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I am worried I would be too scared of disappointing my Dom to safeword out of something I needed to. Vanilla sex. I need it to be more then BDSM all the time.

I also need to be able to have vanilla sex as well. Would that be something he can do? With these hang ups is it still possible to have this kind of relationship?

I just wanted to say that I really admire the way you have responded to the questions and concerns of your readers. Reading through the comments you name appears over and over and your comments are kind, patient, and supportive.

You are the type of person we should strive to be regardless of whether or not we are into bdsm. To the untrained eye, I am a very dominate female who, when I enter a room-all eyes fall on me.

When something goes wrong, they look to me for the answer. I crave it. The approval of Sir. The rewards for my ability to please him. The punishments for when I disappointed him.

I crave that structure again. I have been reading your work, and the comments of everyone. I adore the atmosphere and your structure.

This is my first time ever seeking advise on this but here it goes. Ive been married to my wife for almost 3 years but we have been together for almost 7 and have 2 beautiful boys.

Im 23 now. We were highschool sweethearts. Ever since i became sexually active it seemed i was always drawn to the freaky girls. I dont know why but after a while and multiple relationships i became interested in the BDSM lifestyle and have researched it for a very long time.

Ive made attempts with multiple women to try and open myself up as a newborn dominant but i was never successful until now.

My wife and i have had our kinks and fetishes and she is well aware of my nature but she is newer to this than i am. She woshes to try out the lifestyle of a submissive and i her dominant.

Im a nervous person i always have been. We are to be going on a date soon and we have discussed that we are both willing to go through with this.

We trust eachother to every aspect of our beings. I guess my question is. Is that i have held this ideal inside of my heart for so long with so many failures and now that i found someone willing to give it a shot with me am i worthy of being my wifes dominant.

And what would my sons think of their father. I am prepared to be honest with them anytime anywhere about who i am and what i wish to be.

Sean, Is it possible for a Dom to learn to be a Dom on his own or is it better to study under an experienced Dom? I was offered to be taught how to be a submissive by an experienced Dom but I only want to submit to a particular person who is not yet in the lifestyle.

Does he need to be trained as a Dom also for this to work well? He needs to have the desire and drive to learn. You can inspire that in him by showing him how much fun is possible if he does.

Read, discuss, think, trial and error. All of this will give a hand. This was very helpful information. I dabbled very little in the submissive and dominate type of world, not nearly enough though.

You see, I tend to have a strong personality and tend to wear the pants in most of my relationships, but I am tired of having that much control. I am ready to let go and have a dominate male take over if not most, then everything when pertaining to specific decisions made throughout the day to sexual encounters when I am summoned to meet with my dominate.

I know I still have much to learn, but I know with the right dominate, I will prevail in being a great submissive.

If you are interested, or want to know more about me before making a decision, please do not hesitate to contact me via e-mail at first. I have read your articles and I am very impressed with the information that you have and the knowledge that you show.

I am curious though, where do you find a dom? I have been interested in this lifestyle for a while but have never been able to find anyone with the same interests… any help would be appreciated.

Hi April. There are various sites such as FetLife among others that may help with your search. Do you have an email where I could contact you? Would you say that the advice given to male doms is the same given to female doms?

Does it matter? Other than the small tidbits which are clearly gender specific, everything else I write and teach is entirely gender agnostic.

Change around the pronouns, and it works as well for men as it does women. The theory is all the same. Hope that helps.

I am somewhat new to this. Master made me write a contract for us. I never really was told about rules and expectations. Master just told me to do things and expected me to know what he meant.

I have a new Master and he is very new to all of this. Only experienced daddy doms please! Email me: spunkyrella at gmail.

Hello Stef, is there an email where I can contact you? Would love to discuss this with you in more detail. Hi I want to be a Lesbian Dom and I liked your little essay, could we talk more so you can teach me more?

You are selfless with your knowledge and an excellent roll model. Tonight he asked me to be his Dom. This is somewhat new to me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciate.

I new to all of this but i would like to know is should you punih ur sub if they talk and obey another dom with out your permission and if so what kind of punishment should be given any advice is appreciated.

Hello, I hope this website is still active. I need some help. I am in a long distance relationship at the moment. Its only until September.

But my boyfriend wants to be a Dom. I know the basics and the point of the BDSM lifestyle. And is naturally good at the dominant role.

