THEY CALL ME THE TEACHING DOM
Owing to the nature of my profession, I can't post a profile photo. Sorry.
UPDATE: After some great years training numerous submissives who've taught me as much as I've taught them, I'm hanging up my paddle. I'm still happy to help to serve as a Guide to help new subs acclimate themselves to this realm and explore their submissive nature, though.
I came to the Dom/sub world rather late, having suppressed My true nature most of My life. I was the proverbial "sensitive male" as a reaction to My father's abuse of My mother. I promised Myself that I would NEVER be like that and pitied My mother for putting up with it. After some
After some years though, I realized I had gotten it wrong. All My mother ever wanted was to serve My father. It made her happier than anything else in life. The problem was in him not treasuring this profound gift. There's abuse, then there's selfish, cruel abuse, if you know what I mean.
So, if you're looking for a Dom who's going to treat you like a worthless piece of trash, it ain't Me. However, if you're looking for someone who can confidently dominate you to reach a deeper place beyond freedom while treating you as both a goddess and a slut ...
For the new subs who are exploring this realm, some unsolicited advice. Beware the trolls. The ones who send dic pics and immediately command you to get down on your knees They'll start circling around you almost immediately like sharks smelling blood in the water. I've heard of some new members who've received over a hundred messages within hours of joining.
The bottom feeders are women haters and are out to hurt you in a way you won't enjoy. Look past them, though, and you'll find great people with the same or reciprocal inclinations as you. Befriending other subs on this site can be very helpful. They will offer great advice.
Being a submissive is a spiritual and emotional journey of the soul with some great kink that makes perfect sense when you immerse yourself in the experience.
Last note: I enjoy intelligent women who are fully engaged with life. That doesn't mean an advanced degree in rocket neurology necessarily. I also enjoy playful people who can find humor in even the things they take most seriously.
If any of this resonates with you, whether you're experienced in this realm or not, I'd be happy to strike up a conversation.