Vanilla vs FemDom lifestyle

210Yeah, I also tried at a certain moment a vanilla relationship. But, after several failed attempts and huge amounts of boredom, not to mention how much I loathe that my decisions are questioned or the dramas because of jealousy and nonsense, I came to the conclusion that I had to be consistent with myself and be what I am.

It was not something that happened from one day to the next, since everything takes time, so I was taking steps slowly, so things were taking shape. I did not give up anything, but chose what pleases me and went making decisions to integrate my lifestyle in daily life.

And no, my slaves and I don’t live in a world apart, we are not a sect or a secret society filled with obscurantism. Quite the contrary. We are normal people, the kind that you come across every day in the street, who exchange greetings in the elevator or who are at the table next to the restaurant where you eat.

The differences with the rest of the people are subtle and you will have to look for a lot to realize small unimportant details. As when any of my companions stirs the sugar in my coffee and give it back to me when it’s mixed, holds my umbrella if it rains, opens the doors of shops or car, carrying my purchases, is silent if I do not want to talk or looks down when our eyes meet.

“Oh, but … I’m married.” Great. If your conventional marriage makes you happy, good for you. Your relationship is not better or worse than mine. We have simply chosen different things.

And even being your relationship of any kind, you need not live full time FemDom because there are many other ways to do it and nobody is forced to give up anything.

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2 Responses to Vanilla vs FemDom lifestyle

  1. albie says:

    Thank you for Your intelligent writing on FemDom. Sadly, it’s lacking on the internet and elsewhere.

    Too bad I live in the US.

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