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Babydoll13
4/9/2017   
 
Member So me and my husband have been together for aa while. We decided we want to take the leap into the 24/7 D/S lifestyle. We have a contract drawn up with all of the rules, limits, goals, and punishments. I am trying to wrap my head around everything and my biggest problem is my "attitude" I give him attitude when I don't agree with something and i know that won't be acceptable, but I am not sure on how to stifle my attitude. (we haven't signed the contract yet because of this) Any tips or ideas as to make the transition? Also any tips for beginniner subs would be much appreciated!

Thanks! Smile
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4/9/2017
 
Babydoll13
Member
So me and my husband have been together for aa while. We decided we want to take the leap into the 24/7 D/S lifestyle. We have a contract drawn up with all of the rules, limits, goals, and punishments. I am trying to wrap my head around everything and my biggest problem is my "attitude" I give him attitude when I don't agree with something and i know that won't be acceptable, but I am not sure on how to stifle my attitude. (we haven't signed the contract yet because of this) Any tips or ideas as to make the transition? Also any tips for beginniner subs would be much appreciated!

Thanks! Smile
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FENREX
8/26/2017   
 
Member There are a lot of things in BDSM that could or may be illegal in your area. Consequently, it can be ruled in a court of law that what the two of you are doing or practicing may be illegal and thus you cannot give your consent willingly or otherwise, however stated. As well, by providing a written contract, you are in fact creating and perhaps publicizing a document, that could prove legally harmful to either or both of you if it winds up in the wrong hands or is discovered. Have a care before you move from the fantasy into the reality of the lifestyle. Many things that were common knowledge/sense have been forgotten or lost it would seem by the TNG'rs. My thoughts, not yours, JMHO.
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8/26/2017
 
FENREX
Member
There are a lot of things in BDSM that could or may be illegal in your area. Consequently, it can be ruled in a court of law that what the two of you are doing or practicing may be illegal and thus you cannot give your consent willingly or otherwise, however stated. As well, by providing a written contract, you are in fact creating and perhaps publicizing a document, that could prove legally harmful to either or both of you if it winds up in the wrong hands or is discovered. Have a care before you move from the fantasy into the reality of the lifestyle. Many things that were common knowledge/sense have been forgotten or lost it would seem by the TNG'rs. My thoughts, not yours, JMHO.
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