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30 Days of Submission #6

I’m back! Sorry for the double miss, all. I’ve decided to start on the 30 days of submission in earnest, and #6 is a group of questions that are frequently asked, with regards to BDSM roles.  I have a lot to say on the subject, and hope it’s interesting! What do you feel are the [...]

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30 Days of Submission #5

This prompt comes from the girl at Defer and Submit. Have you been or are you in a dominant/submissive dynamic relationship or is this new to you? Have you been in more than one D/s relationship? How were they the same? How were they different? What is unique about your relationships in your mind? I [...]

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30 Days of Submission #4

As ever, these prompts are from the wonderful and talented girl at Defer and Submit. Do you switch into a dominant role at any time? If you are in a domestic discipline relationship, are there things that you maintain control over? Are you a “switch” in BDSM terms? If not, have you ever thought about [...]

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30 Days of Submission #3

The prompts are here, and you should read Defer and Submit because… robot sex. Need I say more? I think not. Next up is this question: How do you know you are submissive or have the potential to be submissive? How do you feel when you express your submission?

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30 Days of Submission #2

Thanks to the girl for this prompt! Describe who you might submit to and how. Are you exclusively submissive in marriage or just in the bedroom? Are you submissive only in the context of a scene or in a role or throughout your daily life? Are you submissive to play partners or only in the [...]

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30 Days of Submission #1

The girl at Defer and Submit posted 30 days of prompts for submission, and it piqued my interest. I’m going to utilize them in order, though I may not use them every day. I’m starting today with the first question: Does your submission – either what you practice or what you strive for – have [...]

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