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Dom or Sub which is more difficult for those that switch?

Dom or Sub which is more difficult for those that switch?

Bme Bme
If you switch, do you find it harder to be Dom or Sub? Why?
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emilymileena emilymileena
It depends on how you define "harder." I'm a switch by technicality. I sub 24/7 for my dom, but occasionally I top other people to get it out of my system. Because I spend more time in subby mindset, it's more natural for me to get into that head space, and the other half sits patiently and waits.

But when I get opportunities to let my domme out, in a short amount of time I can get there too. it just takes a tad more focus, and I have to adjust some things in my brain. Like remembering they're putting trust in me vs trusting my dom not to screw up.
03/24/2014
PadoruLover PadoruLover
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Originally posted by emilymileena
It depends on how you define "harder." I'm a switch by technicality. I sub 24/7 for my dom, but occasionally I top other people to get it out of my system. Because I spend more time in subby mindset, it's more natural for me to get ...
I am the same way. I love to sub with my bf but we both are switches ao though he likes to dom every once in awhile we just (for lack of a better word) switch it up.
03/24/2014
QueerFemmeinist QueerFemmeinist
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Originally posted by Bme
If you switch, do you find it harder to be Dom or Sub? Why?
Harder to dom. I call myself a switch w sub tendencies. I enjoy either role but D doesn't come as naturally to me.
06/29/2014
anyankaleigh anyankaleigh
Way harder to dom for me. Mostly because I consider myself a sub and switch mostly pro forma (aka because my partner is also subby). subbing comes way more naturally though.
07/16/2014
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