Everything you need to know about Domming.
With the help of Dom and sex Educator, Lola Jean
A Dom’s role.
- Shame-Based – sexualizing shame or taboo mentally or physically
- Objectification – image-based sexualization or physical acts
- Service-Oriented – someone who thrives off of validation, following rules, knowing what is expected of them and/or making others happy
- Brat / Fight for Top – an individual who requires a specific tension and dynamic for varying reasons. They can be looked at as a puzzle or a fun challenge. Not necessarily to be “tamed” but perhaps to be allowed to run wild and free within a contained non-physical spac
Why do people enjoy being dominated
How to implement sexual dominance in public
Small gestures, between the two of you, can be a way to cultivate intimacy in public. Your submissive can wear a particular outfit or undergarments you picked out for them, perhaps being a little secret that you share.
Example: A gentleman who attended one of my Domming class once asked how to approach a new submissive who identified as a little and wanted him to take the Dom Daddy role. This was hard for him to embody as he feels most at home as a more demanding, stern military type. I asked him if he could adjust the framework. An important piece within Dd/lg is the protection and care which is especially important in the beginning and end. What if he started as the caring Daddy and his personality *switched* at some point, then towards the end he’d “snap out of it” and explain “I’m sorry darling, I don’t know what came over me.” Then proceed to provide ALL the aftercare.
Common mistakes doms make
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