M/s When You Have Children- April 2, 2017

The slave dutifully completes household tasks including preparing supper for the Master.  Knowing the Master will be home soon, the slave strips down to just the slave collar and presents on the knees in a traditional slave waiting position.  The slave hears the key in the door and, heart aflutter, awaits entry of the Master.  The door slowly eases open.

“Oh, gross, Dad!  I told you I was coming home early from school today!”  Both slave and son beat a hasty retreat to their respective bedrooms, red-faced.

The fantasies of living in an authority based household often don’t include something that many families have… children.  Many of us in M/s or D/s relationships have children of varying ages.  How do we navigate the duties of a parent while maintaining a strong power exchange relationship?  Can we maintain protocols in such an environment?  How do we explain this relationship to the children and when is a good time to do it?  Is there ever a good time?  Is it possible to have protocols in a household and have children about?  What adjustments can we make to handle both our parental obligations and our relationship?

Join us at MAsT (Masters and slaves Together) Metro New York as we discuss this real life issue candidly and with a bit of humor.  You do not have to be in an M/s or D/s relationship to attend… just interested in learning the real life issues that power exchange relationships deal with. And as always, please feel free to bring your own snack and/or something to share with the group.

MAsT Metro New York meets at the LGBT Community Center at 208 West 13th Street, NYC, between 7th and 8th Aves. From 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The admission is $4 for members, $5 for reciprocal members/students with ID and $8 for all others. Please remember to check the board for room number.

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