Yes, there BDSM communities and dating sites online, but you need to be far more careful and suspicious than you would in the vanilla world.
Especially if you are an inexperienced submissive, it’s hard to understand just how easily a “random dom” online can truly control you.
Before you dismiss 24/7 D/s as impractical or too kinky for you, take a look at what it looks like. Either way, it's delicious and achieves his goal - making sure he's all I'm thinking about for at least a few minutes.Note: I am a female submissive with a male Dominant I call "Daddy." There's no requirement that you be a heterosexual pair or a even pair at all for a 24/7 D/s relationship. When I get dressed in the morning, I only wear panties if he's picked them out for me.The problem is that there are some predators and creeps who use BDSM as an excuse to take advantage of women, so you have to be a lot more careful.If you want a “play partner”, meaning that you’re primarily interested in sensation play, most big cities have dungeons or clubs where you can find that fairly easily.I couldn't take it anymore but he still kept going and the feeling of being tied up under the control of someone you just met is scary and arousing which just made me cum more.
I'm a submissive in a 24/7 Dominance and submission (D/s) relationship.If you read that and imagine that I spend my days naked and on my knees waiting for my Dominant to throw out commands, think again.D/s isn't for everyone, and living the lifestyle 24/7/365 is for even less, but whatever you think it's like, you're probably wrong.The bad news is that most people think submissive women far outnumber dominant men, perhaps by as many as 10 to 1.Most “dominant” men you meet online are pretenders and have no experience, at best, and may be predators at worst.If it’s going to last, a few days more won’t matter.