Snug wrote:You go to the local mall and there are these guys in inappropriate attire and talking like females. Loud and around many people including children.
Such as? What is inappropriate attire for starters?
You have "gay parades" Which is basically a 18+ Sex Show performed in public.
I don't completely know what you're going on about there to be honest.
Seriously how many people who enjoy Sadomasochism or some other fetish do you see in public wearing costume and roleplaying?
I agree that the gays are very outward in showing it but there are a lot of signs from straight couples when you know what you’re looking for.
There are many, many signs. There is a tattoo, I can’t remember what it’s called but I know what it looks like, that many subs have on either ankle or wrist. Solid black tattoos, normally on the subs left bicep and her/his master’s right bicep, with a segment (about half inch long) pushed out of alignment so it appears that it’s a lock. Necklaces are the most common (why do you think men by them for women’s birthdays
) though and you see almost all of them wearing them.
As for role-playing. There are many little games we play that you wouldn’t notice. Little things like pinching the webbing in-between the thumb and hand. Putting thoughts into the Subs head is a good one, anything to make her/him feel like everyone knows what you just said is good, and you do that by whispering in her/his ear.
Clothes are interesting though. I agree that Queers go out of their way to stand out in the way they dress. You couldn't tell a straight couple just by looking at their clothes, it's the little things underneath that we don't see. It is the `unseen` factor that is the fun. Half the fun is convincing the Sub that everyone knows what’s going on even though they haven’t a clue.
I agree with you 100% that Gays go way over the top. Personally I find it distasteful, mainly because they don’t actually get the point of DS/SM, and I fully understand why it makes people uncomfortable (F*** it makes me uncomfortable at times).
I don’t think many queers are into DS/SM though for the simple fact that there are more Male Subs than Female Domme’s. The numbers just couldn’t add up.