Dear Mistress: WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER, Real Life Wonderer, Pain in the Ass
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I would like to explore a D/s relationship. The problem is that it is nothing my husband is interested in. He is not a Dom, nor a sub. He is a strong man, but does not enjoy the thought of being a true Dom or Master. (He would have to make decisions and be responsible for them.) I want — no, need — someone who would take control, someone who has expectations, and is willing to tell me what to do, make decisions, someone I can submit to.
I have heard that a D/s relationship doesn’t have to be sexual. That would be a deal breaker for my husband. But how do I go about finding an experienced Dom willing to train a new sub when sex isn’t on the table. I want to go about this right, keep husband happy, but I need to do this for me. Thank you for any advice you can give.
Dear WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER,
As if the winning question should be an easy one to answer – hell no. The positive to your scenario is that you are coming to a true understanding of what you need. Is this a simple question with a simple answer? Absolutely not. It is very true that a D/s relationship does not need to include sex. The control that is given is more psychological in nature. The acts of dominating and submitting answer a need within. That need can be so many different things…the desire to let go of your controlling nature, the desire to serve, to calm and clear your mind, or to feel the power you have over someone else. It’s different for everyone.
After reading your question, what I am wondering is; what are you looking to a Dominant for in regards to taking control? Is this for simple commands such as what to wear, eat, how to act, how you spend your money? Or are your needs more in-depth and emotional? Do you want your Dominant to tell you when and how you should orgasm?
Are you interested in the physical aspect of kink? Do you want them to use implements on you (floggers, crops, restraints, etc.)? All of these questions are going to determine what type of Dominant you need. In terms of “training,” your Dominant will train you to fit their needs, and of course, it needs to be
I have to be honest, finding one is not always easy. My suggestion would be to start online and develop a relationship within someone who is looking for the same type of arrangement. You have the opportunity to interview different prospects to see if you have a connection with them and if each of your needs would work well together. I would start a profile online – possibly FetLife. Be very honest about what it is you are looking for. I would also join local groups in your community so you can attend munches to meet people in person to see if you have a connection with anyone. If you have a kink/fetish store in your area, they normally have information and fliers for local events and submissive groups that you can join for support.
I would like you to contact me so we can discuss this further. You can submit a question with your email address if you would like to keep this anonymous, or you are welcome to send me a Facebook PM. I can give you details on how to contact me. I want to help you and it is going to take more than just this
question submission to do so.
Did you see Fifty Shades Of Grey? Did the Red Room accurately depict the lifestyle? Can you explain what a real “red room” would look like or be called?
Dear Real Life Wonderer,
Yes, I did see the movie. Personally, I loved how they depicted Christian’s “Red Room of Pain.” In terms of how well they did bringing the book to life, I thought they did a great job. In my mind, that is very close to what I visualized. In reality, your own playroom can be whatever you want it to be. I have seen several and each is pretty similar. They are commonly called dungeons or playrooms. There are places you can rent dungeon and playroom spaces; you might be surprised to find out what is in your area.
One of the biggest aspects of a scene is creating an atmosphere that fits the scene. As a Dominant, you create and control the mood you want your submissive to experience. For me, it would be dimly lit with no outside light, all implements and bondage furniture clearly on display so your submissive has no idea what you will use, heady scents of candles burning, and there needs to be a chair for observation. When you enter this room, you immediately have the feeling that it is removed from the outside world and it forces your mind to let go of everything on the other side of the door.
Now doesn’t that sound like fun?
Here are some fun things for your own “Red Room of Pain.”Book Bed Bench Stockade Chair
My hubby is obsessed with anal, but many times it can be painful for me. The toys and plugs feel very pleasurable for me, but to be honest when he inserts his average-size member, I feel as if I am going to explode from the pain. We’ve tried different lubes, plugs prior, etc. yet it still hurts. Can you give any advice on how to submit to his anal obsession that will make it more pleasurable for me? Thank you, Mistress.
Dear Pain in the Ass,
Lots of men are obsessed with anal sex. I get it. I really do. But it can really be a pain in the ass for the receiver. Some women can’t handle it, and that’s ok. There are a few things you can try to train yourself. You just need to keep in mind that you might never be able to accommodate him. It’s not a negative. It’s not a bad thing. It could just come down to physical limitations. Not everyone enjoys anal sex because it’s painful for a lot of women.
- First – RELAX. I mean, really relax. There’s normal relaxed, and then there’s “you’re about to put what in my butt?” relaxed. Deep breaths and exhale. Exhale upon entry.
- Second – LUBE and lots of it. They make desensitizing lubes you can try. (See below for some I recommend.)
- Third – TRAIN. You can use an anal plug kit that has graduating sizes. You need to be sure that the largest plug in the kit is close to the diameter of your husband’s member. You can also try a dildo for anal insertion that is just a touch smaller than your husband to get you used to the sensation after plug training. See the links below on how to properly train.
Of course, I want you to succeed, but I also do not want you to be discouraged if it truly is something that you can’t do. I’m sure you can rock his world in other ways. Your husband should be happy that you’re givin’ it the old college try!
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What you get, with this kit, are items that will help women uncover the stimulations and pleasures of anal play. This kit includes a 5pc anal trainer kit, for finding that ideal size; a desensitizing lubricant to help with ease of insertion; and a bleaching cream that helps keep your anus in pristine condition.
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