I just experienced a situation where on one of my social media sites a person messaged me asking me how I know so-and-so. I explained how I know them to which that person replied that they aren't lifestyle (meaning swing/kink/fetish) and that they were uncomfortable with the overlap.
I became very angry at the fact that I'm "good enough" for a person so long as I meet some criteria, however, the moment we know someone, I'm deemed bad and must be removed.
I removed the person in question and I will more than likely remove the other, I will not be shamed just because your worried about some overlap.
Gosh where do I begin? For those of you are are still around, THANK YOU!
I've been going through a lot health wise and it has really made me miss my kinky side.
Recently Master and I went to Rascals and had a really good time. We even played out in public! He made me my new play collar and I absolutely love it!! It was then that I realized that Master and I really need to connect on the dark side much more!!
I also went to a Subbie Tea 2 weeks ago, that was the 1st in a very long time. It was lovely to see my sisters and to be able to laugh and hold topics of conversation for a few hours.
Master and I have gone to poly discussions, which have been very informative and have opened us up to friendships.
My health has been doing much better and I look forward to posting more and more.
I wore one once, and in my nativity it was I who bought it for my
then Dom, thinking because it was what I wanted that He would appreciate
my initiative in choosing this myself. When we parted ways, I gave it
to Him, thinking it was His property. As I said I was new and with
someone who thought he was a Dominant. Many years later, it is clear He
Years have come and gone, as has life, but I have always wondered
what it would be like to be collared. What's it like to have a ceremony?
What's it like to look in the mirror and see that I am someone's
I imagine my self esteem would increase because there isn't
just my own sense of self worth that rises, but the pride my
Dom/Sir/Master would have in me.
I am in a open relationship and My Sir is my Primary I am not collared.
For me to be collared I've imaged feeling a sense of pride, not just
in who I am as a person, but pride in that I am chosen to represent a
piece of our unity together.