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Poly and consent question

#1
Serious question, very niche topic...I know. Humor me

Ok, heres the setup:
Person A and person B are primary partners.
- Person A is a professional dominatrix.
- Person B is dating another partner, person C
- Person A and person C are not dating


The issue:
Person B wants to record a Dom scene between A and C. Person A declined with the explanation that they simply didn't want to. Said they were fine with doing the scene, just not being recorded.

Person B felt this was an unacceptable answer and demanded a legitimate reason as to why A did not want to be recorded.

So my question, do you feel A needs to justify their reasoning to B, or should "I don't want to" suffice?
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#2
(01-14-2020, 05:51 PM)Mal1ce Wrote: Serious question, very niche topic...I know. Humor me

Ok, heres the setup:
Person A and person B are primary partners.
- Person A is a professional dominatrix.
- Person B is dating another partner, person C
- Person A and person C are not dating


The issue:
Person B wants to record a Dom scene between A and C. Person A declined with the explanation that they simply didn't want to. Said they were fine with doing the scene, just not being recorded.

Person B felt this was an unacceptable answer and demanded a legitimate reason as to why A did not want to be recorded.

So my question, do you feel A needs to justify their reasoning to B, or should "I don't want to" suffice?

"I don't want to" is the only explanation needed. IMO
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#3
I don't want to should absolutely suffice in my opinion. Sounds like Person B has some control insecurities.
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#4
You don't need to validate your feelings to anyone. I don't want to is enough. Image if every time a girl said no to sex she had to give a legitimate explanation as to why she doesn't want to lol
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#5
Perfect, appreciate the second opinions guys.
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#6
Film it anyway and share it with us. Bonus points if she diddles your B-hole.
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#7
Order some Cialis and stop being a bitch...

Real answer... you don't have to explain yourself.
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#8
Privacy is the most valuable right we have, unfortunately it's been completely erased by a culture of shitwits carrying around phones recorded every minute of their worthless lives.

What's wrong with just having a good F, enjoying the moment and forgetting about it?

Recordings only serve one purpose, to get people in trouble.
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#9
(01-15-2020, 02:35 AM)Bingbangbong Wrote: Order some Cialis and stop being a bitch...

Real answer... you don't have to explain yourself.

I like this response haha
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#10
Sometimes " NO" is a sentence. No other response is owed
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