On your face, bitch.

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    Jul 18, 2011 1:08 PM GMT
    "And lick my fucking boot."

    This thread is dedicated to all the Sirs / Masters / Doms that have trained, owned, and otherwise beaten the living dog shit out of me until I did exactly what they wanted without question or hesitation. Also to the boys / subs / slaves I've handled myself that allow me to express my twisted, perverted mindset in a physical form.

    You have all taught me so much about myself, have formed bonds that were stronger than I could ever have imagined, rasied my self-confidence in my day-to-day life, and have made me a better person in general. Thank you for all that you do, and while I have enjoyed this last decade of exploration, I look forward to many more years of safe kinky play and developing our bonds stronger. Thank you for the trust you have given me, and allowing me to trust you to take me places I'd have never gone otherwise. I love you all.

    Anyone else appreciative of their Sirs / boys that would like to share?

    EDIT: I first posted this in "All Things Gay." Fuck that, let's share stories. I'll start later after work. icon_twisted.gif
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    Jul 18, 2011 1:14 PM GMT
    I look forward to the stories!

    I always wondered how you learn these techniques - are there any good books you recommend?
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    Jul 18, 2011 1:24 PM GMT
    I actually advise against looking for books that share techniques and whatnot, as safety is very situational and specific to a person. The only way to learn techniques is to have the experience. When people are new to BDSM play, I recommend being someone's boy, and get put through the paces they wish to put on others, learning safety as they go. It doesn't matter if you're a top or bottom, talk to a Dominant that is willing to take you to their dungeon and make a man out of you. icon_wink.gif

    I used to give a small couple's intro BDSM class where I would discuss what it's like to do that kind of play, get people to realize that safety is the #1 concern, and teach them a few things that they could do with their partner very safely. It was a lot of fun, but I'm not sure how common these classes are. It would be much better to find a Sir that will train you, and can be a mentor for whenever you're ready to be a Sir yourself, or make you into the submissive that you want to be (whatever your preference). I still talk to the Sir that trained me, who now lives about 3,000 miles away. The bonds you will form can last forever.
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    Jul 18, 2011 1:28 PM GMT
    Pyrotech saidI actually advise against looking for books that share techniques and whatnot, as safety is very situational and specific to a person. The only way to learn techniques is to have the experience. When people are new to BDSM play, I recommend being someone's boy, and get put through the paces they wish to put on others, learning safety as they go. It doesn't matter if you're a top or bottom, talk to a Dominant that is willing to take you to their dungeon and make a man out of you. icon_wink.gif

    I used to give a small couple's intro BDSM class where I would discuss what it's like to do that kind of play, get people to realize that safety is the #1 concern, and teach them a few things that they could do with their partner very safely. It was a lot of fun, but I'm not sure how common these classes are. It would be much better to find a Sir that will train you, and can be a mentor for whenever you're ready to be a Sir yourself, or make you into the submissive that you want to be (whatever your preference). I still talk to the Sir that trained me, who now lives about 3,000 miles away. The bonds you will form can last forever.


    The trouble with finding someone to show me the ropes is that I am in a relationship so I would think that doesn't really work out very well! Even though I wouldn't want to be the sub I can't imagine the 'training' isn't sex-related at all.