Her husband and neighbors have no idea. She says shes working late…. just doesn’t tell them its for her Black Daddy
The essence of the Southern Belle.
In the “Black Bull” counties of the South, the terms “planter” and “farmer” were often synonymous. A “planter” was generally a white farmer who owned many slaves. While most Southerners were not slave-owners, and while the majority of slaveholders held ten or fewer slaves, planters were those who held a significant number of slaves, mostly as agricultural labor. Planters are often spoken of as belonging to the planter elite or planter aristocracy in the antebellum South.
Southern Belles were expected to marry respectable young men, and become ladies of society dedicated to the family and community. They were always good-mannered and could make any guest feel welcome. The “Southern Belle” epitomized Southern hospitality, a cultivation of beauty, and a flirtatious yet chaste demeanor. The men they married served as companion and the one to breed with. Usually cousins, they were the product of in breeding to produce the most sexual female and most potent male children. However, the males became more feminine while the females more sexual wanton.
After the birth of their first child, planters would inspect the Black Bulls at the plantation and service each to know who had the best ability to pleasure his wicked wife. The wife took on all Black Bulls hoping to give birth to children with superior genes. Over time the family units developed a far reaching community of cuckold landowners. This practice still continues in corporate America. The cuckolds recruit all female members of their family and teach all males their roles as servile vessels for Black Bull sperm.
Careful selection in the breeding of Southern Belles has influenced behavior, shape, and size of the offspring for the past 200 years. To maintain these distinctions, planters’ wives have intentionally seduced Black Bulls with certain characteristics to encourage those characteristics in her children, to secure future generations of defendants.
Initially, being a purebred Southerner was a privilege of the wealthy. Ritual marriages among cousins (inbreeding), have certain inheritable characteristics that can develop into a disability or disease, genetic mutation and the feminization of the male offspring. Being born a cock-sucker craving only Black Dick is one such condition. Some eye abnormalities, some heart conditions, and some cases of deafness have been proven to be inherited.
The Southern Belle would seduce a Black Bull into mounting her, to acquire the rich and flavorful seed into any wet hole she wanted made sore for the night. At planting and harvest times she would take on more than one Black Bull as a sacrifice according to Druid traditions. On these full moon nights she would be tied to the post where a female dog (bitch), would be mounted, and each Black Bull would take their place inside her, making sure she returns home with a full meal for her husband and enough rich sperm to impregnate her. During these times the bitch in heat would suck the Black Bulls Dick trying hard to make them empty the first load inside her hungry belly to help her ease into being bred on such a large scale. The protein feast releases a chemical into the brain of the bitch in heat and makes her feel sensations she has to hide being a “good planter’s wife”. This explosive ritual clears her and brings her balance so she can continue accepting her role as a sexually frustrated wife. Being the selfish sinner she is, these events are for her pleasure and pain only, and each Southern Belle has her own stable of hard Black Bulls, and a mate that drinks a cream pied pussy as often as possible.
If the Southern Belle’s first child is a girl, then at the first ritual night after she gave birth to her own child within the marriage, the Southern Belle arranges for her own stable to mount and breed her daughter. If the first child in the marriage is a male, he will wait at home while his own wife is awakened through the family traditions set into place when plantations were the way of life in the “Black Bull” counties of the South.