Crazy Love
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2005-01-31 11:00:39 (UTC)


From: TheLadyDusky 5/26/2004 6:38 pm
(162 of 222)

Our relationship is difficult to define, even by D/s
standards. Sex is actually just a small part of the

There is no pain involved, either physical or emotional. I
am a very tightly sealed person. For example- If left in a
room alone, I'll pick a spot and stay there until I'm told
to do something. I won't look around or say anything.

Andrew is a positive Dom. Instead of restricting me
further, he insists that I look around and explore my
surroundings. In every area of my life, he draws me out.
When people think of D/s relationships, they think of one
person being abused in some fashion, being bossed around,
or restricted in some way. That is pretty much how I was
raised, being completely dominated and pushed down. Not
nearly as bad as others here endured, but enough to make an

Andrew turns this on it's ear. Instead of telling me I am
not permitted to have needs, ideas, and emotions, he
insists that I do. When I have difficulty with this, he
supports me. He does not yell, and there is no wrong answer.

I guess the best analogy I can come up with is that Andrew
provides boundries for me. But instead of making my world
smaller by shrinking them, he expands my world by enlarging
them. He is my lover, my teacher, and my biggest

Andrew is the sheltering tree under which I am free to play
at last.