First, thank you…

I joined Diva’s Dungeon two years ago, I never thought it would have such the amazing impact on my life that it has. The members here have always had a knack for bringing out the best in each other, this was due to their remarkable ability to be vulnerable with one another and share their journey in a way I had never seen before.

I grew exponentially in my knowledge of BDSM kinks, practices, terminology, experiences, and more. But believe it or not, that isn’t what kept me here for so long. To be honest, as much as I knew what has kept me here, it is only recently that I have truly understood just how precious my love for this family was.

So driven to not only be a part of this group but, also to help it grow and become something that can help spread positive values throughout the BDSM community. I can’t count how many times I heard people say how amazed they whereby the structure and technology, all of the hard work we put into creating the dungeon that it had become.

That is all well and good, but hard work is only as good as the people you do it for, and the results that show from it. What really made this place so special was actually quite easy. The genuine care and passion in supporting one another on our journeys.

It’s impossible to properly describe, there was always a passionate heart at the center of it all. Someone to encourage you to do the right thing, to give someone support when they didn’t realize they needed it. Someone to help you through the tough conversations, someone willing to give another chance because they saw something good in them.

This week in the Dungeon is a week of remembrance. A time to not only reflect on the good times but share them with those who made them so great.

To everyone who has ever been a member of this amazing family, thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing part of your journey with us.

Second, a request…

Whether you where here for one week, one month, one year, or more. Take a moment out of your day, and thank someone. It could be small, they may not even remember you, you might be surprised to find out that they do.