When we were asked to step into the Arizona M/s title and compete at SWLC, we knew that with only 5 weeks to prepare, we probably didn’t have much of a shot at winning the SWLC M/s title. Our hope going into the weekend was that we would represent well and not make the Arizona
Each year, as the year comes to a close, I reflect on the ending year and make goals for the coming year. This year, as I reflect, has been both better and worse than years past. And I’m so ready for it to be over.
Or does it? Have your spiritual beliefs made it difficult to balance your slavery? Or is it a natural extension? Is your spirituality separate from your submission? Or does it play a part?
As slaves, we are often at the beck and call of our owners, which means we may have periods of time when we have little time to ourselves. How do you keep yourself balanced and grounded? What have you found that works for you to help you relax, balance, and find peace?
As slaves, we often are only allowed to shop and plan based on our Master’s desires. Are you allowed to buy gifts for your Master? What kind of holiday traditions do you celebrate? Do you celebrate with vanilla family and does this change how you interact? What protocols do you covertly observe when in vanilla
Is personal growth important to you as a submissive/slave? What ways have you found to foster learning and growth? Classes? Journaling? Reading? Discussions? Does your owner encourage or require you to do activities that foster growth? If personal growth isn’t important to you or your owner, why do you consider it to be unimportant?
For many years when I was first exploring life as a submissive, I was always quick to tell people, “I’m submissive but not a slave.” In fact, that was my tagline online for a long time. I thought slaves were mindless, weak-willed creatures who didn’t have original thoughts. Doormats. And I wasn’t about to become
I had a couple of opportunities this week that reminded me of how powerful it can be to just talk with other slaves whose paths are similar to my own. To listen to their stories, hear my own path in their words, and think about my journey in new and different ways. It’s something I
I had an interesting conversation with a friend this week that has really been on my mind the last couple of days. Her question was basically how can you submit without losing who you are, losing yourself? How, indeed. When I first made the decision to specifically seek what is commonly called a power-based dynamic, the one
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to learn how to care for Sir’s boots. The path to this point is a bit of a convoluted one, but bears writing about so that I can process in my head all that has occurred in regards to his boots.