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Tell Me About … Safety #60

The topic for this time on Tell Me About … is SAFETY, but first I would like to thank all of you who linked up posts about Wants and Needs the last time. Your posts this time really got me thinking and I enjoyed the different perspectives and interpretations of the prompt. I realise that everyone is busy, but if you have the time to comment on posts too, that is always encouraging for those who have written them and much appreciated.

Featured Post

This week I would like to highlight the post I tell you what I want – what I really really want by Deviant Succubus. As usual DS writes a post which is detailed, open and honest and which covers many different aspects of wants and needs, examining how that works in her dynamic. Her writing is always so relatable and I see so much of myself in what she says. Check out DS’s post by clicking on the link below.

Safety

Safety is such an important part of D/s. This time we are asking you to Tell Us About safety and how you plan and make sure that it is paramount. Are there times when you have not felt safe? Why did that occur and what happened? What are your feelings generally about safety and has it changed due to D/s? Feel free to interpret the prompt in any way you wish; you might want to consider not only safety during play, but emotional safety in a power exchange and/or online safety.

Please share your thoughts about Safety and then link for us here on Tell Me About

If you are looking for ideas and suggestions for other prompts which might link to our topic then why not check out the Blogable Meme Calendar for ideas and suggestions.


Tell Me About …. is about creating a resource so if people wish to link more than one relevant post or link an older post, that is fine.

If you are new then please check out the rules and then take part by adding your post using the linky tool at the bottom of the page. Remember to display the Tell Me About … badge on your post, and  please comment on the other posts and promote on social media where possible.

If you want more information on exactly how to add your posts to the range of memes and projects out there, then why not check out the Blogable post, Memes: Adding a Meme Badge and Linking your Post to a Linkup

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