You worship and adore Us, the Romanian Goddesses that rule your fantasies, but your adoration is not enough. you must know Us, Our traditions and how We spend Our holidays with the chattels who have dedicated their lives to Us. Who knows, maybe next year you will win the chance to serve Goddess Ezada Sinn, Lady Yna, Mistress Kenya and Miss Sarah, but for that to happen read, watch and learn about Our traditions.
Capra (the goat) is a dance that represents the “dying” of the old year and “birth” on the new one. The goat’s dance forecasts how wealthy the coming year will be. Our “goats” have to dance hard because the Goddesses want a plentiful year. We see that Our flogger stimulate the sissy-goats to dance as diligently as they can.
The Ignat is one of the most important weeks in Romanian winter culture, it is the time when We fatten up and smoke Our pigs for the Holiday feast. Of course Our FemDom views influence this greatly as all food should be consumed from the floor, crushed by Our boots and designer shoes, all the smoking of the meat is done by brandy infused cigars and the smoke will tenderise it perfectly. All the humiliation is just a bonus, a gift from Your Romanian Goddesses.
The St Nicholas is one of the most important days in Romanian winter culture, it is the time We receive presents in Our boots, but the boots and shoes must be really clean so a slave tongue is perfect to prepare them for the presents you will send us this year.
Sorcova is a Romanian popular custom, practiced on 1st January. sorcova playing the role of a magic wand, endowed with the ability to transmit health, youth and fertility to the vised one; verses are very suggestive in this regard. The text of sorcova, reminiscent of a spell, merely reinforces the movement of sorcova. Us the Romanian Goddesses have the magical powers to cast this spell on you and once touched with the cane you sure will have health, luck and richness in the New Year.