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Five observations/tips that I would like to share with those for whom letting go of control is a challenge.
I will tell you a little secret – there are good reasons to become a Pro and there are bad reasons to become a Pro. Start off on the right foot, and you can have a career that spans decades. Start off on the other, and, well…let’s just say that the realities of the industry are going to bite you in the ass. Hard.
The dance between hunter and hunted, between predator and prey, is so natural to humans that it is practically archetypal. One could think of the world of human interactions as a giant stage on which this choreography is almost always taking place, albeit under different guises…
The art of transformation implies the shapeshifting of matter from one specific form to another. In other words, a process of change wherein something is rendered completely indistinguishable from its previous form.
Contracts, boundaries and negotiations form the platform upon which consensual BDSM dynamics are built. Without them, BDSM is no longer BDSM, but psychological, physical and sexual abuse.
I don’t know a single person, myself included, who does not prioritize work over play. With good reason, one could argue, since the cost of living in Toronto (or most anywhere these days) is not exactly an inexpensive proposition. If you are anything like me, day after day goes by, and while we know what we enjoy doing recreationally or for pleasure or relaxation, those activities seem to be the first to get bumped to the bottom of our to-do list. Often, by the end of the day, we are exhausted and can’t wait for our heads to hit the pillow. There is no more energy to do the fun stuff.
To an outsider, it may appear that the Dominant partner in a D/s relationship is the one who carries all the responsibility: the submissive consensually surrenders aspects of control to their partner, and it is the Dominant's responsibility to wield this control with compassion and wisdom rather than abuse it. However, just as a submissive should never be expected to offer their submission to a Dominant who practices BDSM irresponsibly, we too run the risk of expending our energy on relationships with submissives who are irresponsible in their submission.