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Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

I am certain there are similar laws in other countries around the world. Basically, this legislature states that slave or involuntary servitude is outlawed. Of course, voluntary servitude is what is acceptable. And that is what the M/s relationship is all about. It is a voluntary exchange of power from a slave to her Master. The basis of the M/s lifestyle is voluntary.

This comes into effect not only in the submission but also in the ending. It is illegal to hold an individual involuntarily. One cannot force one to serve Him and still be in compliance with the law. A Master must release a slave if it is what she truly desires. Any act preventing that is considered unaceptable. A slave consents to the relationship.

This is something to remember throughout the interaction with Your slave. I have seen to often where people try to control through force and fear. This results in an eventual rejecting of the Master. As a result, He tries harder to control her while keeping her under His power. This is not how a Master is to operate. A true Master will have control of His slave psychologically. As a result, if she is handled properly, she will crave her Master more. The exact opposite happens. A slave in this situation keeps volunteering her servitude to her Master.

It is worthy to remember this basic fact of reality. Some seem to get disconnected while allowing their egos to push them further into delusion. There is a saying about power going to one’s head. An inexperienced Master is susceptible to falling prey to this. This is the point that the situation turns to one of abuse. Try to be mindful of what O/our responsibilities are and what this lifestyle is all about.

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In the 80s hit movie “The Karate Kid”, Daniel went to Mr. Miaggi to train him in karate. For those who saw the movie, you will remember that Daniel was upset with him that he was not being trained. Instead, Daniel felt he was being used as his slave. He was made to do all kids of manual labor. Of course, this upset Daniel to the point that he confronted Mr. Miaggi. When questioned, the answered Daniel received was “who says you not trained”. Most will remember how Daniel was shown what he was taught.

This is an analogy which can be applied to the training of a slave. Many slaves believe that they need to be trained in a certain way. There seems to be an idea in their heads that the progression of their growth should take on a certain form Often, they will go to their Masters claiming that they arent being trained like they need to be. This is an interesting viewpoint especially from someone who is new. How does one know what is needed. It reminds me of the newly sober alcoholic who tells the old-timer what he needs. Sober 2 days does not make him able to make that decision.

The question is how do you know that you are not being trained? This takes on a deeper level when one is with a Master who controls through the psychological means. It is easy to be shown how to hang a Master’s clothes, clean the house, or wash the car. And that is important if one is to be a house slave. However, a good Master is going to try to increase the value of His property. He can do this in many different ways based upon where the particular slave is starting from.

A Master has different reasons for making a slave do something. Perhaps it is to test the slave’s obedience. It also could be to see where her limits are. He might be doing this because He wants to she how she responds in certain situations. Finally, He might be trying to guage her progress. Of course, there are other reasons but this offers a basic list.

So, how do you know that you are not being trained? Just because the interaction is not how you envisioned it does not mean that learning is absent. Each Master will do things differently. For me, the higher I think a slave’s potential, the deeper the training is. In those situations, I spent very little time on how to make the bed. Again, the odds are this person is not going to be a house slave for me. I have a different intention for her. Therefore, the responsibility for one’s training is still in my resposibility.

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How many people asked someone else for a script
of how to be successful in a marriage? Have you notice
that nobody asks how is a marriage suppose to look?
Why not? Obviously because we all were exposed to
married people long before got married and realized that
each marriage was different. Something that works for
one couple might not work for the next. Each
relationship takes on it own form based upon the people
involved. You could say that there are as many different
forms of marriage as there are marriages. No two are
exactly alike. This is common knowledge among most
people. This is one of the areas where common sense
seems to disappear. In this lifestyle, I am constantly asked what does a Master/slave relationship look like.

How is it set up? What rules are there? For whatever
reason, people expect me to give a canned response to
these questions. It is as if they expect me to produce a
model of what it is suppose to look like. That is not
realistic. Each M/s relationship takes on its own form.
There are different levels which people choose to submit
to. Then you have to add in the fact that people enter
with different experiences. Next, one must account for
the individual’s likes/dislikes. Of course, personalities
come into play. This list can go on indefinitely. The point
is there is no one way to do this. It is up to the individual
parties to form the type of relationship that they want.

This is an exerpt from Dennis Najee’s bestselling “An Owned Life”.

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