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Offline Burr

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« Reply #25 on: December 28, 2004, 10:25:19 am »
I am a pretty nice master with my mate. I even let him take the reins sometimes. It's all about fun and roleplaying with us. Neither of us are out to release aggression and truly dominate. It's just to have the feeling that you are pleasing someone else and letting them do what they want. It's a nice release, IMO, and doesn't have to be over the top to be done right.
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« Reply #26 on: April 04, 2005, 12:51:00 am »
Me and my mate play around with the Master/Pet relationship sometimes. Mostly when people question and gawk at us in public when I'm walking her around on her leash. I'll inform them that she's a rare 'Keepie' and that she bites, so don't touch her. '<img'>

But otherwise, we have a pretty balanced relationship. I spoil her too much and encourange her bad habits (like biting!'<img'>. XD

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« Reply #27 on: April 04, 2005, 03:12:20 am »
I have a natuarally biased stand on this, honestly. My best friend is a dom; her sub is a bad sub: mean, not really that sub-y, mentally abusive. She cries when we are not looking. She is a strong person, but i am thinking that she has a hard time with normal (equal) relationships because she was brought up really christian, and fell out of it hard (family kind of disowned her.)

So, i try to give it credit: i've talked to others in various forms of non-traditional relationships, discussed with them the terms of their relationships, (if there is any) why they chose that type of relationship, and also what they really think of their partners candidly. Although i found many of these relationships to be loving and fair, i just can't see how it fits.

I personally cannot stand to be dominated in any way: too proud. Guy once complemented me, "you are good at that, for a girl..." I nearly punched him. I also proceeded to out-do him.
I also could never be a master: i live my life so that i create as little pain as possible, while accomplishing the greatest good i can.
I can see why people would want a pet or a master though.
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« Reply #28 on: April 04, 2005, 03:06:36 pm »
'<img'>  I think it's  not a furry thing at all. I think it's a human thing. We all wanna be loved. We all wanna be accepted. Naturaly some of us look out for others. Naturaly some of us need help. Some are leaders, and some just wanna follow because it's easyer. Because of this I think the master pet things is just an extention of the nature that already exists with each of us. In the end it's nothing really more then that. I have had alot of furz that I have helped to guide and some that have guided me a bit by no means have I ever been submissive enough to be a pet and demanding enough to be a master. It's just not natural or evenflow for me.

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« Reply #29 on: April 07, 2005, 12:12:09 am »
I am interested in a fur relationship with someone. I have a penguin costume and a open mind

someone help me, is this a cool site to meet other furry's?

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« Reply #30 on: April 11, 2005, 04:59:27 am »
Hmm... Well, both being wolves, neither I nor my husband are prone to accepting submission for any real length of time, thus the status changes around a bit.

However, as a rule, I'm the submissive pet, since I'm a massocist and hes a sadist. Lets leave the explination at that eh? '<img'>



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« Reply #31 on: April 11, 2005, 07:19:48 am »
I agree that its a human thing. Dom/sub relationships are a vehicle for people to express what they stifle in the roles they are forced into everyday, IMO. Its not at all uncommon for a powerful CEO to want to be dominated, or a seemingly docile person to secretly fantasize about bondage or <ahem> other things. Doms and subs just act on these feelings and express themselves in this way, which is consensual and safe, with the sub remaining in control.

Beyond that, I think its all a powerful mindgame. If I am a submissive, I will appear as if I am bending to your will, and I will allow you to think you're dominating me, but the extent and longevity of the relationship is completely my call.