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Old 02-29-2012, 04:57 PM
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Hi there and welcome. I primarily ID as a masochist, but I'm a switch too, though it usually takes a good beating to put me into subspace. Both Runic Wolf and Wendigo are dominant, but the three of us don't live together and most likely never will. My only suggestion is to not refer to both of them by the same name in that situation, though that may not be an issue for you if your partners are male and female.
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:00 PM
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Everyone does D/s differently, so there's no easy answer to your question. It might be worthwhile to sit down and have a discussion about what D/s means for everyone involved, why they were drawn to it, how it has played out in their histories, what works for them, what doesn't work, particularly in each of their past relationships.

First figure out what the word "dominant" means for the two D-types, and that may give you some way to start working out how their styles might mesh in the same household.
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