Professional BDSM

Yesterday I received an email from a fetishistic New Yorker telling me about his thoughts and opinions. Too long to put it here in full, but there are interesting points and others in which I disagree.

In principle he is wrong on something because, although not many, there are also men dedicated to professional Domination but don’t have the same diffusion and acceptance than women. And there are also professional submissives, that is not usually talk about them.

Even go further, although I’ll give another approach … usually when we talk about professional BDSM, people generally think of a Dominatrix, and more than one rolls up his nose. Remains somewhat socially unaccepted, although those who fill their mouths against the professional Domination send Private Messages fairly dragged later. But … is that only pro Dommes practice professional BDSM? Because, let me open your eyes, whoever lives of BDSM is dedicated in any way to BDSM professionally.

Those who organize BDSM events, selling clothes, furniture, toys, serving drinks in a BDSM club, offering items online or in a physical store, BDSM social networking websites with quotas, producers, actors, directors, distributors of BDSM movies, etc, etc, etc … are not them also dedicated to a professional manner?

It is very easy to criticize others, but of course there is some sector (read pro Dommes) who is the only one rejected in the most closed minds.

The message of the New Yorker not only spoke of this and it’s always nice to talk to someone coherent and intelligent, so I will reserve some of these topics for other posts.

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