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Friday, May 13, 2016

Slave Training- Responsiveness

If you are trying to satisfy or please a Mistress or Goddess it is good to work on your response.
When I start training my slaves I often train with basic positions, protocols and such.  Deeper training involves reactions and response.
If you are playing with a new Mistress who does not know you or your triggers, your response could be the difference between 5 minutes of nipple torture you love or 5 minutes of single tail you abhor, or the other way around.
I don't like a lot of verbal response in My dungeon. I don't need a scrolling male voice playing out a porno fantasy dream.  I would rather he concentrate and become immersed in what I am doing.
 I like to hear gratitude from My slaves, like,
"Thank you Goddess" (verbal option)
"muffled screams" (nonverbal option)
"moans"
"panting and crying"

Sometimes I will check in and ask if they can take more if they are in some stages.  Just to make sure I am not destroying them.  
Sometimes if a slave is very young, shy or inexperienced I will train them on proper response.  In this way they will be trained to communicate with any Mistress and their experience will be enhanced.
Communication is important.
Some Mistresses are ok with you saying things like, "I don't like pain" in the middle of a session. I'm not. I see this as topping from the bottom.  You should have discussed that with Me clearly earlier before you allowed Me to get into My top mode.  By trying to direct My scene with you in the middle of it you are doing yourself a great disservice.  You cannot let go while directing and having control. For over 6 years now men have been trusting Me as professional to allow them to give up control. 
NOW a way you can communicate without giving the topping from the bottom:
"Mistress may I please make a request?"
"Yes you may speak." 
"My nipples are very sensitive and cannot take a lot of pain.  I forgot to tell you this."