subs and doms

subs and doms

There are many different types of relationships within the BDSM community, but one of the most popular is the dominant/submissive (or "Dom/sub") relationship. In this type of relationship, one person takes on the role of the dominant partner, while the other takes on the role of the submissive.

The dominant partner is typically the one in charge, and they may give orders or commands to their submissive partner. The submissive partner is typically the one who follows those orders or commands. It is important to note that both partners should be consenting to this type of relationship, and that it should be based on mutual respect.

There is no one right way to be in a Dom/sub relationship. Each couple should figure out what works best for them. However, there are some general guidelines that can be helpful. For example, it is typically the dominant partner who decides what activities the couple will do, and the submissive partner should trust and obey their dominant partner.

It is also important to communicate with each other. The dominant partner should let their submissive partner know what they are expecting from them, and the submissive partner should let their dominant partner know if they are uncomfortable with anything.

If you are interested in exploring a Dom/sub relationship, there are many resources available to help you get started. There are online forums, books, and websites that can provide information and advice. You can also talk to someone who is already in a Dom/sub relationship to get their perspective.
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