Exploring the world of BDSM

Exploring the world of BDSM

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My first ever post about the world of BDSM has quite surprisingly a lot of views from the very first day of publishing. So I decided to write another more in depth post on the how dominants and submissives can meet while taking the local coronavirus restrictions into account.

Many people who are curious about BDSM want to know the quickest way to get started. When you’re just a beginner, it can be really frustrating to try and figure out what a Dominant or submissive is all about.  If you don’t get started the right way, you’re going to waste a lot of time and effort as you try to create a Dom/sub lifestyle.  But dominance and submission is just one aspect of BDSM.

What does dominant and submissive mean in a relationship? What are the benefits, roles, and rules of a D/S relationship? Or even if you are into mistress dating site, then the bdsm community might still interest you. A mistress is in a long-term relationship with her attached lover, and is often referred to as the other woman. Generally, the relationship is stable and at least semi-permanent, but the couple does not live together openly and the relationship is usually, but not always, secret.

When it comes to defining and understanding BDSM, people (especially those in vanilla relationships) generally link it with Fifty Shades of Grey and Christian Grey’s kinky equipment like handcuffs, chains, ropes – you name it.

Some of the bdsm dating sites are really cool and they give you a lot of information too on what kind of people you can choose to meet.  It is said that in BDSM community the best way to gather information about your submissive partner is honest communication, by asking questions and never disrespecting their limits.

Here are some and you’ve got more options than you realise for finding a Dominant:

  • If you use Facebook, search for kinkster groups and join (or request to join) them.
  • If you’re on Twitter or Instagram, start following hashtags like #BDSM, #Dominant, or #submissive. This isn’t foolproof, but it’ll give you a place to start.
  • Tumblr has a thriving BDSM community if you’re already using it to look at erotic and BDSM images.

Self-isolating and quarantines are hard, but especially for those that are Dom/sub.  It can be difficult to keep the dynamic going when you’re apart and problems and issues arise. Even if you’re apart for just a day, or the pandemic makes it so you’re separated for months, virtual D/s relationship can still succeed.  Both the Dominant and submissive have to work at it though.

Lockdowns and quarantines are the problems that many people in the lifestyle are dealing with right now. Everyone is stressed. Between job lay offs, kids being home, quarantines, and the news media reports, it seems like life is so chaotic right now.

Good luck and don’t get discouraged. If you’re willing to work for it, you can have a good, solid kinky relationship.

I hope you enjoy reading!

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