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I am a British Femdom based in London. Although I have been naturally dominant since coming of age, I decided to turn My lust for overpowering men into a profession at the age of 25. I have been a professional Dominatrix for 23yrs and find new excitement and love for BDSM with every year that goes by. For Me, there is nothing quite like the feeling of a man, at My feet, relinquishing all control to Me. I have an insatiable lust for the erotic constraints of latex and leather and the sensuality of stockings and heels. I adore every level of kink, but I particularly thrive with the unusual and extreme. Your embarrassment and shame give Me amusement and excitement. The space that I will give to you is completely safe, so you can truly submit, give in, and become the sub that you have always yearned for but hidden... until now.
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What is submission?
My happy place is my sub space.
In a sexual context, submission refers to the consensual act of willingly yielding control, authority, or power to a dominant partner. It involves engaging in activities, rituals, or dynamics that emphasise the power imbalance between the submissive and dominant individuals.
Submission is often a key element in BDSM practices, and it can encompass a range of activities, from physical restraint to psychological surrender, all within the framework of negotiated and consensual boundaries. The submissive party derives pleasure from surrendering and following the commands or desires of the dominant partner.
What makes it hot?
The idea of submission can be arousing for various reasons. Firstly, it taps into power dynamics, creating a sense of vulnerability and surrender that can intensify the erotic experience. The act of giving up control can evoke feelings of trust, intimacy, and heightened sensations.
Additionally, submission allows individuals to explore their desires and boundaries, providing a structured and consensual space to push personal limits and experience new facets of pleasure. The arousal may also stem from the psychological and emotional aspects of surrender, where the submissive finds pleasure in fulfilling the desires of the dominant partner.
Yes, submission can be consensual and part of various relationship dynamics, including those characterised by love, trust, and equality. It's about exploring shared desires within agreed-upon boundaries.
While submission often involves sexual activities, it can extend beyond the sexual realm. Some individuals may engage in non-sexual forms of submission, such as service-oriented tasks or rituals.
Communication is key. Clearly discuss desires, limits, and expectations with a partner. Start with less intense activities and gradually explore, prioritising ongoing consent and safety.
Establish clear communication: Open and honest communication is essential in establishing boundaries, expectations, and consent when engaging in submissive activities.
Prioritise aftercare: After engaging in submissive activities, prioritize aftercare to provide emotional and physical support to the submissive partner. This can include reassurance, cuddling, and checking in on emotional well-being.
Regularly check in: Regularly check in with both partners to ensure ongoing consent and comfort. Consent is dynamic and can be withdrawn at any time, so clear communication is key.
Neglect safety: Safety should always be a priority. Avoid activities that pose unnecessary risks, and establish safe words or signals to communicate discomfort or the need to stop.
Assume consent for all activities: Consent is specific to each activity. Just because someone consents to one form of submission doesn't mean they consent to all activities. Clearly negotiate and communicate desires and limits.
Rush the process: Submission is a gradual exploration. Avoid rushing into intense activities without proper communication, understanding, and consent. Take the time to build trust and explore gradually.