Adding a Tough Love Clause to a D/s Relationship LB009

Adding a Tough Love Clause to a D/s Relationship LB009

Kayla Lords talks about a special feature of her D/s relationship with John Brownstone – the Tough Love clause. It’s what allows her to “tell” her Daddy Dominant what she thinks he needs to do in tough or stressful situations. In their 24/7 relationship, he always has the last word but the Tough Love clause…

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When Taking Care of Your Dominant Makes You Feel Less Submissive LB008

When Taking Care of Your Dominant Makes You Feel Less Submissive LB008

Kayla Lords discusses that moment when taking care of your Dominant makes you feel less submissive because you’re in charge of so much. It’s all about perception, and it may require thinking about what you’re doing in a different way. From this episode: Kayla doesn’t always feel submissive even when she’s taking care of John…

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Tasks in a D/s Relationship – LB007

Tasks in a D/s Relationship – LB007

Kayla Lords hosts this week’s episode, and it’s her longest solo show to date. She spends nearly 20 minutes discussing her tasks as a submissive in a D/s relationship. While there are no “correct” tasks that Dominants should assign to any submissive, it’s good to understand that whatever task a submissive has may serve multiple…

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Making the Switch to a Daddy Dom/Little Dynamic – LB006

Making the Switch to a Daddy Dom/Little Dynamic – LB006

Hosted by both Kayla Lords and John Brownstone, episode six of Loving BDSM focuses on making the switch from a D/s to Daddy Dom/little dynamic. Many submissives admit to recognizing themselves in the descriptions of littles or babygirls, but say that the Daddy Dom/little (or Mommy/little) dynamic isn’t for them. No, this type of relationship…

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LB005: Submissives Ask if Communication Issues are OK

LB005: Submissives Ask if Communication Issues are OK

  This week’s episode, hosted by Kayla Lords, addresses some common questions she receives from submissives about communication with their Dominants. Basically, submissives want to know if certain behaviors are normal or okay. Kayla’s answer? It depends. There’s no one right answer when you wonder if being ignored, forgotten, or avoided is “normal” or “OK.”…

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