| A new submissive, new to the site.
I've always had an interest in the rougher side of sex. But it's only been in the last year that I've been reading and learning more in depth about BDSM.
I haven't had any real life experience as of yet. It is something that I want to do at my own pace and I am here to learn more about the lifestyle.
Rather than a really bad chinese takeaway, my nickname refers to both sides of my personality. Because I can be very sweet, but I can also be very bitter; particularly with people I don't know well. However, I'm sure you'll find me friendly enough on the whole. I'd like to meet other subs and hear about their experiences.
Please forgive my ignorance of lifestyle etiquette, such as capitalization, etc. It's not something I'm familiar with and to pretend would feel contrived.
I was in a long-term 'nilla relationship for nearly four years, in which I couldn't explore my kinks and fantasies. Only now do I have the freedom to do so.
I'd be looking for someone to go slowly with, and to guide me through the basics.|
Someone of a similar mind not only in the bedroom.
I'm not a huge fan of props, that is not to say I am averse to the idea...Sometimes it can just seem a bit too rehearsed. They are a luxury, not a necessity.
Nothing is more of a turn on than a man who can dominate with what he already possesses. His hands, a stern look, an authoritative tone etc.
I enjoy a bit of pain, but I wouldn't consider myself a Masochist.
I like to live and lead my own life. I've always been slightly old-fashioned in my way of thinking and I tend to see men as the more Dominant party. I'd like an empathetic Dominant man who knows exactly what he wants, and how to get it. In saying that, it's not all about the taking. I love to please and serve and expect nothing in return. That said, I won't submit to just anyone. There has to be mutual respect and a mass of trust.
I have pictures, but they are only available to friends. Judge not by what you see :)
If you'd like to add me as a friend, send me a message first. It's common courtesy.