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What's your opinion on Domestic Discipline/bdsm relationships? Personally would you ever have one?
I assume you mean a 24/7 BDSM relationship, in which the sub and dom roles are always enforced in all interaction, and not just one where the participants decide they’re going to enforce roles for a few hours at a time.
Personally, it’s not my thing. I’m a bit of a switch, and I get tired of roles easily. Besides that, I work on enough of my own little side projects that asking for permission constantly would start grating on me. I also don’t do the majority of cooking and cleaning in my relationship, but I’m also not dominant except for small spurts here and there. A couple hours at a time is good though.
As for people who pull it off and enjoy it — good on ‘em. It takes a lot of, ahem, self discipline to pull off a functioning 24/7 BDSM relationship.
i hate when people say that women should dress more modestly in order to “leave something to the imagination”. leave what to the imagination? what do people think is under my clothes? a mass of algae? memes? shinji ikari?
how did you get into scale mail and what is your process? also what're the coasts for something like this?
Costs can all happily be found at the etsy shop where all the things I’ve been posting live. Custom pieces are more or less depending on the number of scales/rings and how long it will take me to do. The pieces in the shop right now range from $60-800 USD.
I got into it because I expressed some interest in building some as costume pieces for fire shows, so a friend who had been dabbling with it but hadn’t liked it as much as she’d hoped she would offered me what she had. A week later, I’d made my first bikini top. I believe her exact words to me when I showed her was “Bre, you’re like an idiot savant.”
My process is that I generally start at the top of the piece, and then build down in rows. Most people work in small diamonds of four or so scales at a time, but I prefer rows. When I’m putting a sleeve together, though, I work from the bottom up, and generally from the outside of the sleeve, which is strange for people who do scales. Most everyone works from the inside.