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I had a profile on a reputable dating site. A Dom contacted me and I was somewhat interested. I took about 6 months for us to actually talk (via the web) then we started texting and  talking on the phone. Last week I met him face to face. He told me that he would kiss me then I would suck his cock. He knocked on on the door and as promised, he kissed me then told me I could suck his dick. I dropped to my knees. To make a long story short I passed my "sub evaluation". I don't no what happens next. I have studied the web as this is new to me, and I want to be the best sub he has ever had. I would like to get any help, advice, or warnings in this area. I read something that said BDSM is similar to the childhood game of trust where you fall back and the other person will catch you. Can I ask my Dom what is expected or what will happen? I am in no way submissive by nature but it feels right with him. Thank you. Signed WTF is a sub

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As with any type of relationship, communication is essential. It is slightly unusual for a sub to be introduced to a Dom this way, but if that style is going to be okay with you, by all means go for it. Make sure you know what you are getting into: being a Dom isn't an excuse for ANY bad behavior, and being a sub isn't an excuse to give up any and all preferences. There is still the possibility of a consent violation, among other things. Don't become a horror story, take the time to learn about various forms of submission, and make sure if this is an experiment, you do not make any lasting decisions that you may regret later.

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Expertise

I am open and willing to answer any questions involving BDSM that do not specifically concern illegal acts involving children or non-consensual assault against an unwilling party.

Experience

I have had BDSM experience in a professional capacity since 2005. As far as personal, non-professional experience, I have always taken the lead in relationships, friendships, and other situational interactions. I prefer to "wear the pants" so to speak. However, this is not to say I wear the physical pants: I am mostly seen wearing skirts.

Organizations
National Coalition for Sexual Freedom

Publications
Excitedly, this will be my first foray into professional writing about BDSM, however my vanilla writings have appeared in several publications online. I am the former main web editor of a very popular DIY website, writing articles about electronics, repurposing, and sustainability.

Education/Credentials
I have participated in many educational workshops held by Pro-Dommes. I have also hosted a few workshops involving BDSM issues. I have done extensive research on D/s power dynamics and BDSM. As far as education, however, professional sessions and interactions with clients have provided most of my experience.

Past/Present Clients
I have a multitude of both. I specialize in clients with physical handicaps, rare kinks, edge play, LGBT lifestyles, and other underrepresented or marginalized groups.

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