Welcome back for another edition of Round Table Discussion, brought to you by Spanking Romance, a place where we like to discuss spanking hot topics!
This week we are hosted by Katherine Deane, who came up with the topic: The Vanilla Spouse: What happens when your significant other does not share your fetish?
I think it is fair to say that my husband would not be considered vanilla by anyone's standards, but I can relate when we are talking about not sharing fetishes.
Spanking has definitely been my interest-- for forever. Him? Not so much.
I remember how I felt like it was this big deal to confess my kink to him and he was like "okay." That was it, no big deal, he'd obviously heard of spanking in a kinky way before and he really didn't think it was all that out of the ordinary.
I don't think he realized at the time how all encompassing it was. I think he gets it a little more now (because I never shut up, and will tell him every little thing running through my head).
He gets how much I like spanking, but he doesn't 'get' it. He will tell me as much.
I have also learned that if I really want to try something I have to suggest it and then stop talking about it. He says no to everything the first time I bring it up.
"You want me to hit you with what? No."
"You want to do what with ginger? No."
Normally if I can supply him with links and he can research a little he is more receptive.
He said that spanking me turns him on because it turns me on, but it has nothing to do with the actual act of spanking for him. I can live with that.
I was trying to think if there was any kink he could have that I would say no to trying. I honestly cannot think of anything. If I knew it was something he really wanted to do I would try anything once, or twice.
I think it's good to experiment, live a little, and indulge your partner's crazy once in a while. It helps when you trust each other and you can keep an open mind.
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