Why Do You Dom? (#TruthTuesday #BDSM #FemDom)

Below in quotation marks is the question I was asked. And, below that is my reply. I thought others may have that or a similar question and I decided to post it here on my page. It’s already posted on my Fetlife page.

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He also asked about my vanilla interests and fetishes, which are already on my Fetlife page so I didn’t answer that in the response below. My response could have been longer, but what I wrote is the gist of it.

“Why do you Dom? What is the role of the Dom, What is the role of Sub, …”

As my profile says, I’m a naturally dominant woman. It’s not something I do. Why, is simply because it’s who I am at my core being. In my opinion a role of a Dom is to care for, respect, lead, their s-type through dominating areas of their life that they give consent for through negotiations. I believe the role of a Dom is to also push their s-types limits, all for the purpose of helping them be a better individual and more effective in their submission. As I mentioned previously, I believe communication is one of the key factors in any relationship, especially a D/s or M/s relationship.

In my opinion, the role of a sub is to obey their Dom within the negotiated limits and to do so without resistance, to do so willingly for the simple joy of pleasing their Dom. I believe a sub should desire to grow as a person through their submission and obedience.

I’d love to hear what your response would be if asked this or a similar question.

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2 thoughts on “Why Do You Dom? (#TruthTuesday #BDSM #FemDom)

  1. Barb

    How do I know if I’m a dominant woman. My relationship wants me to boss him around. How do I know what to do

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    1. Dion Post author

      If you’re asking, you’re probably not especially if your “relationship” is asking you to do things. Do whatever you’re comfortable doing. If your partner asks you to do something, and you’re okay with it, do it. If you’re not okay with it, don’t do it. Communication is important from both of you.

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