1. I'm going to disagree here and assert that orgasmic experience is very subjective.

  2. I spent over a decade trying to verify the different definitions and ways people used the Top/bottom, Dominant/submissive, Master/slave and couldn’t find a clear distinction that applied as the lines were very blurry and subject to each individuals preferred way of using the terms. The line between top/bottom was perhaps slightly clearer then the others.

  3. 'Top' and 'Bottom' are terms imported from the gay community and some people historically used them as synonyms for dominant and submissive.

  4. I don't think you're rambling and you'll need to have an open an honest discussion about your relationship and life goals with your current partner. I think that's pretty critical and your feelings might be less dominant drop than a relationship complication. For a person who is vanilla, this thing they can't be part of may take a lot of processing and it could be a journey for your partner. (It might help to talk to polyamorous people about how they manage multiple relationships.)

  5. When your partner is using words like 'incompatible' that's often a sign that they don't feel like the relationship is going to work. If your partner is signaling that the relationship needs to end, that's a good sign that you should step back.

  6. I personally don't have any experience sharing submissives but my understanding is that communicating clear boundaries around shared relationships are very important so that everyone manages the emotional space well.

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