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What NOT to Share on Your Online Profile

We all have one somewhere. FetLife being all the rage right now, but also we have alt.com, collarme.com, bondage.com, and others where we place ads and identity profiles up to get people interested. This interest can be friends or relationship related; it doesn't matter. What does matter is what we broadcast to everyone that happens across our profiles? You need to keep some things secure and really consider what's necessary to put out into the World Wide Web.

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31 Days of Submissive Journaling – Day 15: Online Security and Anonymity, or Should You Share?

Don't trust anyone. The internet is a scary place. I'm going to share with you by best advice on protecting yourself online when you create a blog and an online presence. Don't create a blog without it!

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Write an Online BDSM Dating Profile That Gets Results!

I'll help you figure out what to have on your profile to help you get the attention you want and how to handle the attention you don't want.

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Making Online Submission Work For You

The challenges to a submissive tend to increase when the relationship is online only. I’ve put together some of the best content from Submissive Guide about online submission and bundled it for you to enjoy. Learn online safety tips, how an online relationship can work, some of the tools an online Dominant has in their arsenal and other interesting thoughts on this newer form of D/s relationship. You’ll read about online D/s, the tools available to make it work and other struggles. Also, a huge section on online safety. A must read for any online submissive.

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D/s Dating

Dating is dating. It’s not easy and how we approach it affects the outcome. Once you adjust your thinking to how we go about dating and the changes in life that the Lifestyle brings upon us you will see that finding a partner is never easy.

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The Secrets to Writing a Successful BDSM Dating Profile

Narrow your dating search for compatible partners by perfecting your dating profile

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Online Submission

Exploring submission online is a growing reality. Chat networks, IRC chat rooms and websites developed for real-time fantasy all have areas where the D/s subculture thrives online. They have developed online protocols, rituals, belief systems and several new words the enhance the fantasy online.

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Journaling in Submission

One of the tools that Dominants can use for communication is journaling. But you don’t have to be in a relationship to keep a journal. How do you start one? What goes in it? Dive into the 30 Days of Submissive Journaling series or one of the many other articles about this very useful tool in a submissive’s kit.

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31 Days of Submissive Journaling: Day 29 - Social Networking Best Practices

Unlike regular blogging – writing long posts with photos – microblogging is meant to be quick, succinct, and pointed. Here are 5 tips to protect your online safety when using a social networking site.

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Where All The Dominants Are and How to Find Them

I've put together all the articles from the site and elsewhere that will help you find a partner that is compatible with you and your desires.

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