Why Submissives are a Reflection of Their Dominant LB050

Why Submissives are a Reflection of Their Dominant LB050

John Brownstone joins Kayla Lords in episode 50 to discuss a popular idea in most local kink communities – a submissive’s behavior is a reflection of their Dominant. In this episode: The Loving BDSM One Year Giveaway is next week! Prizes will be from My Nawashi, Twisted Skrewz, Cane-iac, and both of us. The idea…

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Why Dominants Should Express Their Emotions LB049

Why Dominants Should Express Their Emotions LB049

Kayla Lords hosts episode 49 and discusses why dominants should express their emotions – good and bad, but especially the bad – and why it’s important to a long-term loving D/s relationship. In this episode: This week’s show is based on an email from a submissive friend who saw something on Fetlife from a Dominant…

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Training a Submissive in a D/s Relationship LB048

Training a Submissive in a D/s Relationship LB048

John Brownstone joins Kayla Lords in episode 48 to talk about training in a D/s relationship. In this episode: We’re planning for the one year anniversary of the podcast at the end of August with a giveaway of kinky fuckery from our favorite kinky shops. More details coming soon! After the show on responsibilities, a…

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Signs of a Bad or Failing D/s Relationship LB047

Signs of a Bad or Failing D/s Relationship LB047

Kayla Lords hosts episode 47, and it focuses on a lot of emails and messages that have come through about what’s okay and what’s not in a D/s relationship. In this episode: No John Brownstone for another week – but it’s his last week on the crazy summer schedule at work, so he’ll be back…

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Being a Parent in a D/s Relationship LB046

Being a Parent in a D/s Relationship LB046

Kayla Lords hosts episode 46 and takes on the topic of being both a parent and a kinkster in a D/s relationship. In this episode: I’m taking some time to slow down and regroup in a kinda, sorta blogging hiatus My oldest turned 11 this week. Wow. Any parent can have a D/s relationship if that’s…

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