May 21, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to Slave as object vs slave as being Human/pet how does it change the dynamic overall?

New reply from Iwillsubmit

<p> <em>I would think you would have to first really, REALLY love someone in order to be able to give up so much of what makes a person human in order to serve them.  And you two were just starting out…</em></p>
<p>Yes just a few months and master is so very brilliant at teaching me things about myself that weird lifelong feeling inside that I had not been able to identify he saw in me. I feel so indebted to his concern and kindness for me in the very initial stages of my Awakening to who I am, I feel I became confused with desire to please him and obligation. Well I only wish to give him exactly what it is he desires, after much soul-searching I realize to give him what he desires I must remove myself so he can replace me with that which is capable of becoming that which he desires. At this point in my infancy, I am not capable. I do wish to become someone's property to belong to someone in every sense of the word but I am aware that this will take time and practice and experience and master has too many things that take up his time and even though I've been studying and reading and coming here I know I need training properly because I keep making mistakes and so now I'm unsure of how to proceed because I didn't know I was who I am until after I was with master I have never been single and in this lifestyle so it's going to be interesting if anything</p>

Original Post by Iwillsubmit

Slave as object vs slave as being Human/pet how does it change the dynamic overall?

<p>I am wondering if anybody has any experience with this I find Ultimate freedom in complete submission to master, however I cannot become the object that he deserves for this dynamic. Does anyone have any experience with having a slave that it's not an object but remains human or parapet rather than inanimate object. And how being an object would be better for the master-slave dynamic or how being adamant could be better or worse unable to find any literature thank you</p>

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