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  1. I think it’s fair to say that we all have a general idea of how the top & bottom dynamic is supposed to work. Of course it’s going to vary depending on the person and particular nature of the relationship, but at minimum the top has to be dominant enough for the bottom to submit and the bottom also has to feel comfortable enough with the situation. So something that I’ve been wondering about is whether personality can break this dynamic and stop a person from fulfilling his or her needs. Examples of this would be someone who feels the need to be a bottom, but is naturally an independent and headstrong person. Or on the flip side, a person who wants to be a top but isn’t naturally stern. How would these sorts of people go about fulfilling their needs? Would they have to act disingenuously? Or can the top and bottom role be learned by anyone, without having to change or misrepresent personality? I’m interested to hear if anyone has any experience dealing with this so any insight is much appreciated.
  2. Hello from the east cost as well. I'll just say that even if you feel shy in bringing this up, the only way is to do your best to be bold and talk to him about it. I would suggest sitting him down and explaining your needs as directly and clearly as you possibly can, and then accepting whatever response he gives you as how he feels. I apologize if you were looking for a more detailed answer, but there are certainly other more experienced members here who can tell you more than me. Good luck though!
  3. Thanks, the input is welcome and I see your point. I just thought it would be better to put this out there rather than just do nothing.
  4. Hi all, I’m here with the goal to meet people with compatabile interests and build connections. I can be stern when I have to be but I’d say that I’m also respectful and down to earth. So if any of that is interesting to you, let’s chat!
  5. I think it would help if you are up front with your friend from the start and say this is a topic that you have a hard time talking about. That way, it can be like a safe place where you can be embarrassed at first but still try to talk about it and hopefully become more used to it. I hope that helps!
  6. All I can really suggest would be to try to find personal fulfillment from something that is outside of an intimate relationship. Because even if you were lucky enough to find exactly what you are looking for, you run the risk of becoming too emotionally dependent on the relationship and that could end up killing it. If you can get satisfaction from your life outside of relationships then you'll be happier and more likely to attract someone too.
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