It's quite true, mouse lurks on more blogs that she could ever comment on. On LOL8 Day someone left a comment on our blog, and then removed it. They removed it once it was published. Now, sometimes when people remove a comment it's because they notice some glaringly apparent spelling error or something along those lines. They'll leave a replacement comment. This person didn't.
It wasn't surprising to mouse at all they might have chosen to do that and mouse suspects they stick to more DD or Spanking blogs in general and left a hasty comment because it was LOL day, possibly venturing here from elsewhere where mouse appears in the blogroll. In fact, it's quite possible after reading more about mouse and her life...were frankly aghast and couldn't wait to remove the comment.
While we do spank, and we do have a DD styled dynamic we aren't those things exclusively and witnessing a power exchange dynamic such as ours can be shocking to those who aren't used to seeing it.
Honestly our issues are quite similar, because mouse is often afraid or uncertain to comment on DD or Spanking blogs because our dynamic and the way we live is so vastly different. First, we have the 3rd person speak that mouse does...and then the whole way we live. It might be fascinating for lurkers to read here all about it, but would they want mouse to venture into their neck of the woods, thanking them for commenting?? While some are very inclusive mouse also worries what their readers would think, the people commenting.
So, really no hard feelings to the person who erased their comment because this gave a reason to explain a bit why she might lurk but not comment on some people's blogs. Even yesterday mouse left a comment on a blog and wondered later if she should have done that. Was it opening mouse up to criticism, perhaps not from the blog owner, but maybe from their readers. Blogging is a fluid thing.
Leave a comment on one blog, and someone else reads it and ventures into your corner of the world...That's pretty much how it works. There's not a lot of worry from the person who google searches "Power Exchange Dynamic" or words along those lines and our blog pops up -- they have an idea of what they're looking for. When they just stumble into it by clicking on mouse's profile...well...That's completely different.
Now, there are people who might say, screw that, if they don't like it don't read it...But mouse isn't like that and certainly doesn't force anyone to accidentally happen upon something they might find offensive. Intense submission is something that people can find offensive -- women just aren't supposed to be that way today and mouse completely thanks the feminists who blazed trails before her. From the Suffragettes, to the bra burners -- seriously mouse thanks you.
Sure, they didn't have mouse in mind, choosing to be subjugated by her Husband/Master but they didn't just fight for the vote, they were fighting for women to have options that went far beyond what they had in years past