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All I heard from colleagues and other kinksters about the books was that they were a terrible representation of BDSM, written by an outsider with a dubious grasp on the concept of consent.

I dismissed the books as irrelevant, but with the release of the movie adaptation this weekend, the buzz about has become unavoidable.

And besides at that point, as I tease away the inconsistencies, resolve the conflicts, I’m in the driver’s seat. I’ve gone through 2 poly openings of previously closed relationships, one in 2015 and one in 2009. I’ve talked extensively (e.g., here, here, and here) about the differences that were brought about because I had different primaries each time, Seth in 2009 and Skyspook in 2015 (and because I worked different jobs), but honestly, that was only part of it. He didn’t sidle up to me and say “Experienced master is here, and I’d like you to be mine.” No, we were friends for many months. In Power Circuits: Polyamory in a Power Dynamic, Raven Kaldera talks about D/s relationships existing on a continuum. Kaldera outlines the following 5 points as examples of levels on that continuum: As I looked over these categories, I knew that we weren’t Only in Scene and that we weren’t Everything Is Owned: No Recourse. And while I was fine sharing him in a vanilla capacity, my fear centers were taking issue with sharing him as a Dominant. While this wasn’t a dealbreaker , and they liked it, the mismatch led to some awkward conversations which didn’t help compatibility on our side. He’d spent some time as a switch when he was new to kink, but time and practice had borne out the reality that he was mostly a top.

Well, it made opening up my D/s dynamic a trickier proposition. I suppose it didn’t help that so much of my dynamic with Skyspook came about implicitly. So it became time to make sure we had similar expectations. Everything in poly land had gone swimmingly, beautifully even, until I saw him talking to another s-type. Yes, my Owner owned me (thus, the name), but I had never really consciously acknowledged that I believed it went both ways: That I owned him in return. And my running my nails down the husband’s neck when I kissed him? This would become a theme in our brief time dating them – their comparatively vanilla sensibilities thinking everything we did was kinky.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. The circumstances behind the request are far too complex to get into here. Maybe it's because I REFUSE to rape a passed out girl at a party, or to force one to do anything.

)Yes, this is a bdsm topic and not for the feinted of heart.

There is also more than one way to be a dom — and, as demonstrated by Christian, many ways NOT to be one. It’s all about following the rules — at least, for his submissive.

Christian breaks just about every rule he establishes for his BDSM relationship, plus several more pre-existing rules of the general social contract (like don’t fucking stalk people).

If a guy tells you he’s into BDSM, don’t assume that means he wants you to sign a contract that will allow him to dictate your wardrobe, diet, and sleeping arrangements.

This is an extreme form of BDSM, often called "total power exchange," and it gives a strict structure to not just the couple’s sex life or romantic relationship, but also to the participants’ entire lives.

It might be worth it to think about other things that turn you on, and talk with your partner about those, too.

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