Dom Vs Master...

Discussion in 'General BDSM discussions' started by Rahul, Feb 2, 2013.

  1. Rahul

    Rahul New Member

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    Is there any differences between a Dom and a Master or they are just the same?
  2. Rahul

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    I feel there is a huge difference between them which can be identified with time and relationship.
    To start with .... every Master is a Dom indeed but not necessary every Dom is a Master...

    A Master is the one who leads the way....not necessary a Dom always does that....
    A Master is a a trainer who trains a sub in every aspects of a lifestyle, be it in social or in fetish.....but a Dom can be a trainer in true sense only in certain areas related to kink or fetishes and found very less in social.
    A Master is a guide who enlightens the way of a sub on the journey to submission not always found the same in a Dom. A Master always give a new dimension and take her to a next level of submission helping her in overcoming her limits and succeeds in stretching her up make her to identify herself.once again in her new form, whereas a Dom may or may not focus on all this aspects.

    To make someone submit always don't need a dominant skill. It can be even done with love and by some sweet soft words if at all a sub is judged well of her sentiments and emotions and who is can be more better judge than a Master.

    A master is a good creator, it's he who identifies the weaknesses and strengths of a sub as he the Master of her mind too and then transform it into a new shape with full of elegance, after all it's he who gave the shape of the beautiful pot from just the wet clay. Whereas a Dom may or may not in all true sense.

    A Master spends time to tame first before hunting as he believes that if a mind is made under the control then body will follow at the later part, but not necessary a Dom does the same at all time.

    We can say a Master is he who remains a Master of a sub for ever, but Dominant can be a Master only for a certain period but may not be for long.
  3. sebastian

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    Rahul, are you actually asking a question, or are you asking a question just so you can answer it? In other words, do you actually want anyone to respond to this? I can't tell.

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    Well looks like I'm not needed here as you solved your own query. Good job!
  5. Smallest

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    What they said. I'm kind of confused. I should probably just merge all of Rahul's posts into a "Rahul's Random Opinions" post.
  6. Rahul

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    @All....Ofc, its my query and i want to know a bit more about it. Coming to my response over it, its just what i guess it should be. That's what is my take on to my query. I want to know from you all, is there anything i left out or i have still some more things to add up in my knowledge list?
  7. VladHarkonnen

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    I think the difference is in the mind of the definer...

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