Coming Out Puppy?

Coming Out Puppy?

July 12, 2016 0 By Tycho Aurora

I may have a new special someone in my life soon. I am trying to figure out how to tell him I’m into pup play, and can’t think of anything. Any ideas?

An opinion piece discussed on Facebook’s Puppy 101 Group

[box]KG Says: Just tell him.[/box]
[box]JM Says: Ask him what fetishes he has, then lead in to it…[/box]
[box]FR Says: Watch a documentary or something on pup play and ask him after had he ever wanted to try something like that or how it made him feel[/box]
[box]LB Says: Well you could take the more direct approach and straight up tell them. Or you could wear a collar sometime. Or bark a few “random” times. Chew on something like a pup. See a squirrel you could point at it and very excitedly call it out![/box]
[box]AB Says: Just tell him or just leave your hood your hood around[/box]
[box]SR Says: Bark and see if his ears perk up 🙂 [/box]
[box]DB Says: walk in with a collar or hood on lol[/box]
[box]MS Says: You could always lift your leg on him.[/box]
[box]TH Says: Let him learn about you. Your woofs and canine loyalty will show him how PAWsome pups are.[/box]
[box]RM Says: Just be honest with him, better to know his view on it now.[/box]
[box]JM Says: Communication is a must in our community and any relationship. Sit him down and tell him “Hey look so I need you to know something about me that’s a part of my life before we continue any further” and be respectful and honest. So side note, if pup play, for you is something you want as a constant in your life. You need to talk about it. You can’t say to yourself I’ll out it in pause because it will be your down fall. Be honest to yourself and be honest to him. You got this, whatever decision is made as long as both parties are happy, all is well! Plus, you may just awaken a whole new side of him that he didn’t know he even had ;P[/box]
[box]AW Says: Get to know the guy first. Then as you progress talk more about your fets[/box]
[box]WH Says: Follow Dan Savage’s advise about telling your S.O. about your link: roll it out like a special superpower, not a cancer diagnosis. How you tell is more important than what.[/box]
[box]AH Says: I always think the best decision is to tell someone outright. Saves everyone time if someone can’t handle your fetish.[/box]