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Weirdololol October 11th 2017 07:21 PM

Bdsm. Help
 
I'm 16 and into bdsm and I don't know what to do. I'm really submissive. Do I need help?

.:Bibliophile:. October 11th 2017 09:46 PM

Re: Bdsm. Help
 
Hey there,

No, you do not need help. There are plenty of people who have an interest in BDSM and, if a BDSM relationship is healthy and both people are consenting, both people can end up being quite happy.

I think that society does tend to look down on people who have alternate interests. I have friends who are into BDSM and I have gone to some events with them and it has really helped me to get an understanding. BDSM is something that interests me to an extent but due to my own past I do not think that I would be okay being in that type of relationship.

I think that you could do some research about healthy BDSM relationships to try and get an understanding of how the relationships work.

Best of luck.

Celyn October 11th 2017 11:27 PM

Re: Bdsm. Help
 
There's nothing wrong with being into BDSM and being a submissive. However, it's always good to make sure that whenever you participate in BDSM that you are listened to and respected. Being submissive may put you in a position to be 'dominated' but that doesn't give others the permission to violate you and/or treat you badly.

I agree with the above response in learning what a healthy and unhealthy relationship looks like in general, as well as safety when it comes to BDSM.

.Brittany. October 13th 2017 04:23 AM

Re: Bdsm. Help
 
Hi there,

I know a lot of people within this type of community and you need to be VERY careful. There's a lot of fake people out there, who would do anything to pretend to be a 'dominant' only to be able to beat someone up and have their way with them. You're still VERY young and there's so much to know about being a submissive.

From my personal experience, do NOT go to someone's house as a first time meeting them. Talk to them about boundaries and limits. Make sure you know a safe word.

PM me if you need anymore advice, I could go on for hours about how to be safe with this lifestyle.

Stay Safe,
Brittany

del677 October 15th 2017 05:24 AM

Re: Bdsm. Help
 
Only if you think you do.


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