How socially connected is your submission? Do you look for others to talk to about your submission for support or networking? Do you go to events or connect through another sort of social grouping either in person or online?
This girl is reasonably well socially connected when it comes to D/s and BDSM. She has a good network of real life friends who share either D/s or BDSM interests or both and also many people she talks to online as well. Most of the kinky friends she has met have either been through online conversations or being introduced by another friend. For example this girl has met quite a few people through JG Leathers, but also going from his example she has tried to introduce her friends that are spread out across the UK to one another 🙂
She has also made friends by going to events both locally and further afield. She sometimes goes to munches, fetish clubs and also private parties, all these things are good ways of meeting new people. Sometimes it’s difficult for this girl to initiate contact with a total stranger if she’s at an event where she knows very few people but it is something she is getting better at.
This girl is also on Informed Consent here
& Fetlife here
please feel free to add her at either of those, but at introductory message is always nice to know who you are.
This girl has also shared her thoughts about submission by writing on Luna’s website Submissive Guide. This girl has also learnt a lot about submission and other people’s views on it by reading the blogs that she has listed in the side bar and in many cases speaking to the writers.
Really this girl just likes sharing ideas and viewpoints, not necessarily always hearing ones that agree with her own, but variety is what makes it all good. Sometimes having adventures of varying types with friends is good too.
Most of this girl and Grimly’s actual bdsm play is in private rather than at clubs and so on, but she still enjoys getting out to events for the purpose of being sociable and seeing what other people get up to. It’s important really to have friends that are on the same wavelength otherwise life gets a little bit lonely and sometimes it’s good to have a friend to get in a scrape with or to share a problem with or a bottle (or many) of wine 🙂