Saturday, August 10, 2013

MBS Spanko Brunch #395

I hope you are all enjoying a fine summer (excepting, of course, those in the Southern Hemisphere who are waiting for spring). Our topic this week was suggested by Franny.

Are you or your partner addressed with a title such as Sir, Madam, Master, Mistress, or Your Highness when it's time for a spanking? If so, does this designation alter the dynamic between you? Are such titles a spontaneous demonstration of respect, a part of an established ritual, a bid for mercy, a bit of fun, or some combination of these?

I invite you to share your experiences and perceptions with the group. Please enter your response in the form of a comment below. Once everyone has spoken, I will post an edited summary.

9 comments :

Reece Seever said...

When it is time for a spanking, or in response to her ordering one, it is always "Yes, Ma'am." We've stayed away from titles like "Mistress," which don't really seem to fit our DD-style spanking relationship.

Hermione said...

I call my husband "Sir" and that pleases him. It adds a little spice to the proceedings for both of us.

Anonymous said...

Hi - I've just recently met up with a new spanking friend, we switch, and we have been spanking each other for real life misdemeanours. It felt natural to address him as Sir when being told off and warned of what was to come, and he addresses me as Miss or Ma'am which seems fitting as well. All good fun, nothing too serious about any of it.

Anonymous said...

When I am due for a spanking, Sir addresses me as 'young lady'. That really gets me in the zone.

Roz said...

It depends on the type of spanking. I usually refer to him as Daddy but if it is discipline or punishment sometimes Sir.

morningstar said...

We have a D/s relationship and I have always referred to "W' as Sir - it is our dynamic within D/s - IF though - there are vanillas around or family - I don't call him anything OR I manage to choke out "W" - I say choke as his name doesn't flow as freely off my tongue as does the term Sir.

I use 'Sir' (He forbids "Master" as he doesn't believe he has reached 'Master" status) out of respect.

It doesn't work for everyone - but it works for us - and we've been together going on 13 years

SPANKEDHORTIC II said...

I do not switch very often but when I do I find that being called Sir helps me to assume a toppy nature. The other way around, any title that makes the top feel more comfortable, so that they can concentrate on making me feel uncomfortable, is fine by me, as long as it is not to complicated.

Prefectdt

Fondles said...

No change in address for us. We use the same words over text, during sex, just hanging out...

bobbsroom said...

Never ever use to, it was just something we did during foreplay. Now for some reason B calls me sir. I don't really mind, what ever gets B in the submissive mood.

BOB B

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