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Oh boy! Time for some more kinky opinions. As always, this reflects my personal views / philosophy about BDSM and is NOT meant to be a guide / rulebook / holy order on what is right or wrong in kink. You get to make your own rules and form your own ideas -- I am simply sharing mine.
That all being said, I have gotten a lot of questions from people as of late about how to make their seemingly vanilla / not as kinky / bedroom only partners into full on Dominants and I have to disagree with that on numerous levels. Just as it would be wrong, if not abusive, to try and force someone to be submissive the same can be said when one tries to mold their partner into a Dominant. This can also be seen as topping from the bottom, and can also lead to serious relationship damage or bitterness. Ultimately, no matter how much you believe you can see true Dom potential in someone, it is up to them to decide when and how they enter the scene and become that Dominant -- or not at all.
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