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Slavery And Submissiveness Are Two Different Things.

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It’s easy to overlook how slaves differ from submissives in the small details that matter most. In general, slaves behave differently than submissives and have different reasons for submitting to their master. Submissive people tend to be dragged further by […]

It’s easy to overlook how slaves differ from submissives in the small details that matter most. In general, slaves behave differently than submissives and have different reasons for submitting to their master. Submissive people tend to be dragged further by the mercy of the dominant person than slaves because they don’t expect mercy from their master.

Submission and slavery have different characteristics, but some people get to play with the boundaries of submission as they grow and develop, and where they go from there is up to them. The slave does not impose any restrictions, and as a personal choice, the subject can completely submit to the dominant’s wishes. To be a doormat for the rest of your life does not have to be an unpleasant experience for everyone who encounters you in this role. Any relationship in which the equilibrium rests on transferring the other’s person is ripe for abuse, but it does not usually begin with complete submission, but rather in a gradual or irregular manner.

While both roles begin by negotiating a “contract” with the dominant, the submissive has the opportunity to renegotiate, limit, and agree, the slave surrenders completely, renounces her rights, and wishes to replace them with those of his master, to whom he now belongs. This is a major difference between the two roles. It is up to the submissive to decide whether or not to do something each time. Slave’s desires are restricted in order to please master.

The submissive, according to some, begins by accepting herself and learning from BDSM reading, and with a master she learns about herself and her nature, and she pushes her own boundaries while discovering its hidden pleasures. All the way up to finally accepting or abandoning the path of submission, until it’s finally accepted as such.

Even though a submissive seeks satisfaction for her achievements as one, a well-trained slave only finds happiness in her master’s satisfaction. For example, if the dominant wants to have sex with a third party, the submissive has the freedom to change the situation to suit her tastes, something that a slave would not have.

Even though your tolerance limits for what is abusive are higher as a slave than they are as a subject, the reality is that as long as you do not have a pathology that prevents you from distinguishing between fictional reality and the real world, you always have the option to leave and you should always set a limit. It is the duty of the dominant to ensure the health of the submissive.

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