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I'm 23 now; In the BDSM lifestyle for four- almost five years now. I am a 24/7 slave with a wonderful Daddy/fiancee: who is artcomet.blogspot.com. But as you will see in this blog are the emotions that I go through each and every day- in and out of the lifestyle. This is to show how much I've grown and bonded with my Daddy, how I've dealt with 'the world", and how I dealt with people in the BDSM lifestyle; Enjoy.

March 20, 2012

Thoughts on protocol of my lifestyle.....

Is a sub/slave expected to show respect to a Dom/Master by the use of "Sir" and the use of capitalization during idle chat? Is it expected? Should it be? How were you taught concerning such maters?

 Someone wrote:But in a public chat room respect and courtesy go hand in hand with protocol, and I think that a sub not using proper capitalization and using Sir and Ma'am appropriately is a reflection on the Dom/me that trained or currently controls him/her.

 And i disagree with that completely. Using sir or ma'am, is with giving them. And i think respect is earned through a time, and not having to go through protocol. Even if you are not their sub and such, i dont see that you have to say that to them, but of course still use manners, and be polite to them though.

 I dont think it is expected to say that to anyone but their Master or Mistress. As it shows respect and also that you see them fit as that. And with that, i dont think it should be used in idle chat at all. Like for example, if you are chatting idle, and you keep saying sir, it may look like you are obeying Him or Her. And i think it should not be expected at all.

 I was taught to have manners though and be polite to everyone. But with anyone, i can not say sir or ma'am to any of the Doms and Dommes. As it is part of my rules. Now does that show reflection to how my Daddy taught me, being bad? No, it shows that why are you suppose to show hey i know you are in the lifestyle and i respect that, when they come in, and say, hey bitch come over here, and not care if you are owned and what. I think that it goes hand in hand with it, but for the most part, should be kept out entirely.

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