gabrielle d'Estrees) all influenced public policies and perceptions of the monarchy as well as the monarch himself.
There are many labels for mistresses, the actress said, adding that it is also helpful for people to have a glimpse of their lives.
The majority of men spend 50.00-100.00 pounds on a present for their wives for Valentine's Day, but 200.00-300.00 pounds, more than double, on their mistresses.
But while mistresses are often reviled, Sarah said come the 14th, they would most likely be nursing their feelings, lonely and pining for a man who, in many cases, they often loved.
Qi Fang, police chief of Wusu, a small city in China's northwestern Xinjiang province, was removed from his post after it emerged he kept twin mistresses and found them jobs in the police force, the state-run Global Times reported.
I've been inundated with news about Tiger Woods and his mistresses and Jesse James and his mistresses.
A MUSLIM husband at the centre of a row in France over multiple marriages defended himself yesterday by claiming that keeping mistresses was the French way of life.
It is the intention of this paper to focus on the class chasm between these two parties, and thus, to hold as many other social factors as constant as possible; hence the paper will focus only on South Asian mistresses and South Asian servants; it will not be addressing the well-studied cases of immigrant servants in the attempt to single out discussion on the class issue and how this affects the domestic balance of power.