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Just recently my master and I discussed the idea of him collaring me but I really don't understand what it means. I'm new to the master/Slave relationship and would like to learn what I can before I do something that would upset my master.

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Collaring would basically mean that you were owned by your Master, and answer only to him. It would seem you have caught the eye of this Master, and impressed Him enough to want to own and collar you.

Being collared would mean that you were exclusively His, and not open to be approached by others with a thought of collaring you. It's in some ways similar to marriage, only deeper. Should you need more help, advice or such during this time, by all means feel free to contact me here. I'm always open to helping someone in the lifestyle where I can.

SINcerely in Leather,
Master Shadow.

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Can answer your BD/SM Lifestyle questions regarding flogging, caning, paddles, whips, scening, fear play, wax play, sensual knife play, humiliation, fisting, anal, violet wands, clamps, cbt, ice play, books, breathplay including blood chokes, cuffs, collars, furniture, collaring ceremonies, links, gags, toys and other items used in the lifestyle, Will not answer questions regarding medical advice in regards to the Lifestyle. I am a sadist, married to a Domme, who is also a sadist, am the owner of two, in a Leather Family, head and co owner of House of Dragon, a BDSM House, along with my wife, in a poly relationship, and enjoy the 24/7 lifestyle.

Experience

35 Years experience in the BD/SM Lifestyle.

Organizations
Terre Haute S.I.N. Social Interaction Network (CoFounder). Co Owner of House of Dragon. Founder of Southern Indiana Consensual Kink (S.I.C.K.)

Publications
Variations Magazine, on "Honor and Respect".

Education/Credentials
Member of The Dungeon Monitors Association, as well as The Violet Wand Guild, and life experience.

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