Final Wishes

Discussion in 'General BDSM discussions' started by ga_tempest, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. ga_tempest

    ga_tempest New Member

    my Master is 20 years older than me and has recently started drafting His will. He told me that in the event of His death that i will be "given" to another Dominant that He will name in His will. Any thoughts on this? Is there a submissive that has experienced this?

  2. phillyskin

    phillyskin Member

    Whatever is put in the will isn't legally binding. The only way you'll be under this new doms authority is if you allow yourself to be.
  3. sebastian

    sebastian Active Member

    Philly's right. BDSM agreements have no legal status at all; one cannot legally be property, and your master has no legal power to force you to submit to another dom (or him, for that matter). So, while your master may wish for you to submit to another dom of his choosing, you are not obligated to do so except insofar as you feel a need to honor your master's posthumous wishes for you. My personal advice is that you ask your dom to introduce you to the dom he wishes to pass you to and that you be given the chance to veto the choice.
  4. master jey

    master jey Moderator

    Agreed with Sebastian
  5. P.S.Eudonym

    P.S.Eudonym Member

    Sebastian covered the important parts, however, I would like to add one small thing:
    Unless he asks/ orders you to sign a power of attorney over the issue, it is only a method of play for him. If he does indeed ask you to sign anything, get out of there.
  6. sillylittlepet

    sillylittlepet Active Member

    It doesnt matter if she signs anything, it is ILLEGAL to own people

    Thus all "contacts" are not recognized by the law, therefor she is not legally expected to do anything
  7. P.S.Eudonym

    P.S.Eudonym Member

    Quite true, but legality is not an issue here, trust and the perception of her master is. Asking her to sign something like this, in an attempt to seem pseudo legal goes beyond the game and is a hint that he means what he says on a level that is dangerous. Plus, you'd be suprised how many people believe that they can, in fact, sign away their freedom. And thats on top of the amout of people who still practice slavery in the midst of our civilization.

    I guess I could have been more clear on that initially. Sorry about that.
  8. sebastian

    sebastian Active Member

    I think it also matters how long GA has been with her master. If this is a long-term, stable relationship that has grown over the years, in which her dom has proven he is trustworthy, then asking her to sign a power of attorney, give him her paycheck, or whatever is a reasonable thing to do, and giving her to another dom may be a legitimate way for her master to provide for her when he dies. On the other hand, if they'e only been together for a few months, PS is right--it's a bad sign.

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