Have Y/you ever wondered what Y/you were supposed to do, think or feel about being a submissive or a Dominant? Did you have questions for Doms or subs but were afraid to ask?
Here are a few questions i would ask about being a sub, and some questions i would pose to Dominants, if the opportunity arose.
What questions do Y/you have that Y/you want answered?
Add a comment to this post to respond to a question or to submit a question you have had for a while.
Hopefully we’ll add more questions, get some answers, and open a dialogue between Doms and subs.
Questions of Mine
- Should a boy be clean shaven – not even a moustache
- Should a boy keep his hair short?
- Should a boy shave his pubes and balls?
- Should a boy shave his ass?
- Should a boy call every Dom and Master “SIR ” from the very beginning?
- What do Doms look for in a potential submissive boy?
- What do Doms really think/feel if a sub uses a safe word?
- Are most Doms trying to be intimidating or is it the nature of Dominants, or am i being too easily intimidated?
- Do most Doms have just a few special kinks in Their repertoire or are They well versed in a variety of different skills?
- What is it with the Cigar craze?
- Don’t Doms know cigars kill the same way cigarettes do, but in a more pervasive, smelly way?
- Is the role of a Dom becoming fuzzy and more indistinguishable from a submissive?
- Why is it becoming harder to tell a sub from a Dom in social situations or at Leather bars?
- Are Doms softening over time?
- Why is more sex being had at gay male Leather play parties than actual BDSM scenes?
- At a play party how should a sub ask a Dom to do a scene with him?
- Is a boy supposed to approach an unfamiliar Dom initially, or is it the Dom’s place to pursue His prospective boy?
- Are there a lot of Dominants who are actually bottoms in sex, giving the role of top to His boy?
- What things have You experienced that immediately ended a scene?
i hope more questions are generated and that responses to the current questions will be submitted by many M/men and women sharing T/their perspective.
Thanks for reading,