Finding Your Domme: A Practical Guide
So many men out there are desperate to meet a kinky and dominant woman, or a “domme.” But it is hard! Most submissive men will have their work cut out for them to find the kinky, dominant woman of their dreams. There are a lot of possible reasons for this. Men can feel uncertain about the “rules” of dating in the kink world. They may be unsure how to build an effective online presence. In fact there a whole range of potential pitfalls to avoid. Wouldn’t be great if a practical, sensible guide existed to make the process of meeting a domme easier? Well, now there is!
Announcing a new Men Submit resource: Finding Your Domme
We’re pleased to announce the release of Men Submit’s first book, “Finding Your Domme: Practical, Step-by-step Advice for the Submissive Man Seeking a Dominant Woman.” Written by a dominant woman and a submissive man with years of shared experiences, this book is a practical, step-by-step guide for greatly increasing your chances of finding the woman you seek.
What you’ll find in the book
There’s a lot going on between the covers of this book. The reason? finding the right person in the kink world is a surprisingly complex and taxing pursuit. It just isn’t easy or advisable to discuss the topic in the space of a few bulleted points. There are no short-cuts when it comes to the human heart. Here are the topics you’ll learn about in in Finding Your Domme.
Part One: Understanding Yourself
You could think of this section as a dating preparedness boot camp. The purpose here is to help you build a good foundation of self-understanding. You might feel pretty sure that you know what you want and what kind of person you are seeking. However, once you begin to actually get actively involved in finding someone, things can move quickly and in unexpected directions. It is all too easy to suddenly find yourself in a situation where you are not sure how to proceed. It’s in exactly this situation that mistakes are made and opportunities are squandered.
Therefore, before we go too deep into the practicalities of finding your domme, it’s good to delve into a few important questions.
- What are you looking for?
- What are you afraid of?
- Are you prepared to spend time thinking about all these important questions and to revisit them, as you change and grow?
These are the kinds of questions that we’ll guide you through in this part of the book.
Part Two: Finding Your Domme Online
This is where things get juicy! Part Two takes the burgeoning self-understanding you have hopefully acquired through applying yourself to Part One, and dives right into the question of how you find that special domme. We’ll explore simple and effective ways in which you can increase your chances of approaching someone online, giving you some practical examples of what and what not to do.
Part Three: Finding Your Domme At An Event
In part Three, we take the same ideas you explored in part Two and we apply them to how you might meet someone face-to-face, at a kink event. We explore the kinds of events that are out there, and which ones it is best for a single submissive to focus his energy on.
Part Four: Dating in the kink world
In part Four, we look at the process of dating and first encounters, and how you ensure that you are both safe and putting your best foot forward. This involves paying attention to your attitude, your preparation and your behavior during the encounter. We’ll look at each of these in turn and give you some practical, advice on how to be at your best.
Based on hard won experience as well as detailed research on the experiences of many kinky people who have braved the singles kink scene, this book is the ideal companion guide for the submissive man who seeks to find the domme of his dreams.
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BetaBoy is the submissive hubby of Alphadomme. He loves writing, reading and generally living the adventure of making a female led relationship work. As geeky as he is kinky, he has a range of niche interests he'd be more than willing to share with you if you leave too long a pause in the conversation. He also likes to think that he is tall for his height and young for his age,