Names and Honorifics

Tell Me About … Names and Honorifics #65

The topic for this time on Tell Me About … is NAMES and HONORIFICS, but first I would like to thank all of you who linked up posts about Electroplay the last time. There were only a few entries this time but I realise that not everyone has tried Electrolplay or wants to. 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.

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This week I would like to highlight the post Electricity and Me by Steeled Snake. Snake and Charmer have an amazing blog which is an excellent resource for those in a D/s relationship, whether you are F/m or M/f. This post gives a detailed account of their various experiences with Electroplay and the the ways that they have made it work for them. If you haven’t read it already then please check it out.

Names and Honorifics

This time on Tell Me About we are asking you about names and honorifics. What part do they play in your relationship? An honorific is a “title that conveys esteem, courtesy, or respect for position or rank when used in addressing or referring to a person.”  Which honorifics do you use and when and how do they work? What about your names? How did you choose your names, what do they mean to you and how does that add to the relationship that you have with each other?

Please share your thoughts on Names and Honorifics with us in your own post and then link for us here on Tell Me About

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