I believe in horoscopes signs and characteristics I explained everything to him a write the rules but sent him pictures of them for his approval and see what we need to compromise on if any.

We do not have a safe word ATM. I did submit to him. I have a collar I not allowed to take off. The problem is he says I need to balance between being a sub and a girlfriend.

But its confusing…when he gets upset I try not to argue. But when it does I try to comfort him and be his girlfriend.

But then its just no I need to stop arguing things I say come off as arguing and its not intentional over text its hard. So we are an in between type…any advice or tips for either of us?

I am in NNJ Hi Master I am a new master. I acquired another master sub. He is totally out of the picture. His sub seems well trained in his mode.

There are certaint things the sub uses on me to make me question am i doing it right,As you discuss there are many styles and variation.

No oral on me will no talk at all,moves head left to right when training. How do I retrain and change her. Is this possible.

I am getting bored of the same sex positions every time and I want more I am not a hair puller but I want toys I want force and I want total pleasure and I do not want welts or bleeding from anything from being spanked I live in Canada in surrey Vancouver and I don not know what to do or go instead of watching it on porn to get off I am 47 years old ,I had some bad years and I want to put them behind me and focus on what I want what fills myself with pleasure and to give who ever that is my dom his pleasure too.

Hi, just looking for some ideas. I agreed to become a short term dom stand in for a friend the sub that is long distance.

He is to have a chastity device on as part of the agreement. I am very new to this, and he is not.

I live on Long Island New York. I would like to find someone local, but online would be good also. Is that normal? If I may ask, I was wondering who I am because some days I feel much like a Dom while others days or moments I feel very Submissive.

Any help would be very much appreciated. So i put everything away. Please advise. It is not a sex act, it is not a game, and it is not a role.

It is a state of being and is totally asexual neither male nor female. First and foremost, a Dominant is always a Gentleman or Lady.

There is no excuse for being impolite or rude to others. Save this for the submissive that needs and requires this of their Dominant.

Second, a Dominant must always be in control. Drugs, even alcohol, are mind and body controlling agents. They affect relationships and most importantly can affect a scene, therefore taking away the control the Dominant MUST have.

Third, a Dominant is always honest. To lie is to show you cannot be trusted and a submissive must be able to trust you to respect you.

Every submissive knows that not every Dominant is super experienced and will respect you much more if you tell the truth. Be honest with a submissive about your level of experience with others and the submissive.

The submissive can even help you to gain experience and is really an enjoyable learning process. Tell the submissive up-front if You do not wish a monogamous relationship.

Most submissives understand and even expect this in a Dominant. Everyone makes mistakes. Do what is needed to make amends, and correct it.

Accept and admit the fact that you messed up. To seek an excuse for something going wrong or hurting someone will cause you to lose respect.

Fifth, a Dominant expects but does not demand respect. Respect is earned over time. Those that know you and respect you will call you Master or Mistress when you earn it, not before.

Sixth, a Dominant knows and understands the differences between needs, desires and wants. The submissive may desire a short relationship with a crude rude person.

The submissive may need a stable sharing marriage with children. To punish a submissive in anger or to lash out to anyone is abusive. It is the duty of a Dominant to remember that submission is a gift.

To misuse this gift is abusive. When the submissive is not free to take back the gift it is no longer a gift. It is the duty of a Dominant to watch over and protect all submissives.

This does not mean to protect them from finding some other Dominant and to keep them for oneself. A submissive that is not into whips should not belong to a Dominant that loves to whip submissives.

It is the Duty of a Dominant to take only the amount of submissives the DOM can properly handle, control, love, comfort and care for.

Do not keep a submissive hanging, giving false hopes. Free and release the submissive so the submissive can get along with finding the right Dominant.

It is the duty of a Dominant to watch and monitor the scene carefully and to ensure the submissive is not being harmed either physically or emotionally.

At any time the slightest thing can go wrong and the scene is ruined for the submissive and pleasure becomes actual pain.

It is the duty of a Dominant after a scene to ensure the submissive is emotionally stable. During a scene the submissive is filled with hormones. Afterwards the body reduces them and may cause severe depression to the extent of being suicidal.

The submissive must be made to understand the depression and or emotional release is normal and expected. Normal emotions will return in hours to a day.

Anything longer is a sign of emotional instability in the submissive and must be corrected before doing another scene.

