|New and Unusual Perspective|
New and Unusual Perspective
Oct. 22nd, 2004 @ 08:43 am
So, the other night I was playing a game or something and Morgan wanders by. I stop for a snuggle and we natter at each other for a bit...and then the question comes up.
No, not *THAT* question.
He said that at some point he wanted to try co-training a sub and asked what I thought about that. I made "ok" noises and we snuggled some more and then meandered off to do our individual things.
It dawned on me, sometime between then and now, that I've never really run an ad for a couple seeking, even when I was paired up. We've got some issues to work out, too...like the fact that he's straight and I'm mostly straight. I will cop to being interested in women, but those that I would actually consider are vanishingly small. I can think of two, neither of whom are possibilities. Obviously, this isn't an insurmountable task, since we could decide two subs are necessary and carry on from there.
The thing that...concerns?...me is this: how does one *AVOID* coming off as one of those "couple seeking hot-bi-babe as live in housekeeper/maid" type couples that are searching for partners?
It doesn't always pay to advertise. This is one of those things where it would probably be best to take it slow and cautious and find someone you like as a fully developed person (who, of course, shares an interest in this sort of thing) before even beginning to broach the subject. The biggest error I've observed in people who have tried this is jumping right into the scenario without considering what the three of them are going to do during downtime -- and there has to be downtime, even in 24/7, y'know?
Just my two cents.
|Date:||June 10th, 2005 04:19 pm (UTC)|| |
you need a cute ad
Much as I'd have liked to BE that subbie, were I a tad younger, I will content my femme self with suggesting an ad:
Who loves ya? Nope, not Telly -- who'd want him on the other end of the paddle? WE, on the other hand, are way too nervous about training a slave to give you the wrong kind of grief. Tenderness: we offer the right girl BOTH kinds!
So what do you think??
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