DOMINANCE AND SUBMISSION – There is a dark side to everyone, and you need someone to handle that darker side..me. I know who I am, Empress Raven, and I know how to deal with that darkness raging inside, and I pride myself in the ability to know what you need when you walk into my Web.

Submission is an art of willfully giving, devoting oneself to another. Submitting isn’t about pain…even though there is a certain pleasure to pain, balancing the two as one, can reach a point of great elation. Submitting is about training the mind, the body to surrender control to an Empress who wants to meet her subject needs and desires. Dominance is the art of setting your submissive free.

Ultimately Dominants and Submissives are bound to one another not with chains, because the strongest bond is the mind, that is why we are connected by our own needs, and mutual fulfillment of those needs. Empress Raven is here to fulfill those needs. Come into my discreet, warm, safe inviting Web…experience your fetishes to the fullest as you not only go to the edge, you step over it into the abyss.

I’m here to corrupt, to control, to take over, to use, to ruin…to do all possible to fulfill your wants, needs and desires. We do for each other what no one else can or will. You are here for a reason, you are here by choice, and by choice you’ll stay.

What is involved in a Dom/sub relationship?

If somebody identifies as being into D/s, or having a D/s relationship, then they probably include power play in their sex life, and perhaps in other aspects of their relationship. People can identify as dominant, submissive, or switch (which means that they are sometimes dominant and sometimes submissive). It might be that people stick to the same roles each time they play together, or that they take different roles on different occasions.

For most people, being D/s will be something that they only do some of the time (for example, just in pre-arranged scenes – often, but not always, involving sex). Such scenes could involve any kind of exchange of power. For example, the submissive person might serve the dominant one food, or give them a massage; the dominant person might order the submissive one around or restrain them or punish them in some way; people might act out particular power-based role-plays such as teacher and student, cop and robber, or pirate and captive.

Some people who are into D/s might have longer periods, such as a holiday, where they maintain their power dynamic. And a few have lifestyle or 24/7 arrangements, where one person always takes the dominant, and the other the submissive, role. However, even in such cases much of their everyday life will probably not seem that different to anybody else’s.