I could attempt to charm you with flowery language and poetic verse, but perhaps it would be better if I "cut to the chase," as it were. I'm 6' tall. Brown hair. Beautiful green eyes. Built like a football player who broke training some years ago and hasn't paid too many visits to the workout room since.
I'm looking for a submissive woman. Someone in either the Baltimore/Washington area, or up around York/Harrisburg/Lancaster. I was contacted yesterday by someone in London, England. And the other day by someone in Kentucky. Let's be realistic - you may be my ideal match (and I may be yours), but if you live an airplane ride from me, it's just not going to work out. Sorry.
Please Note - Before anything gets underway, specific rules and limitations will be spelled out in detail, and I will NOT go beyond them. Period. I'm a Dom, but that doesn't mean I get off on beating the hell out of a woman. If that's what you need, hey, I'm not judging you. But neither am I the right Dom for you. On the other hand, if you enjoy being spanked, roleplaying, and relatively mild- to moderate BDSM activity, we're on the same page.
I don't insist on a woman with lots of experience as a submissive, although that would be fine. However, so would someone new to such things, who simply thinks she might enjoy experimenting under the direction of a secure, confident man.
Nor need things go beyond the privacy of the bedroom. If you want to keep living your life just as you've been doing, that's not a problem. It would be only in private that we would assume our roles. And as stated, things will be discussed in detail before we get underway.
A relationship such as I describe is based (believe it or not) on trust. I will not betray your trust, nor take you beyond the boundaries you set as absolute limits. (Nor will I go beyond my comfort zone, into areas I find distasteful.)
I await your response.
P.S. - I find that the collarspace system has been acting up, so if there are problems with formatting in this profile, please don't assume it's because I don't know what a paragraph is. Blame it on an evil computer and its wicked software, okay? Great.