How to be a better submissive
SUBMISSIVE TRAINING: How To Be A Better, Naughtier Submissive For Your Dominant Partner and 30 Hottest Sexual Scenarios with Illustrations by Joshua Matthew
How to Be a Better Submissive [BDSM]
8 Ways To Be Submissive In Bed When You're Just Starting To Experiment With Being Dominated
So you love nothing more than being bent over and spanked senseless on a Sunday afternoon, hm? Submissives are strong in their willingness to completely give their safety and well-being over to another person. They in a sense possess as much power as their Dominant. Good submissives learn to exercise their power in a way that befits their role they learn that there is a definitive strength in being a submissive. This all starts with comes first in the choosing a good submissive should choose a better Dominant or play partner. They should only give themselves to Dominants that have shown themselves to even be worth their submission.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist , to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. Q: My partner and I are enthusiastic newbies to the world of power play. I have always loved the idea of being a submissive , but was never able to find a partner who would explore it with me. How can we take our power play to the next level? A: Thanks for your question!
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Love the exploration, the learning, the desires that seem to creep into every waking moment and fill every dream. Some may surprise you. A question I see asked all the time is "how can I be a better submissive? So, you want me to tell you how you can tell if you are submissive or not? Asking someone else if you are submissive is like asking a blind man what color your dress is.
A new submissive recently asked my advice. I am happy to share what I told her. You choose to surrender your power to Him, but that choice is yours. From that point on, by mutual agreement, choices are not up to you; they are His. You both enter into a consensual agreement for your mutual pleasure: you agree to give up control, and He agrees to accept it. Never forget that it is a choice; and one for which you both must take responsibility.
Serving a Dominant is a very fulfilling lifestyle. However, many submissive beginners are lost. Many times they are just looking for someone to fix them, to make them feel more complete. In all honesty though, being a sub is a lot of work, mentally, emotionally, and sexually. How can they successfully meet the challenge? I have a FREE cheatsheet for you to help put these ideas into practice! Click the button below to get it right now.