Mentoring, self-help and submissive exploration

Rayne Millaray is a wild, 30-something, sex enthusiast who’s been “just one of the guys” for as long a she can remember. She’s been having sex since 1996, blogging about her sex life since 2005, advocating for a sex-positive society since 2008 and working in the adult industry legally since 2010. Her writing is published on various blogs around the web, including her personal site Insatiable Desire. She used to write a weekly column for Albany’s #1 rock station. And she was once Editor in Chief of SexIs Magazine. Rayne is, without a doubt, the girl your mother warned you about. Chaos incarnate. And she loves it.

2 responses to “Submissive and Slave: A Personal View”

  1. Sub v. Slave: A Second Opinion | Submissive Guide

    [...] differences between sub and slave. If you would like to read Rayne’s opinion, you can do so on this post.First off I would like to introduce myself. I’m Beth, or as some may know of me as jjsslave [...]

  2. lizzieD

    I agree with the general description of differences between “subs” and “slaves”. I am not a slave, I identify as a submissive, however I and my Dom do consider myself to be owned. While my Dom is not in complete control of all of my actions, I do belong to him, I am his property, I do not have the option of leaving. I have a naturally submissive personality, but I still have some dominant traits when dealing with other people. When it comes to my Dominant, I belong to him and am willing to be obedient on whatever level he wants, he does not want a slave. It is important to understand that a sub can be owned property, even if they are not a slave.

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