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Common decencies of BDSM-adept in social media

Common decencies of BDSM-adept in social media
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So the Web. Every type of communication requires ethics. And the Internet is no exception. Web-communications equal to the common everyday ones in the question of moral rules. However, the majority of people keeps forgetting about it, while on BDSM-sites.

There are several things you should never forget about.

1) Your partner doesn’t see you. He can’t understand what do you mean without looking at your body language. Therefore, he/she can’t make a full picture of your thoughts, having only 20% of information, which is taken from dry words.

2) As well as with body language we can differ common expression from sarcasm with the help of intuition. He may misunderstand something by interpreting your mood incorrectly.

In order to be understood properly, you must say more than you do in real life. Describe your feelings, current situation and everything that will let your conversant change insufficient non-verbal signs with the overwhelming symbols of text.

Common decencies of BDSM-adept in social media: Think first...1. Think first…

Here we want to introduce to you 9 rules of web-behavior:

1. Think, then write.

Internet-communication is quite straightforward: you write something and than instantly send it to the person you are talking to. That’s not right. Re-read what you’ve just typed and think, whether he gets it right. Take your time and think, is it appropriate to send person this. Isn’t it equivocal?

2. Quality, not quantity

If we speak about the topic of BDSM we need to be quite accurate in our turns of speech. Pay attention to the informativeness, and not the beautiful constructions of words in sentences. A mature person will love the truth and directness of speech. That works for both web and real-life communications.

3. Think for yourself only

If you feel, you don’t understand the previous asking of a conversant, don’t hesitate and re-ask him/her about it. Interpreting something in your own way leads to terrible consequences. Every person is a unique world that has its own mutual understanding of concepts. Literally, what seems common to you may cause a storm from another person. Sometimes this storm destroys everything you have acquired with that person after a carelessly spoken word. You don’t want that, don’t you?

Common decencies of BDSM-adept in social media: Politeness and courtesy2. Politeness and courtesy

4. Be square

There is nothing about geometric figures or new BDSM-accessories. Being unambiguous in chat is the great thing. No one bans you from flirting, but go easy on it. In real life all your half-words have 50% of meaning on a non-verbal level.

While you are on the first stage of communication, minimize circumlocution as more as you can.

5. Mind over genitals

It may seem funny to you. It is hard to imagine BDSM without sexual desire. But when you talk to a person via messenger or social media, you don’t know, what situation he is currently being in. Maybe he has some issues at work, got sick or something else. Therefore, he may confuse your friskiness with vulgarity.

6. Stay polite

Whatever your role in BDSM you must keep yourself calm and polite. It refers to Top in most cases.

Remember that person becomes your Sub, when she decides you are worthy enough for her. Until then you are equal.

Common decencies of BDSM-adept in social media: Well-bred speech3. Well-bred speech

7. Be smart

In the times of fast communication and messengers with T9 well-bred speech can be rarely found. However, it is highly required in BDSM, as you become a more interesting person to start negotiations with.

9. Don’t lose your mind

BDSM is an emotional and powerful game. It may become a big part or even a way of life. Or it may remain your tiny secret. Remember SSC, love your partner, and your sessions will become more rewarding and the connection between you – stronger.

2018-03-29

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