Let’s find out how and why vanilla relationships evolve towards femdom relationships.

 

Today

Today, many people are becoming more and more aware of the concept that not all relationships are the same. What works for some people, certainly does not suit others.

We can refer, for example, to that period after the release of “Fifty Shades of Grey”. That trilogy cannot be considered a real femdom relationship, as it is mainly fiction. But, we cannot hide that it opened many eyes to the existence of BDSM, and all its practices. You can read more about that in this post, where I explain the 10 reasons to become a BDSM couple.

Love and affection do not need to be confined to labels and strict definitions, because the spectrum of what constitutes a relationship is broader than many people imagine. The foundation of a great relationship is built on a solid platform comprised of love, trust, respect, and above all communication. But there are so many different ways of expressing these things and no relationship is one size fits all.

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Femdom relationships

Going back to a femdom relationship: it is also based on love, trust, respect, and communication. Actually, communication is the most important sphere in there. A domme needs to get her sub’s complete trust, and she has to communicate with him in order to get to the point.

For many people, a traditional relationship conjures an image of a subordinate woman with the man ruling the roost. Although this is no longer seen as an absolute standard, it still has resonance with lots of people. But despite that, a large majority of people prefer a more egalitarian approach to relationships, that doesn’t work for everyone. Why? Because they think that this kind of kinky relationship may be “wrong”. Read here is a Female Led Relationship is right or wrong.

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Female Led Relationships are often misunderstood but are more common than people might think. In this type of relationship, the woman is the dominant partner and her partner is the willing subordinate.

We’ll be exploring the dynamics of this type of relationship the following posts, and the various aspects and benefits it has to offer. You may find yourself more intrigued than ever before.

 

Recommended readings about femdom relationships

10 characteristics a femdom should have

Psychological benefits of BDSM and FLR

Female supremacy in FLR

How to build power-exchange

 

And, for the subs:

8 Female Led Relationship Rules 

How to be a good sub

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