His Slut, Not Yours

Most would think the term slut is a demeaning word for a woman who has several casual sex partners. Some may even refer to women who act a little too provocative as sluts. In an everyday context, it is derogatory and should not be used when you a pass a woman in your building or in your neighborhood market. If you do use it, you may be met with a slap in the face or maybe even a black eye.

Yesterday, I talked a bit about getting defensive when other suggested that my Dom was not good for me. Today, I wanted to talk about when others believe they have the same rights and privileges over me as my Dom does.

There are some boys who think that just because I am a submissive, it is okay to call me a whore, skank, and other derogatory terms. The thing is, I am not okay with these terms if they are not used by my Dom. Part of our relationship dynamic is degradation and humiliation. It’s something that was established early on. It’s something that I am aroused by when it comes from him. It’s something that I share with him and only him.

I am not everyone’s submissive. I belong to R. or maybe you recognize him as Mr. Smith from the fantasy blogs. I’m not your toy. I’m his toy.

I find it even worse when it’s some horny teeny bopper who was taught no manners uses one of those terms on me. Boy, you don’t know me so you better keep your mouth shut. Had it been a different era, I would’ve dragged you by the earlobe back to your overbearing mother. Since this is the age of easily offended wusses, I’ll just ask that you act civilly and I’ll do the same. You are not my Dom, nor would you ever be.

I am his slut, not yours. His submissive, not yours. If you can clearly see that I am claimed, then stop acting like you can treat me as if I were yours. Learn some manners or leave. One who doesn’t learn shouldn’t consider himself much of a Dominant, but more so just a stupid asshole.

Yours Truly,

The Sassy Sub Daily

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