Maurer’s sklavin aka. Gebby

Gebby is a slave from Germany, so in our timezone or close to our timezone respectively. She was very obedient and patient ever since she knelt at our feet the frist time June 22nd, 2015. Gebby is to be kept bound or leashed. She’s not rebellious nor does she complain, nonetheless she needs to feel the power and supremacy of her superiors constantly to keep her  behaviour perfect. Just recently we dedicated a seperate room for her, well it’s a tiny room, some may call it a cage. It’s not really comfy, but she can stick her head out of it. Well, to be even more precise, her head has to be out as there’s no further space for it in her room and her head is locked sticking out of her room. And we placed a table clothes over her “room” and put a flower on it.

Gebby has rules and we keep adding to them although she already has quite a lot to follow. One of her major rules it that she is not allowed to speak unless spoken to. Her full attention has to be focused on us only. She’s our decoration when we go out, we tease and use and abuse her for our pleasure and of course there are other services she has to do to please us. Our pleasure and satisfaction are her reward. To differentiate her from slave Flo, we call her sklavin, which is the German word for slave. Consequently her display name is Maurer’s sklavin. As of August 10th, 2015, she’s our property now. Welcome to the family, Maurer’s sklavin!

The collaring of sklavin Gebby August 10th, 2015: Maurer's sklavin with her owners Jenny and Diomita Maurer and the collaring witnesses slave Flo and Kitty Maurer

The collaring of sklavin Gebby August 10th, 2015: Maurer’s sklavin with her owners Jenny and Diomita Maurer and the collaring witnesses slave Flo and Kitty Maurer

Maurer's sklavin with her final collar

Maurer’s sklavin with her final collar

Gebby didn’t get online anymore since July 26th, 2016. We have no clue what happened. That people leave with no explanation is a clear downside of this virtual world, but nothing we can Change. We just hope that Gebby is doing well.
We released Gebby from our collar October 6th, 2016

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