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In Register. Online now. topic Next topic. Blaire Hilton Blaire Hilton. Virtual BDSM. How as a female submissive do I go about finding a dominant who is interested in this? In my 50 years experienceShort answer. It may work for some if you realize it is what it is.. Good enough for some..

Actually yes. Many people get close online and it's no less "real" then the physical thing. And it is NOT a fantasy. I take offence to that. Only someone that is ignorant and doesn't know what they're talking about with no experience in the matter that hasn't experienced it would dare to claim that. I myself have experienced it and continue to do so. It "can" be a fantasy but so can being a physical room and doing a "scene".

If you "only" make IC posts with someone and don't talk about each other on a personal level then that would be more of a fantasy. Or the equivalent of only seeing someone at a bar or club. However, it is quite possible to both talk about make posts on a personal level without it being a fantasy. The actions themselves might be in the realms of fantasy but the meaning behind the actions when done to each other can be very very real as well.

Online might not have physical but it still carries the "context" of things. Sometimes, in fact even oftentimes people end up moving into the physical after spending enough time together online. Though some are content with remaining online only. Which is not less meaningful then being together physically.

People on the net are still exactly that. And you can get close or far apart in either area. I speak both from first and secondhand experience on this. You got better odds if you can make posts even short ones will suffice and explore the more "online social" areas. Personal I'm in Furcadia, F-chat and Secondlife. Despite the focus on F-chat it's actually where I got close to someone. I did on Furcadia a long time ago exes. Still on talking terms. And Secondlife "can" work out.

If you can get serious enough with someone that isn't just "All about the online stuff only and not the real stuff about you". Maybe avoid people that "only" want to RP without even trying to get to know you. Keep in mind that it won't be easy online. It's just like life. You got to "meet" someone and get to know them. It could take months, it could takes years. Just search it. For Furcadia you got "the golden tether". F-list just pick your poison and see what works despite the nature of the site people go on their to be social too. But also be aware that it takes time for that.

Yea, it's not any simpler online. Coming from the perspective of a dom male Thinking back on a very positive relationship experience of mine, much of the time that my partner and I invested into our relationship Having said that, we did meet IRL when we could, when apart she wore her pretty discrete collar in public, and we were almost always in touch. The virtual world of BDSM, in my experience, can be a minefield. I have a real life relationship with my Dom, and we both also have an online relationship with another woman, who is submissive to Him but equal to myself.

Which is a whole different ballgame, being poly. I digress Online, I look at it much the same as you would in real life. I have seen many who are strictly online, and it is very different to real life in that it's not possible to truly play out certain aspects. That said, it's no less 'real'. For me, personally, it's about the mental connection. It fulfills what they both need, and it fits in with their real lives. The thing I've seen with online over the last several years is that many 'claim' to be Dom or sub, yet have no basic understanding of what that truly means.

So, as in real life, tread carefully when moving into a relationship with someone online. Research, research, research. Online OR real life. You cannot do enough research. And in the end, do what works for YOU. It can be what you make of it. And make sure you know what it is you are hoping to gain from it, because if you aren't going into things with a clear idea of what you hope to have, it will end badly. Just like any relationship, vanilla or BDSM. Just my humble opinion. For me that simply won't work. What others find as a success is not necessarily a success for the next guy or girl.

It's as individual as we are. The trouble will come in winnowing out the neanderthals. They will find you. You will want to to read what they say, read between the lines of what they say and decide for yourself if Dom A Dom B or Dom Z you'll get that many letters-of-interest!

Hint: If they want, no, demand phone s, photos and all that crap right away, it may not be a good fit. Or maybe it will.. I am a professional woman in real life and while my pic is my avatar I bear in mind the caveat about larger photos, especially those in degrees of undress-- and to where they are sent.. There are many people I do not want knowing I'm a kinky, twisted bitch behind closed doors. Pics, phone s, personal information-- Once they're out here, there here to stay..

That still applies even if the recipient is honorable. There are ways to intercept, hack and so-forth and to deny that reality because it's remote-- is not wise. No exceptions, no exclusions, no debating. Virtual and physical are not the same no matter how philosophical one tries to get about it. You go out with someone and the sparks don't fly, you have to face them and call it a night.

If one moves in as a "house sub" and the situation simply goes south regardless of how long the couple has talked online and seem to mesh-- then the one who does the "moving in" is out on his or her ass with maybe a bus ticket. The risk is greater in real life, and so can be the reward. Case closed, good luck and of course as with online "Hey fella, I hardly blew ya. Surely for some online works quite well, and my hat is off to them.

In my opinion to which I am entitled as much as anyone else in here, virtual and real are not the same. Each has its own audience and it is simply a personal matter that is not open to debate. One has to do what works best for them or else they'll be miserable. Here is my very simple response because i am at work lol But i believe online bdsm RP, Relationship, you name it are great for find the person that you most click with, it is safe, and you only have to give out as much information as you wish.. That being said, it wont last, eventually it needs to progress to being IRL, other wise it will being to fizzle, for example: submissive how long can you go without touching another online you do to yourself what your dom.

Tells you he wishes you to do, if you can stay dedicated to that arrangement then fine, but what if you follow your dom. When online and have people around you, you physically serve????? Are you being loyal to the online dom Or honest??? Best if you eithet stop the online or commit to being with the online Again, it is not less "real" online and I take offence that just because it's online it somehow has to translates into being dishonest.

There are also people that would want to remain online and you put them down by pretending that it "has" to go into RL. Me, personally, I'd want to go into RL eventually. But it is in no way less honest online. The none physical doesn't mean less then the physical. Wherever someone has just a online dom and has none or others IRL is another matter.

Do I have one in each area and am being honest about it? If the answer is yes then what's the issue? Does it make me less loyal to either? Well loyalty itself isn't a simple affair. But if someone follows "online orders" and goes out of their way to be their for that person, dom or not, then I'd call that being loyal.

If someone is "there" for an online and an offline dom with both knowing then I'd say they're loyal to both. If that person that follows online orders from an online dom also has another dom and both know about it then that's still being loyal and in no way has to subtract from each other. Heck, if an online dom sends you over a collar and makes an active effort to post with you when the physical dom might not want too then it can be argued that the online dom would be more "real" then the physical. Being "physical" isn't what makes things "real". It's "making the time and effort".

Along with things like honesty. That's the core of any and every relationship. Online or off. And can be just as present or if you're unlucky, absent in both areas. And online relationships DO last. Some won't of course but not every physical "friend" or even partner in real life is there forever. People meet people and they either keep in touch or move on.

That happens in both areas. And in both you get a lot of not sticking around with some that do. Quick translation in the "posting" part of my comment. An offline dom obviously won't make posts. In this case translate "posts" into "Making the time to do things together". I also want to point out that "Online relationships" tend to happen a lot and people can "assume" they're less real. By which I mean someone they are physically with Partner, mate, dom, etc might be "magically ok" with it and a lot are.

But it's still a mistake to assume.

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