A Dominant can also experience this depression after a high from the scene. Each reacts differently some stay high for weeks and when they come down seek the scene again to regain the high.

This also can lead to problems such as longer, more intense and dangerous scenes, with unknown Dominants.

It is the duty of a Dominant to know and understand what the needs, desires and wants of a submissive are. Failure to do so may harm the submissive emotionally and mentally.

Responsibilities of a DOM. It is the responsibility of a Dominant to insure the submissive knows what being abusive is.

To insure this is to insure the submissive knows when to call it quits. It is the responsibility of a Dominant to teach the submissive information about the Lifestyle.

An ignorant submissive can be an embarrassment to a Dominant. Dishonorable Acts. For a Dominant to allow a submissive to be actually harmed in ANY way is dishonorable.

For a Dominant to play with and discard a submissive just for amusement is dishonorable exception is a submissive that has declared this is the treatment they need.

For example, the dominant and submissive partnership has been shown in early versions of the Kamasutra.

Their actions show severe sadomasochism as well as the early onset behaviors of the community. Currently, the relationship between a dominant and submissive revolves around consent and guidelines.

Within the world of BDSM, consent is a core focus and requirement because it is what separates sexual sadism from coercive sexual sadism disorder in the DSM Sexual Sadism Disorder and Sexual Masochism Disorder have been changed in order to show the differentiation of consensual vs.

The inner conflict and surrender connected with dominance and submission are enduring themes in human culture and civilization. In human sexuality, this has broadened to include mutual exploration of roles, emotions, and activities that would be difficult or impossible to act out without a willing partner taking an opposing role.

A study suggests that only about 30 percent of participants in BDSM activities are females. Recent research shows that a minority of the population engages or fantasizes about BDSM activity.

A safeword is usually given to the submissive partner to prevent the dominant from overstepping physical and emotional boundaries. It is usually a code word, series of code words or other signal used to communicate physical or emotional state, typically when approaching, or crossing, a boundary.

Safewords can have differing levels of urgency - some may bring a scene to an outright stop, whereas others may indicate that a boundary is being approached.

A safeword may be used by the Dominant as well as the Submissive if they feel things have gone too far and are uncomfortable continuing.

It is usually a negotiated lifestyle, with people discussing their wishes, limits , and needs in order to find commonality. Most adherents search for the essential intensity, trust, and intimacy that are required to make any deep relationship possible.

BDSM is the sexual practices of bondage and torture, dominant and submissive, as well as sadomasochism. In addition to "dominant" and "submissive", a "switch" is a person who can take either role.

Most of the time in sexual relationships like this there is some sort of power exchange through their physical interaction. In contrast, the terms top and bottom refer to the active agent and passive patient roles, respectively.

In a given scene, there is no requirement that the dominant also be the top, or that the submissive be the bottom, although this is often the case. The term vanilla refers to normative "non- kinky " sex and relationships, the vanilla world being mainstream society outside of the BDSM subculture.

The term comes from vanilla ice cream being considered the "default" flavor. Power exchange is consensual and in reality, it is the submissive that has the underlying control during the relationship exchange.

The dominant is attempting to satisfy the submissive's kinks and desires. The terms top and bottom are used as verbs or nouns to describe the physical play of SM but with less of a focus of the "sadist" and "masochist" part of the activity.

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I want to introduce it to him so he can become my Dom. Only thing is hes not really into that kind of thing. What do you think I should do.

The problem is, for a Dom to be able to take on the amount of work, dedication, attention, and sheer will to be able to control and push you, they need to want to do it with every fiber of their being.

So my advice would be to have a conversation with him, about what you like and why you like it. Send him to this blog, have him read about it. And see how willing he is to start learning.

But be prepared for this not to work out. Typically it never does when trying to convert someone. This almost describes my current situation to a T.

My girlfriend is a submissive and i have no idea about the bdsm world. A friend has given me suggestions on things to do and I found this site through a search.

Besides reading are there videos that i could turn to so that i coukd learn more? There are tonnes of videos for techniques out there, and lots of porn for ideas, but the most important part of this all is the mental aspect.

Making sure you know what you are trying to accomplish and why. If you want to make the most progress in the least amount of time I suggest BDSM coaching , with me.

Who will probably do what ever you say to not lose you. I know this is a late reply, but more so to others who are reading this.

