Would you be proud to wear my collar and be my sweet, sexy sissy slut?
Before you answer, you must know: to be my sissy is not a form of humiliation. you will not be not lesser, you will be greater. you can be sweet for me or sexy or slutty but never a joke. My sissies are not objects of derision but my treasured girls.
I have a new service opportunity for subs and slaves: MYSTERY PURCHASE!
I will choose something that I would like to receive as a gift. I will not tell you what it is, but you will get hints. The type and cost of item will vary.
If you buy it for me you will receive a custom video featuring the purchased gift. This video will be for you only. I will not post it anywhere else, ever. (I expect you to honor this on your end, also.)
When speaking of power exchange relationships in BDSM, such as Dominance/submission (“D/s”), you may occasionally hear some people claim, “it’s the sub who truly holds the power.” Often this is followed with the assertion that submission is a “gift”. While there is truth to this, it’s not the whole truth.
The first error is the implication that power is held by one person: the sub. Just like outside of our kinky play, everyone has power. It’s just up to you whether you’re going to exercise it or give it up.
So, while the submissive does in fact hold power, so does the Dominant. Both roles involve having and expressing power. The sub can be controlled only as much as they allow and the Domme will control only as much as they are willing.
This is a symbiotic relationship. It’s characterized by interdependence. One is defined by the existence of the other.
In other words: while it’s true that without a sub the Domme has no one to control, it’s also true that without a Domme the sub has no one to be controlled by. They are both receiving benefits from — and giving “gifts” to — one another.