Dom's Guide To Submissive Training, Volume 1
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Dom's Guide To Submissive Training: Step-by-step Blueprint On How To Train Your New Sub. A Must Read For Any Dom/Master In A BDSM Relationship (Men's Guide to BDSM) (Volume 1)
A Dom/sub relationship doesn’t just happen. It is a finely crafted and designed system of expectations and joys. In order for you and your submissive lady to “fit” one another and create a lasting, happy union there must be a period of training.
It does not matter if your sub has thirty years of experience in submission or just read 50 Shades of Grey and decided to try it herself. She will need to be trained for the best relationship to emerge.
"Dom's Guide to Submissive Training" was specifically written for doms/masters. It is designed to provide you with a step-by-step blueprint on how to train your new sub. It goes from preparation all the way down to the closing ceremony including advanced techniques & tips.
Training can be one of the most exciting, challenging and fun parts of the relationship. A well-trained sub will not only serve you in the capacity you deserve, but will have built up the two most important elements in any BDSM relationship – trust and consistency. Following the instructions in this guide will allow you to show yourself as a worthy master, who is in control, experienced and able to guide you both to the best possible life.
registering objections to their Doms. During training that is even truer because she is in a position where she is supposed to accept everything you say/do as law. So, it is not fair or really even informed consent if you ask her to commit to a tattoo or brand while she is in training. She doesn't know how to say no, and ends up with a yes she was coerced into. Save the big stuff for a later time. Chapter 7: The Closing Ceremony You should have known the date for your closing ceremony
change. For many women things like scat, urine drinking, unprotected sex with strangers, cutting, branding or permanent scarification are hard limits. Soft Limits: Things she is saying she doesn't want to try or do, largely because she has never done them and she has a fear based response to them. After the relationship develops more trust and power some of these limits may be stretched and challenged. Once you have established her limits, you can proceed to come to an agreeable set of
clear. Instruct your submissive as to what she may call you and when it is appropriate to deviate from that title. The title, "Master" is the most common because it implies an authoritarian, disciplinary and loved relationship. Other choices may be: "Sir," "Daddy," "My Lord," or "Owner." When a sub calls you Master as your title, it is preferable to allow her to also refer to you as "Sir" when answering a question. It is easier/shorter to say and conveys the respect you deserve. Make sure to
than you) and she should never make eye contact without permission. The proper posture for a submissive in the same room as her master is to be beneath him (on the floor if he is on the couch) kneeling down (back of the thigh resting on the calf-legs slightly open) with her eyes to the floor and her arms laying atop her legs, palms up. She should not look up or rise without permission. The other position she should get used to performing is offering herself to you in sexual submission. For that
women avoid it out of mental or emotional issues, not fear. Again, start slowly by having her lick and kiss your bottom, then direct her to run her tongue up and down the crack of your ass, stimulating the perineum. When she sees how aroused this will make you, she will feel more comfortable licking or gently sucking your anus. Anal service reinforces a submissive's willingness to open her whole self to you. It is a tremendous area of trust which needs to be handled respectfully and