Well, I must admit that the overwhelming response to my last post about managing your own basement captive was quite a surprise! And so many of you had questions. I’m so proud of my sexy perverts for reaching out and taking steps to turn your dream into reality!
So, this week we continue our break from the world’s worst Stepdad and his Stepdaughter Sex Slave. And I will try to answer as many of your questions as I can.
Who should they be?
Two frequent questions I received were, “does my basement captive have to be a hot young girl?” and “does she have to be a stepdaughter?” The answer to both is no! This is your ambition and your plan. Therefore, your involuntary life partner can and should be anyone you want.
Gender, sexual orientation, and age – it’s all up to you. It’s not like they have any choice in the matter, hee hee. There are benefits and drawbacks to your selection, though. So, appropriate care and thought should go into your planning.
Don’t overthink things but do avoid getting yourself into a rushed situation that you will regret. That being said, there are many types of basement captives to choose from.
Should my new best friend be a family member? A total stranger? A co-worker? I think the sweet spot for any candidate is someone you know well, but they don’t remember you. Someone you’ve always wanted to know better but is completely unattainable. Maybe that hot barista who forgets about you as soon as she hands you your drink.
Or that guy at the gym who you stalk online but are too awkward to talk to. Or even your high school girlfriend who wants nothing to do with you now. Maybe even your older neighbor, who looks exactly like your mother or father. Now is your chance to spend unlimited time with the person of your dreams who is way out of your league.
Basement Captive – where should I keep them?
Another frequent question was, “does my new lover have to live in my basement?” That’s a great question. And the answer is no. Basements are definitely the most common space for kidnapping victims. However, many homes don’t even have basements, especially in Florida, where many of you probably live. Fortunately, there are several options other than basements.
A regular room in your main home. Positives include convenience and low preparation costs. Negatives are many, unfortunately. This is not a viable option if you have roommates, a family, or nosy neighbors. It could work if you have only a spouse, provided he or she is willing to go to prison with you. You never know until you ask.
A storage shed in your backyard. A big benefit of the backyard storage shed is accessibility. Your captive is close and available when you want him or her. But not underfoot when you don’t. Just don’t forget about them, LOL! But, this choice has been used so much lately that it’s become a cliche. You didn’t go to all of this trouble to be unoriginal, did you?
And finally, an abandoned warehouse in a deserted part of the city – There are only negatives with this one. It’s extremely inconvenient. You have to get in your car and drive to your basement captive. Who has time for all that? Also, if you believe Law and Order, your hideout will almost always be immediately discovered.