2 months ago • 03/08/2021 3:21 am
MisterAshmodai(dom male) • 03/08/2021 3:21 am
On both sides of this equation, boundaries are key. If no boundary is set, then (as unpopular of an opinion as this might be), there is no rule or standard defining what is ‘correct’ beyond that you should speak to your partner before attempting anything you are unsure about. Personally, I would not place a boundary on any of my s type partners that they are not allowed to flirt outside of the dynamic of my own accord. I am more than confident enough in myself that they are not going to risk our dynamic for someone else, and if they were to find someone else who is legitimately better for them than I, then as much as that sucks for me, I am not going to tie them down.
Now, if a boundary is set and agreed to within the dynamic, it should be respected in as much as that dynamic is respected.
On the flip side, there are unspoken connotations to reciprocated flirtation, and as adults, we are all aware of this. Making your own boundaries known at the get-go is important. This way, the other party understands what they are getting into and there are no hard feelings at the end of what could be a lot of effort for someone in active pursuit of a partner. Ideally, they would politely back out in this case, knowing that you are committed elsewhere; or the flirtation continues all in good fun as neither side is expecting more to come.