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Ahhhh, topping from the bottom. Not every kinkster plays with a safeword. Having the safeword and believing it will be honored is a mark of your trust in your Dominant. They might not see your distress at first. Using your safeword protects you both. Everyone has limits. Doms, subs, switches, everyone. Your limits will change over time.

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Whether in the initial negotiation process or in follow-up conversations and renegotations, submissives should and are absolutely allowed to have their own limits. While Dominants are wary of the submissive who says they have no limits, you need to be careful, too. Throughout your relationship, your needs will change. Other times, life will kick your ass with illness, a sick parent, a death in the family, worries about your kids, and money problems.

Letting them know you bdsm bottom help or space is allowed. Asking for more kink or less of it is also okay. Remember, your Dom has to consent to it, but you should always have the freedom to share what you need and want in the moment and in the relationship. Side note: How you express your needs may vary from relationship to relationship. The method you use to bring up an issue will be based on your protocol.

How would things change and what would it mean for us? These conversations are normal parts of a growing, healthy relationship. Some of this was based on experience or personal preference. No plan stays the same forever. What you thought you wanted or need will likely change. Maybe you discovered that certain things have a negative impact on you. All of these and many other conversations about your rules, protocols, and punishments are your right to have.

In order to continue giving your consent, you can bdsm bottom should talk about every single part of your dynamic. Side note: Once you consent to the rules, protocol, and punishments, you should adhere to them as best as you can in a way that keeps you safe and healthy. Talk to your Dominant immediately instead. While some dynamics may require higher protocol or stricter rules, no relationship should ignore open communication, the sharing of needs, and changes that will help you both grow together. Communication, safety, and expressing your needs as a submissive are part of that.

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In troublenot worthy, not trained …. Great post! Post it again! Total ful respectful communication, always changing as your dynamics your relationship and your life and the world around you changes will allow you to soar to the moon! Sure, you might say something in a bossy, know-it-all tone that comes across badly, but […]. Notify me of follow-up comments by. Notify me of new posts by.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. We often link to sites and products we love. Many of these are affiliate links which means when you click a link and make a purchase, we bdsm bottom a small commission. This helps us create content for the kinky community and fuels our coffee addiction. Minisode 3 Positive Reinforcement Methods lovingbdsm.

BeStillMyBeaten It's a long one so hopefully it gets you through the entire job! Having a Safeword Not every kinkster plays with a safeword. Setting Limits Everyone has limits. July 6, at am. Kayla Lords says:. CurveyCat says:.

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