The Dominance and submission dance is extremely complex, yet it’s a relationship dynamic that many seek out. When done right with everyone involved, it can easily be one of the most extremely fulfilling relationships in the kink and BDSM world.
There are tons of information out there regarding the D/s dynamic, but sometimes, the information is either unreliable or assumes you already have a basic understanding. So, I wanted to carve out a category completely dedicated to Dominance and submission basics that starts from the VERY beginning for both parties.
By definition, being submissive is meekly obedient or passive. Logically, why would anyone who has half a backbone want to be that? Yet, many people do. Hell, I’m a proud submissive to my Dominant, my Sir.
What does it mean when someone says they’re submissive (in and/or out of the bedroom)? Moreover, why would anyone want to be submissive? Can you still be submissive if you’re a take-charge kind of woman who runs a business empire? How does one start being submissive? How would I know if my partner is okay being the Dominant in the relationship?
So many questions, right? Which is why, true to Desire Laid Bare’s nature, we’re creating a comprehensive series on Dominance and submission basics that can serve as your go-to for reliable information from people that live this lifestyle.
When done right with everyone involved, [Dominance/submission] can easily be one of the most extremely fulfilling relationships in the kink and BDSM world.