Okay guys, this may be a long one. If Y/you haven't been here before, welcome to SubSays! This is Vol.2 of the "Ask a Submissive Series" where I answer questions that are commonly asked to me as a part of the BDSM lifestyle.
Hey you, with the submissive style and interests…yeah, you! Are you looking for a Dom? I’ve made this magical and practical guide to how to safely go about finding your specific D-type while surfing through this magical online fetish world. It can often be extremely dangerous for submissives or other s-types to go about finding a Dominant partner since many of those quote-unquote “D-types” aren’t really confident, safe, experienced, or educated about what it really means to be Dominant or to Dominate, even more so if you're a younger female in this terrifying world of pervy "Doms." Here are seven ideas to consider and read through before consenting to be owned, collared, or to play.
So what does that mean? As my readers know, my goal in writing is to bring awareness to the vast array of different lifestyles I and people in general are involved in. This article will specifically look at what it means to “submit” to a Dominant-type person in a Dominant/submissive (D/s) relationship in the BDSM community.
Movie Review: The Circle (2017)
If there are any fellow submissives reading this, you know exactly what I'm talking about already. It's that look. That domineering, predatory stare that feels like He's taken arrows and shot them through your eyeballs and into your heart, which stops beating momentarily. You feel as though your heart or lungs will not work again until he takes the stare off of you. You realize that you forgot to breathe and inhale a little too quickly. He notices.