5 days ago. May 21, 2020, 3:18 PM
My Dragon Evolution
"Dragon play is an emerging sexual identity within the pet play community.
Dragon play puts a uniquely significant focus on self-improvement. While self-betterment is common in pet play as a part of the d/s dynamic, in dragon play, it is arguably the most important aspect.
A dragon is trained and encouraged by their master to rise like a phoenix and grow into the best version of themselves that they can be. This version of themselves should seem imposing, intimidating, and grand compared to their old self; to train as a dragon is not to learn how to eat better, be more productive, and get better sleep, but to become the most grand, successful version of themselves possible, and to work to reach goals that scare them to even think about.
A dragon seeks to one day grow more fantastic than their master. Their master must either rise to the challenge… or accept their sub as the increasingly powerful dragon that they are becoming.
An owned dragon wants its master to teach it where its limits are and flirt beyond them. Their master may train them in fire play or take it into other RACK territories.
An owned dragon loves being owned, but it dares its master to keep up with its power. It wants to be tamed, but it needs someone strong enough to tame it.
A dragon should seek to make their master in awe of them.
Their master should seek to be able to rip away all the power and skill that they’ve developed and remind them how helpless they still are. Though in theory this may sound harsh or cruel, it’s very therapeutic after working as hard as dragons do.
You do not need to be a dragon to live a dragon’s lifestyle–I personally identify as a kitten for the aesthetic, but have been living through the dragon play lifestyle for two years. (Does that make me a Chimera?)
You also don’t need to be owned to live this lifestyle, as a dragon is not naturally a pet at all."
Whether a dragon, slave, submissive, etc., my theory in BDSM is that their Master/Mistress should train them in ways that uplift them, build self-esteem. For me it was taking me down to my primal level and be raised up into a Dominant, the Fiery Phoenix. Were I was released of my Collar now free to use my training to my new dragon, slave, submissive, etc., that comes into my life. This training not only encompasses proper etiquette but also patience, discipline, communication skills, rules and rituals, and of course for me sex magic, toy knowledge, etc. This is the well-rounded Dragon Dominant - not limited to one gender for both male and females can be a Dragon Dominant. Thus BDSM relationship is not all about sex, kinks or fetishes. It's about healing, creating, individuality that has moral and values to be worthy to call themselves a Dragon.
"No, I would not want to live in a world without dragons, as I would not want to live in a world without magic, for that is a world without mystery, and that is a world without faith."
Therefore, BDSM has come to be called by me: " Romantic BDSM."