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Saturday, 11 July 2015

Q&A from D.R .DOM'S KINKY TAKE OVER

 Here are some of the questions and answers from the event.

How Dominant  are  you when your in the Dom  /sub role?

 I can calm and soft. Sometimes I hold myself back. But there are time I would really like to let go.  I despise any pain what so ever. The red mist syndrome. But when I do let go I do really enjoy myself.

 What triggers you to go from your normal self to 
the Dom in side?

  I realised when I was in my 5 year as a sub. My Domme knew me so well. Better than myself.  She taught me so well.  I learnt so much from her.

 You have been both Sub and Dom. Is it more about the pain or pleasure  for you and would you ever give it up ?

 For me.... It's about the control I have with the tease. Knowing that I have control of release.

Would you  ever give it up being a Dom/Sub?

  It's my life. It's so in me I could never give it up. 
 I have walked away for a while but I always come back.

 Have you ever had a Male sub or have they
 always been women?

 I had a male sub for a short while. (Old leather Guard).

 How do you know  when you meet someone that he 
or she is a s/d?

 A season Dom can see within.  My sub wanted me to take her but I refused at first,  she wasn't ready

 You have said that you are the caring dom..... have you ever  drawn blood by accident  with a sub .?And has a Dom ever drawn your blood?

 Yes.  I've had blood drawn in an extreme play   --   It explains why I don't cross that line

How do you to discern a poser from a dependable, 
balanced dominant gentleman?

  A poser will ask you for pictures of you naked even before you ask questions.  This really annoys me no end.

 Have you ever had a scene go wrong & if so, how did you handle it? And what do you do for aftercare?

 Never in my time have I had a scene go wrong,   I enjoy aftercare because it allows me to be really soft.



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