One recalls a posting a year or two ago on the Dominity site, connected to OWK, by a distinguished Lady of London calling Herself Madame Steele. It was Her pleasure to torment hubby, Her cuckolded mate, in various ingenious and diabolical ways.
One of those involved sending hubby to the garden to gather exactly 13 wasps in a plastic bag. The wasps were pushed down to the closed end of the bag, and tied off with a wire-twist. The upper end of the bag was attached firmly around hubby’s cock and balls as he was in a vertical restraint rack. Then Madame Steele untied the wire-twist separating the wasps from hubby’s privates.
If the insects did not begin stinging soon enough for Her amusement, Madame simply whacked the sides of the clear plastic back with Her crop a few times to anger the wasps.
She was then able to watch them sting Her slave husband’s most sensitive parts, and enjoy the stirring music of hubby’s howling screams of agony. After a while, the oxygen in the sealed bag would deplete and the wasps would die, stinging repeatedly in their death throes (one imagines that this would be a matter of hours, although Madame did not report this statistic). Eventually, of course, She would free hubby to remove and dispose of the dead wasps, after a ritual offering of gratitude and renewed submission. However, the stings would last for days to remind the wretched male of Madame’s delight in causing such exquisite pain.
Alas, the site seems to have disintegrated and Madame Steele disappeared. This unworthy bootlicker sincerely thanks Madame Steele — wherever She may be — for sharing Her delight in devising debasement for hubby, and wishes Her continued happiness and good health, plus the perpetual pleasure of prescribing pain for Her lucky submissive.
The website is still on the web, but the 7-acre property in the Czech Republic is on the market, or may have been sold.
Three of the Other World Kingdom’s main attractions, Mme Christine, Lady Asmodena and Mme Sarka, are still in operation, with Their own internet sites and assorted films on tap via YouTube, Xhamster and other video sites. (If there are other Alumnae still in play, this reporter apologizes most profusely, cyberlicking Their feet in contrition.)
there has been speculation about the fate of the Woman Who founded the OWK and became Queen Patricia I, Mark Hay writing online in GOOD (http://magazine.good.is/features/other-world-kingdom-bdsm-femdom-micronation) suggests She vanished into the mist. The Lady’s real name is Patricia de Gifford. She is, or was, an Englishwoman with a large fortune, and spent an estimated two or three million pounds buying,
refurbishing and furnishing an abandoned castle in Czerny, not far from Prague.
In photographs released by OWK, Patricia never showed Her face. However, She is still listed on Amazon as author of several books about OWK and Female Domination. Amazon lists all Her book as “out of stock” and has no biographical information. Hay, in his GOOD essay, charges that the Queen ran OWK into the ground with a domination that overdid too many factors.
The Kingdom was registered as an hotel on municipal records, and widely recognized as one of 400 or so “micronations” around the world. The website continues to proclaim sales and lists current updates, but I have no idea whether this is valid.
As OWK spiraled, Madame Gabrielle tried to organize The Femdom Republic, selling shares for about $350 to purchase the property — presumably from Patricia de Gifford, although there are dark rumors that She had backers from behind the Iron Curtain. The effort failed, though about a dozen investors apparently did buy in.
Hay’s account indicates that many of the Ladies at the OWK were models, or just gorgeous Czech girls, recruited like a Disneyland “cast,” trained superficially in de Gifford’s Femdom style and put to work making films. There were, or course, quite a few genuine Dommes, including visitors from all over, Who led the effort.
As many noted along the way, there were defections from time to time. The trend apparently caught up at the end, along with the evident financial crisis.
Will someone else pick up the idea and make it real again, perhaps with greater success? OWK lasted about 12 or 13 years, if memory serves correctly, but did prove that it’s possible. Alternatively, like Nazi Germany, OWK may ultimately have proved that this sort of lifestyle won’t fly — at least not in a big public way. Time will tell.
Interviews with the Sublime Ladies of the Other World Kingdom
Originally posted 2015-05-26 06:17:59.