Just like domination, submission also carries its stigmas and clichés that would have us believe all manners of mythical nonsense. Being atypically dominant, writing this piece did not come naturally to me. I've had very little experience in submitting to a lover and I wanted to seek out further information to assist me. I was staggered upon conducting my research to find that there is a distinct lack of information on the subject. I could regale you with tales of those who submit to professional dominants, give you insight into lifestyle submission and shock you with extreme pornographic episodes. But even with the wealth of knowledge open to the public domain online, I could barely find a useful sentiment on purely sexual submission.
I'm not ashamed to admit that I have submissive sexual desires, but in no way do these desires resemble the extreme portrayals I've stumbled across researching this piece. I don't want to confuse what is in essence an achievable sexual fantasy with a much deeper and more involved form of submission that I've come across in my time as a professional dominatrix. Although the two can be intrinsically bound for those who crave sexual submission, the majority of us are seeking nothing more than some between-the-sheets action with little or no desire for it to infringe on our day-to-day lives.