Switch discrimination?

Switch discrimination?

carenautilus carenautilus
I'm fairly active in my local kink community. While ninety percent of people I meet are completely cool with my switching (and many switch themselves), ten percent seem to think I'm not a "real" kinkster. Have any of you experienced this? What do you think it means to be a "real" switch, sub, dom, etc?
08/24/2011
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Princess-Kayla ♥ Princess-Kayla ♥
I think that's ridiculous. Just because you like to switch doesn't mean you're not a real kinkster. 90% of the time, I'm a sub, but every now and then, I like to try to be a top. It doesn't make it any less "real".
Don't listen to silly people like that.
08/25/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
My Man and I don't switch. We're pretty hard wired into our D and s roles. (He's the Dom.) But, it makes no difference to me what other people do or enjoy. My sexual fun is not effected in any way by what other people do consensually with each other.

Switching for other people is fine with me. It just doesn't work for us. I don't care, personally, how much of a "kinkster" others think I am. I know what's what in my mind and in my bed.
08/25/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
I don't think there's any such thing as one true way to be kinky, but apparently some people do, and I've been told I'm not a "true" Dom because I switch. It hardly matters to me, I'm not a Dom, I'm a Switch, and I like it that way.
08/25/2011
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
They're being silly pretentious douchewaffles for belittling you for something that has no bearing on their lives.
08/25/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Meh, labels...

Do what you like and like what you do, to heck with other people and their nay-saying ways.
08/25/2011
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Unique posters: 6