So I tell her, well you need to be submissive and do all the things I like otherwise I will leave. You would all be screaming at how awful I am.

I took the chance and introduce my husband into a book and a man that I met on Instagram that talks about the dom — sub relationship.

My husband and I have been together for 18 years combined. I say be patient and communicate to your partner. Wow that was hot! I said give it a try what do you really have to lose?

The best advice I have is to start small and build up. Start by treating your sub as you would like to be treated, and then grow and adapt.

Make sure you move at your own pace, with strong slow confidence. Be sure you know how to do every action before you start, the risks and all safety.

And most of all just have fun. I am Master Steve I will take you under my wings and train you to be submissive.

Master Steve. Hi, First of all may I just say that I loved this article. Many people believe that being a sub is degrading, etc… But this article proves that subs also have a lot of power, if not all of it.

Secondly, and this is about my situation, I am currently with someone who has said for a while that he would love to be my sub.

Is there something I can do to feel more confident? Well confidence comes from within. It comes from knowing that you can give him exactly what he craves.

Now for my obligatory self promotion: I offer coaching to deal with exactly this sort of question. Good on you.

Read, talk to people, and take my BDSM coaching sessions! So my husband and I are a young married couple. I am 23 and he is Recently however he has been expressing a desire to pursue that lifestyle again with me in our marriage.

Read about it, talk about it, and start off slowly! The whole point is to have better sex, more fun, and more connection and trust between you both.

I should have an article coming soon you will be interested in as well. And if you really want more help email me, and maybe we can figure something else out.

That was a good read, definitely gives much to consider. My wife recently told me how much she wants to be dominated in the bedroom.

I suppose I simply have trouble letting go, and letting that side of me shine. But when it does, she loves it. Do you have any advice for living this more than just in the bedroom?

I am currently with a woman who has expressed an interest in expanding our bedroom play. I have never been a Dom and it is something we both would like to do.

Potential problem, she has tried it before with someone who hurt her. She knows my intentions are to give her the most pleasurable experience possible.

Can you help me? I offer coaching for both singles and couples for exactly this. But if you want to forge your own way, I would start by reading everything you can find, and then having some very open, honest, and clear conversations with your partner.

I have have just rediscovered my passion for being a Dom. I have experienced this with my ex wife for a couple years, but we were both in the beggining stages of discovery when we split.

I met a girl a few weeks ago that is very experienced as a sub and had an experienced master previously. She got her release from him because it was a poly styled relationship and she wants a monogamous relationahip.

I want to make this girl happy because of the spark she gave me, and her desires fit mine. I just have reservations about the lack of experience On my end.

We are very open with eachother, and talk about it daily. I want to increase my knowledge quickly and provide the best experience possible for my girl.

The only way to become a great Dom is to be truly understand your motives, and yourself. And then you need to learn everything you can learn about the world, and the things we do.

Read, discuss, practice, and watch videos. And if you really want to speed up your learning, sign up for coaching.

I know this site is for men, but I have to get this out.. I have fallen for a man that is not dominant. The problem is I am a submissive.

Just the thought of being owned,controlled,dominated,punished and sometimes adored, satisfies my soul. My arousal is short lived with him.

Sorry to hear that, Moe. The way I see it, you have two options:. Regardless, you need to fix this. The problem with 1 is that he will never be that man unless he wants to be that man, and not just do it for you, he needs to want it for himself.

If he does want that, we can turn him into something great. The second option has two options in it: you either find a second man, or you dump the first to find the new.

Read my article on this site on needs versus wants. Or just start with couples counciling and ask for a reference to a good sepecialist.

But ultimately if he is still uncomfortable with rising to your needs then it would be best to end the relationship before you really hurt each other.

The sub I wish to own said he had a friend that would want me.. Or because he dont like me. You will have to speak to him about that, I would just be making a wild guess.

Just ask him, directly. Great read above, Thanks for That. Thanks in advance. You can sub for one partner, Domme another.

I would explore the Domme side first, find someone to play around with. Search on fetlife, head to a munch, and see what you enjoy.

And if you ever meet someone you want to submit to, who can take away that power, enjoy that too. Just make sure you communicate, everything, clearly up front.

I am very new to being a sub and actually always considered myself more dominant but I want to explore. My problem is this. However my Dom makes it all about him, all about his pleasure and what I have to do to give him it — it sounds as tho I will not receive any pleasure.

