Not all D/s relationships have the kind of structure where the Dom makes rules and dispenses punishment. But when you do include them in your D/s it’s important to follow through when the submissive breaks the rules. Some Dominants have trouble giving punishments and that’s okay, but if punishment isn’t something you can handle then you probably shouldn’t be making real rules.
This article is continued from Part One
People who are new to D/s often struggle with what kind of rules to incorporate in their relationship, if any. In the first section of this article we talked about daily rules and why we use them. Whether or not you want to have them is going to depend on the kind of relationship you have, but I do think small things like this are really important.
- This post is the fourth of a series. If you haven’t already read the others you should start here:
- Part 2
- Part 2.5 (story)
- Part 3
After a series of fairly long and intensive posts about managing a D/s relationship from a distance I imagine you’ll be pleased with a short one just to wrap things up. Continue reading “Blog Post: Long Distance D/s series Part 4–The Wrap-up”
I had a plan for this week’s blog post, but it’s gone a little sideways thanks to Facebook. So, I’m putting off the post I was working on “Making rules with your sub.” for now, to work on something else. Though if I get inspired I’ll see if I can wrap this topic up first and post it next week.
Continue reading “Blog Post: Interesting new topics to come!”
Not all submissives are the same.
Right off the starting block I need to clarify something: not everyone who ‘submits’ considers themselves a submissive. In fact, some don’t like the word at all because of the connotations and expectations that come with it. Continue reading “Blog Post: What kind of submissive are you?”