When deciding to embark upon a female led relationship, most people do a little bit of research.
They come across the idea of a ritual or pledge and start to ponder.
For those not in the know, it’s a practice that some couples use to solidify their dynamic, but others wonder if it’s really necessary.
In this article, we’ll delve into the meaning behind this practice, explore its potential advantages and disadvantages, and ultimately decide if it’s an essential part of a successful female-led relationship.
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What Is An Oath in a Female Led Relationship
In a female-led relationship, some couples habitually use a ritual called an oath or pledge of allegiance to strengthen their dynamic.
The wording of the oath can vary from couple to couple, but the idea is to demonstrate the submissive partner’s loyalty and commitment to their dominant partner and their relationship.
Essentially it is a promise to uphold a value, often verbally recited.
Here are a few examples if you’re interested.
- I pledge to obey your commands and follow your lead in all aspects of our relationship.
- I vow to communicate openly and honestly with you and to always be transparent about my thoughts and feelings.
- I promise to always show you respect and reverence as my dominant partner and to recognize and embrace your authority over me.
- I commit to upholding the principles and values of our relationship and to work together with you to ensure its success.
- I pledge to always prioritize your pleasure and satisfaction and to be attentive and responsive to your desires.
Ultimately, taking the oath can help deepen the submissive partner’s trust and respect for their dominant partner, which in turn can strengthen their bond and make the overall dynamic more fulfilling.
Do You Need To Take an Oath or Pledge in an FLR
Whether or not you choose to take an oath or pledge in a female-led relationship is totally up to you and your partner.
Some couples find it to be a helpful way to reinforce their dynamic and show commitment, while others may not feel the need for such a formal practice.
If you’re unsure, then try it out as an experiment. If it doesn’t work for either of you, then it can be dropped.
How Are Oaths Performed?
The way oaths or pledges of allegiance are performed can vary greatly.
The most important thing is that the submissive partner makes the promise to their dominant partner in a way that feels meaningful and appropriate to both of them.
Some couples may choose to make the oath a regular occurrence, like at the start of each day or week, while others may only do it when the need arises.
During the oath, the submissive partner may kneel or assume another submissive posture to show their respect and submission to their dominant partner.
Some may choose to verbally recite the oath, with the submissive partner speaking their promises out loud. Others may prefer to write it out in a text message or email, or even in a formal document or contract.
The important thing is that the submissive partner is able to demonstrate their commitment to their dominant partner and their relationship in a way that feels genuine and sincere to both of them.
As long as this goal is achieved, the specific manner in which the oath is performed is entirely up to the couple’s discretion.
Why Some Submissives Do Take a Pledge to Their Mistress
Some submissives in female-led relationships choose to take a pledge or oath to their mistress as a way to demonstrate their submission and commitment.
It’s a visible and repetitive practice that reinforces the fact that the female partner is in charge.
For those submissives who enjoy formalities and rituals as part of their submission, taking a pledge or oath can be particularly meaningful.
It helps them feel more connected to their dominant partner and provides a regular reminder of their commitment to serving her.
Additionally, this practice can help to establish a clear power dynamic within the relationship for some couples. The submissive partner demonstrates their willingness to be obedient and follow their dominant partner’s lead through the formal commitment of taking a pledge or oath.
However, not all submissives will feel the need for this kind of formal commitment in their relationship. Every couple is unique and should decide together what works best for them.
How Often Do You Need To Take an Oath in an FLR
The frequency of taking an oath or pledge in an FLR is solely dependent on the preferences of the female dominant.
It is entirely up to the couple to decide how often they want to engage in the ritual, based on their unique needs and preferences.
Some couples may choose to make it a daily occurrence, while others may prefer a weekly or monthly pledge. Ultimately, the decision lies with the female dominant, as she is the one in charge of the relationship.
How to Set Up a Pledge or Oath For Your FLR
If you and your partner have decided to include a pledge in your FLR, here are some steps you can take to set it up:
- Discuss the oath with your partner: Before you can set up the oath, you need to have a conversation with your partner about what it means to you both and what kind of oath you want to take. This will help ensure that you’re both on the same page and that the pledge is meaningful for both of you.
- Decide on the format: As we mentioned earlier, oaths can take many forms, so you’ll need to decide on the format that works best for you. Some options might include a spoken pledge every morning or a text message at established times. Some may even do it as a recorded video call.
- Determine the content of the oath: The content of the pledge will depend on what you and your partner want to include. You might want to include promises to obey your partner’s commands, to be honest and truthful, or to devote yourself entirely to your partner’s happiness.
- Practice the oath: Once you’ve decided on the format and content of the oath, it’s important to practice it. This will help ensure that you’re comfortable with the wording and that the oath feels natural to you both. It’s often best memorized by the submissive.
- Take the oath: Finally, when you’re both ready, take the oath. This might involve kneeling before your partner or standing before them while holding hands. However you choose to do it, make sure it feels special and meaningful to both of you.
Remember, taking an oath is entirely optional, so don’t feel like you have to include it in your FLR if it doesn’t feel right for you.
But if you do decide to take a pledge, following these steps can help ensure that it’s a meaningful and enjoyable experience for both you and your partner.
At the end of the day, whether or not to take an oath or pledge in a female led relationship is a personal choice that each couple must make for themselves.
However, for those who choose to incorporate this practice into their dynamic, it can serve as a visible and repetitive symbol of the power dynamic between the partners.
Ultimately, the key to a successful FLR is a healthy respect for the female in charge, however it is demonstrated.
Trying to talk to your partner about the benefits of a female led relationship can be hard. Use this open letter to help or to prompt constructive dialogue.