Or Am I just so new to it all? Help please! I just found out that my long-term, live-in bf has had the same sub for 4 years and had another one before that.

When we originally got together, he was always alluding to wanting to Dominate me and I liked the thought, but I was shy and vanilla.

He piqued my interest though and now all I want is to be his sub, but he refuses to see me that way.

When I try to spice things up in the bedroom, he tells me to have some respect for myself. I really need your advice. Regardless, the only way you have a chance to work through this is by talking about it.

There is no other way I can think of. I have an alternative perspective to Sean and its good to remember that neither may be right but be open to consider all possibilities.

However I do struggle at times with a conflict between making sure I am being responsible to her as a sub and also being able to meet her in a healthy way.

It occurred to me that perhaps your bf does truly care about you but as Sean alluded to though he recognises his nature may not be fully comfortable with it as a healthy option in your relationship.

This is probably a good thing for you at this point. However try telling him you are interested in it.

Learn all you can outside the bedroom. You might both grow out of the experience. Is he didnt ask me for any health history..

An he says because we r not face to face… Also another red flag is that ever since we started talkin an ever since he knew i was a sub… He would automatically tell me what he wanted me to do… After awhile he started asking questions… He did tell me wat he expected from me but has harldy said anything bout himself cept hes into certain things like greek an boxing weightloss trainer but has yet to show me proof… Hes yet to show me any pics of himself but has a few of me….

Another red flag i have is that ever since he laid down the ground rules… Which was yesterday… Only talked to him for less than a week… Hes been degrading me over an over again… It seems like hes shown me no respect at all..

Am i makin to much out of this or r these actual red flags i need to start considering… Because when we talk my brain just wants to shut down an not respong… I kno im a sub… But i feel somethin is wrong… Any advice?

I think you should go with your gut. But even so, you need to get what you need out of it for it to be worth your time.

Hi Sean. I have always connected with women very easily and formed trusted relationships with them quickly,I also try very hard to be a gentleman.

Confidence is, by far, the most important thing. The vast majority of what I do as a BDSM coach is teach clients how to be confident as a man, and a Dom.

The first things you really want to learn is theory: what are your goals? What are your tools? You want to understand what your intended reaction is.

You should be striking them intending to cause a specific reaction, putting them into a specific emotional state.

Your job as a Dom is emotional manipulation. But as for actual tangible things, safety should always be 1. After that it depends on your own style.

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That's a good one, but I'd like to substitute that here with the guiding phrase we use: RACK. RACK stands for risk-aware consensual kink , and is often used to describe situations in which some risk is known.

Perhaps your play partner is autistic, or under treatment for depression. Perhaps they get panic attacks every now and then, and while they are eager to play, want to talk about what you can do if they start getting a panic attack in the middle of playtime.

Or - more visibly - perhaps you have back pain you need to adjust for, or an old ankle injury. Other aspects of risk are included as well; with things like flogging, or hot wax, or rope, where pain and pleasure are blending together, it's very possible to forget that you are in fact causing harm for the sake of ecstasy.

There's a line there can be crossed very very easily. Read: Why Pain Makes Us Horny: The Process That Turns Pain Into Pleasure. Sexual risk is another factor included in the RACK system - from effects of prescribed antidepressants to risks like STIs or pregnancy.

It's not like you cannot participate in kink, but any risk does need to be discussed and mitigated. How you discuss this, and what you decide to do, is up to you and your partner.

Sometimes it's just a few words, sometimes it's a longer conversation and sometimes a continuing dialogue is needed.

This ties in to the second point. Skills and limitation awareness seem like a no-brainer, but in my partner Lily's early days as a Dominant, she handled her tools awkwardly because she was afraid of them she had baggage surrounding bondage and gender roles.

But once she unpacked her feelings about WHY she was handling her tools awkwardly, she became a much more capable Dominant. It also helped that she habitually makes certain to handle her tools herself first - feeling how the rope holds knots when tied to her arm or wrists first, for example - before applying untested rope to her partner during play.

But we've seen prospective Dominants who think that all you need to be dominant is to shout at or threaten your partner, and have gear like chains or rope or a gag.

We all have read about a certain trashy novel that suggested that chains and cable ties are a good thing. No, they're not. And an experienced Dom will know this.

They will be familiar and comfortable with their toys and tools. They will observe their subs and act according to what makes them feel comfortable.

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