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This is actually quite interesting. But I am a little confused on how this is actually applied to a new relationship in any form of bdsm/ageplay /ddlg.

With my first ever master and my previous daddies these topics have of course been bought up within a more relaxed and personable way as we get to know each other. The list has some valid things to discuss but I just feel getting a feel for someone is more important than a mechanical excercise

But maybe some people feel they need a checklist.

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Really interesting idea, particularly if you and your partner are venturing into bdsm for the first time could be useful to know what the other expects / would be willing or want to do :) 

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This is actually quite interesting. But I am a little confused on how this is actually applied to a new relationship in any form of bdsm/ageplay /ddlg.

With my first ever master and my previous daddies these topics have of course been bought up within a more relaxed and personable way as we get to know each other. The list has some valid things to discuss but I just feel getting a feel for someone is more important than a mechanical excercise

But maybe some people feel they need a checklist.

The checklist is basically an agreement of terms and holds both people accountable of what will and won't be done during the relationship. If you perhaps don't like diapers you can freely say so. The checklist also allows people to discuss things that they wouldn't necessarily would have thought of like what previous injuries have you incurred that might effect certain activities. Yeah it is commonly used in BDSM but I feel that it could be used in a CG/l dynamic. Do you not like a certain nickname? Say it on the checklist. Is there something your Caregiver HAS to know to make sure you're okay? Put it on the checklist. Getting to know people is great but sometimes you just need a foot in the door to talk about certain things you feel shy about.

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