The Submissive Guide

February 16, 2009
by

 

Submissive Guide

Submissive Guide

Luna, the creator of SubmissiveGuide.com has been an active member of the online adult blogging community for as long as we can remember. She has been a full time submissive since 2004 and because of this has a deep understanding of her own journey into submission and an insight into the path of others from the vanilla to D/s.

 

The design of the site is clean and easy to read. It has a magazine style feel which makes it friendly and presents the rapidly growing list of articles in a clear and accessible way.

If you’re interested in submission out of curiosity or feel that you may want to submit The Submissive Guide already has a wealth of information for you to read and references to external sources.

So where does all this information come from, Luna’s answer to that question was characteristically self-effacing “I do not intend to provide all the articles myself because I do not know everything and I would prefer to have experienced submissives write about things they know. As the site matures I will be asking for guest bloggers to donate articles to the Guide.”

Luna has a great deal of enthusiasm for the site, one of the reasons we can see it developing far beyond its current form. As she says “After the site matures and I have a decent following I will grow to my next step which is mentorship on a one on one basis about specific activities for a consultant fee. My grand intention is to create certification programs and training classes online as a weekly newsletter, with activities and exercises that they will need to turn into me to get credit. I will be a mentor to whomever wants to join one of the email-driven classes.”

One of the reasons for Luna’s vigour when it comes to developing and mentoring others venturing into a submissive lifestyle may be what she says about her own journey “Because of the knowledge of all the other submissives and Dominants that are online I have been able to develop my own opinions and open mind about a variety of subjects. Master has cultured my desire to learn a lot of different things, including different protocols and developing rituals. My blog has aided me in learning more about myself and has been a jumping off point for more growth.”

Finally I put it to Luna that sites seem to take on a life of their own as they develop and asked her how she saw The Submissive Guide developing through 2009. “Well it really depends on how much work I put into the content, if I can get advertisers, development of the consultant part of the site and then ultimately the online newsletter classes. I think 2009 will be about writing what I know, getting guest bloggers to write about what they know and also getting my name on other sites so that they can learn about my site.”

This is going to be a site to watch. Luna’s genuine insight and passion for the subject matter has to be a winning combination and we’d suggest that anyone who wants to contribute get in touch using the contact form here or the email address on it.

Comments are closed.