[M/s 365] How did we start out?


Master Michael: Our MAsT chapter’s topic was “Submissives and slaves – differences and similarities” which brought about a lot of discussion on the two. We shared our story of how we started out. We dated for a few weeks and had an immediate connection of feeling like we were part of something bigger. I told angie what I wanted in a relationship – a Master/slave relationship – but what did that mean? We certainly didn’t jump into the relationship – blam – here you are. While we said we were Master/slave, to use that quote from “Princess Bride” – You keep using that word. I do no think it means what you think it means. We grew together. It was a journey where we said “This is what we want, we’re throwing out the rulebooks and figuring it out.” and so we did. It took a long time for us to hit our stride and really “feel” what it meant to be Master/slave, but it was a path that we wanted to travel. We didn’t have all the answers, hell, we didn’t even know the questions. What I had learned, what I had seen, it had to be experienced as much as taught.

slave angie: One my path of finding myself as a slave i did not actually feel there was one singular defining moment that i can say i went from being a submissive to a slave. The journey was movement forward to something more even thought i did not have a definition of what that was and what it should look like. As Master and i grew together in our Master slave journey we tried different approaches until we both came to the place where we could be comfortable in our own skin.

Master Michael: So we evolved to where we are today, and we’re still growing, still on the journey. It never ends. Life is full of so many opportunities for us to explore. As Master and slave, we’re limited only by what we can imagine.

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Master Michael S

International Master 2014. Member of: Chicago Leather Club, Chicago Leathermen Group, MAsT: Greater Chicago. Longtime leatherman. One of the Four Horsemen.

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