It has been said by some that one cannot be a Master unless one has a slave. The converse has also been heard. But is that true? Is that like saying there can be no black without white?
At some time during our involvement in this lifestyle there will be a time when we are not attached or in a power exchange dynamic. What should we do then? Should we actively search for one to fill that void? Would that time be better spent in self reflection? Would this be the time to work on our skills? Would it be the time to define what it is that we are truly searching for in an M/s relationship? Should Masters take that time to consider the difference between their wants and needs? Should they revisit the type of leadership they wish to provide and the style of management they wish to employ? Should slaves seek to learn skills they believe will make them more useful? Should they concentrate on their own personal growth and development or explore just what type of slave they seek to be and what type of Master would be best for this? Is there anything wrong with being without a Master or slave for a period of time? Or is it true that one cannot be a Master without a slave or a slave without a Master?
Join us to discuss these questions and more on the subject.
Masters and slaves Together (MAsT) Metro New York will be meeting at the LGBT Center located at 208 West 13th Street between 7th and 8th Aves., NYC from 2 – 5 pm. Admission is only $4 for MAsT members, $5 for reciprocal group members and $8 for all others