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2 responses to “Floating Back to Earth: Aftercare in the Scene”

  1. lysistrata

    I am a new to this world of dominance and submission. I found dozens of blogs and articles for submissives, mostly written by submissives. I was left wanting to understand more about the motivation of the dominant. What is going in their minds? How do they respond to any particular scene? I found your website and appreciated all the articles I found. Very well written by dominant men who are empathetic and care about their impact on their subs, going really deep into the emotional reality of the dom/sub relationship. This article about after-care confirmed what I felt is absolutely necessary by my master to help me healthily cope with an intense scene and respect him as a human being with good intentions and a sane mind that also needs care and appreciation, just like his sub… I will be coming back to read more!

  2. Morgan

    Thank you for the wonderful feedback lysistrata! It’s great to hear that the DG is helpful for you. Honestly, when I started writing for the site, my dearest wish was/is to provide a source of solid, ethical information and hopefully lots of inspiration for new Dominants. I didn’t realize how many submissives would also find a lot of the information helpful. That’s like icing on the cake. :)

    Do you mind if I use some of your words as a testimonial for the site?

    And as an aside, not all of the writing here is done by men. I’m genderfluid, physical female and I’m the lead contributor. I’m not sure about a couple of the other contributors. One at least is male, but I think at least one other is female. Meh. I don’t know. It doesn’t matter really. I just want to help dispel the stereotype of Dominants as “men”. Not always. :)

    Thanks again for the lovely comment.

    Feel free to write if you have any specific questions, either through the Ask Anything page (tab at top of screen) or to me.

    Morgan

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