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    • #18576

      Whether single or already in a relationship, how would you go about disclosing that you want to be in a Female Led Relationship if the topic hasn’t come up and you don’t know if the other person either knows about FLRs or is even interested in one?

      (I thought I’d create a topic and hopefully more people will get involved)

    • #18585


      I presume you’re talking about two people interacting in real time, there being some general chemistry, how would one bridge the question?

      First, there’s usually some indication in the other’s personality or tendencies. People predisposed to entering into FLR don’t often come across as indifferent about their nature. Having any worthwhile insight skills you can pick up on dominance or submission in that nature. That said, a lot of people try to be very politically correct in public with someone they like and don’t really know that well so they may not give any indication, especially if they’re worried it won’t be received well.

      Speaking for myself, I’m comfortable with who I am and so don’t have a problem being me. I open and hold doors, defer to her on decisions on what we’d do while together, ask her what she wants if I don’t know, etc. If she asks me to decide, I will because she told me to. Generally I try to be good company, be helpful, do what I can to make her happy and show that it matters to me that she is. I try not to make it about money or sex, those things take care of themselves if the relationship has the foundation it needs, and largely decisions about those wouldn’t be mine to make if the relationship comes into being.

      This usually gives the Lady a pretty good idea who I am and what I’m probably about, then if she’s aware and especially if she’s seeking an FLR, it comes up in conversation. Most often they’re not aware or not seeking, but they enjoy the attention, which is great. When it has been brought up, it was usually a Lady who was indeed aware, but already had someone in her life.

      If all else fails, I’d have no problem with bringing the subject up. Politely. Privately. At an appropriate time when context allows that it’s not coming out of left field. If I know someone well enough to like her and know her opinions on major issues (the standard deal breakers) to think we might be otherwise compatible there are ways to gently open the subject up to discussion and if nothing else it can be a fun chat. And even if she’s new to the idea, she may like it, or even like it much.

      It’s not really all that taboo these days. Aspects of it can be taboo, but you don’t have to start there. Find out how much of this there is in common, how much interest is there in the other person.

      Life’s not short, but it’s too short to waste time not searching out the things that matter to you.

      Now, for the Lady’s end of this I can’t really speak, but I imagine it’s much the same. Sending out signals to see how he reacts and/or just broaching the subject in some appropriate way.

      The harder part has always been finding someone who shares my views on important topics, wants the same things in such a relationship, and then both of us being fully available to actually begin the endeavor. Life is screwy how it finds ways to interfere. So really, nothing ventured is nothing gained because you never know.


    • #18650

      Thanks for your post. It definitely gave me something to think about.

      My thoughts on the issue is that, of course, it depends on the people, the place. The odds of my meeting someone where I live who knows about female led relationships are slim but it would be possible to have a relationship mirroring one, just without the label. In that case, it would depend a lot on temperaments and like you said “sending out signals”.

      Sometimes I think I get too bogged down with the labels and the logistics of what an FLR is that I forget it is a relationship and not always clean and tidy, in FLR terms. So I wonder if it might be best (for me) to focus on finding the characteristics I’m looking for with or without the label.

    • #23833


      I’ve once again found myself single and searching. For seven years off and on, long story. I was in a level 4+ FLR relationship/marriage. I’ve always been chivalrous which led to us diving into FLR and other deeper aspects of the lifestyle.

      I can never see myself being in a Vanilla relationship and have been very upfront with my preference of wanting an FLR relationship. Dating these days is so horrid…I’m not an outgoing person so all my attempts in searching has been dating apps or sites. Sadly with any fetish or taboo type desire there are so many fakes/scammers and women making money by providing the facade of the fantasy it’s proven extremely difficult. I don’t want to waste the time of anyone by not being forthright and honest. So the few opportunities I have I begin usually with the “Would you consider yourself an Alpha”?

      I dislike the mindset of the single searching in this day and time. For me it seems the majority only search for the ones that “Check the most boxes” and heaven forbid a relationship gets a little difficult. Then it’s off to the next checklist…I miss the days where you begin with chemistry and take the time discovering one another and being in love enough to grow and find ways to make everything work regardless of each others differences. There will always be things that we may dislike about each other..sorry slightly of subject..


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