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Drugs...

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Hello.... Today I had a guy book me for a sub session with a dome too. whilst discussing the exact requests he had i said he wanted my domme to fource me to take drugs. I said this is not a possibility. (I dont do drugs and am not willing to jus to get his rocks off.)

he then said im not submissive and not advertise that i am.

now i thought most guys would be happy that girls are substance free??

i jus dont get it :confused:

xxx

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AVOID!! He sounds dangerous. GBH or Rohypnol and other drugs are fucking terrible it can kill you. Don't see him for goodness sake. He could do anything to you and you might not wake up!!

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AVOID!! He sounds dangerous. GBH or Rohypnol and other drugs are fucking terrible it can kill you. Don't see him for goodness sake. He could do anything to you and you might not wake up!!

YEA!!!! i put it on the Bad Client List on the site i advertise on...bloody nutter x

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Submissive doesn't mean you have to do EVERYTHING you are asked. I mean he could ask you to cut your hand off or jump out of the window and break your legs, but you wouldn't do it!

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His request seems totally out of order, especially his claim that because you have refused his (unreasonable) request means that you are not a genuine sub.

Anyone who offers themselves as a sub still has a right of veto, the right to say no. For your own safety that MUST always be the case.

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Agreed, the idiot sounds like a complete psycho. Who's to say what would be in the stuff he was trying to give you anyway? I smoked a bit of dope at Uni (years and years ago :confused:) but never EVER took anything chemical. Prescription drugs can have bad enough side effects and they're subject to very strict medical trials, goodness knows what poison is in some of the horrendous powders and pills on the street. This guy is dangerous and I think you should put him on the dangerous client board so he can't prey on those less able to stand up for themselves. Glad you got out of it ok.

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Hello.... Today I had a guy book me for a sub session with a dome too. whilst discussing the exact requests he had i said he wanted my domme to fource me to take drugs. I said this is not a possibility. (I dont do drugs and am not willing to jus to get his rocks off.)

he then said im not submissive and not advertise that i am.

now i thought most guys would be happy that girls are substance free??

i jus dont get it :confused:

xxx

That's the trouble with advertising that you're a subbie. You appeal to the borderline psychopaths and then one day it won't be so borderline...

In the end you'll have to pay more for security than you earn. Just a thought.

Jack

PS there was a subbie on the other site who said about bareback "I may be a subbie but I'm not mad". I like feisty women so long as someone else is married to them.

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Submissive doesn't mean you have to do EVERYTHING you are asked. I mean he could ask you to cut your hand off or jump out of the window and break your legs, but you wouldn't do it!

Yeah, exactly along the lines of what I was about to say! I mean, really, what girl in her right mind would actually agree to that request?!

Keep safe Candy xxx

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Real danger, sounds like real nutter!

Keep safe x

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Totally agree with the others on here. Not only is this guy a complete nutcase but he's trying to drag somebody else down with him.

Aside from that with a more cold business view of the situation, if anybody somehow got wind that a WG was actually on drugs punters would rightly avoid her like the plague. I know i would.

Being a sub only means you're submissive to his sexual whims and that sure as hell doesn't mean sticking garbage into your body.

I say *out* this fruitcake.

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Please tell me you dont allow guys to tie you up. Anything could happen to you.

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It's one thing to enjoy submissive activities in your private life, but it's a different game when you're with a client. After a couple of months, I withdrew submissive services from my repertoire, and found it made no difference to my business, and made my job a lot easier. It's a win-win situation.

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For a submissive relationship, the sub has to trust the dom. He might push her limits, but she'll trust he knows what he's doing. And making her take drugs before they've even met is not something that inspires trust, to put it mildly.

I don't see how D/s can happen at a first meeting with a solo lady. Joining a master and his sub is the best way to start, I think.

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AVOID!! He sounds dangerous. GBH or Rohypnol and other drugs are fucking terrible it can kill you. Don't see him for goodness sake. He could do anything to you and you might not wake up!!

Do you mean GHB (gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid)? Yes it is very dangerous.

Having said that, GBH is not that healthy either.

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Do you mean GHB (gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid)? Yes it is very dangerous.

Having said that, GBH is not that healthy either.

Yes thats what I meant. Really bad news, thanks darling xx

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Just an observation in passing...

People tend to talk about 'drugs' in the same ill-defined way as they talk about 'prostitution'. There's a world of difference between smoking a spliff once in a while and having a 24/7 crack habit, just as there is a difference between an independent escort who offers sexual services on a part-time basis and a street hooker who's hanging around the RLD all hours of the night.

Blanket definitions of 'drugs' are no more accurate than blanket definitions of 'prostitution'.

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