When I connected with the BDSM community in 2008, I found so much more than a way to engage my kinks: a place to explore BDSM as well as my deepest human nature. For me, kink is not only sexual, but spiritual, emotional, and psychological, as well as a profound path for self- and other-exploration; in other words: intimacy, which may be my biggest kink. With years of mentoring, ministering, coaching, and teaching under my belt, I'm excited to share my ever expanding knowledge and experience with Dominant Guide readers, in a mutual learning process with you and the whole kink community. Rev was the lead author for Dominant Guide from 2012 to 2015

5 responses to “What Does it Mean to be a Protector?”

  1. Lu

    I came across your site a few days ago and I have learned quite a few things already. I want to thank you for your insight and your guide. Although I have been in the lifestyle on and off for over ten years I am still a newbie with a constantly growing love and appreciation for BDSM. I live in Hollywood, FL and I am trying to find a mentor do you have any suggestions on how I can achieve this?
    Thanking you in advance,
    Lu
    P.S. I am a Black, bi -sexual, sensual, female dominant.

  2. Naksetamun

    Yet another great article, the “don’t assume” part really is sinking in…. Especially in assuming that that “protect/protected by” option on FL, or in real life, would never be an option to bother with. Thanks for clearing it up, can’t wait to see what comes up in the future about mentoring…

    By the way Rev. Morgan, I dropped you an email reply… Just checking to see if it happened to make it back to you!
    =)
    -N

  3. Little John

    Just joined FetLife and found your website looking for info on some subjects. Thanks for sharing your knowledge from a perspective beyond immediate sexual gratification. I believe I have a lot to learn here.

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