For the last few months I've had the privilege of having several male submissives serve me. I have found that I am really enjoying the diversity and needs of each one.
Take my Jarek for example. When I first met him I was told he wasn't submissive, he was just a bottom. I saw his submissive behaviour immediately and learned as we grew into a couple, that in fact, he is a submissive and at this point can be called a slave. He serves me in the manner of servitude through daily life. He makes my coffee, fixes my meals, helps me clean, does any errand I ask of him. He also is my sex slave. He knows my body well and can have me feeling complete vulnerability in the most intimate moments we share. It's in our daily life that he serves me. He is my rock. He lets me be the woman I am.
Then I have my bitch boy. The more degrading, sterner and bitchier I am to him, the more he responds. Our relationship is built on kink and we mostly play online (although in person at times). But none-the-less, he is mine and entertains me while I work. "Real" life doesn't interfer and we have our kinky moments without that challenge. He serves me by letting me be the bitch to him. I am mean, controlling to him and that is how he thrives. He makes for a very fun and entertaining work day. He does mean the world to me. He let's me be the bitch to him, and I love it!
I have a new one in the fold, my sleepyK. So new, young... yet experienced in the distinct fetishes of diaper discipline and adult baby. I want to help him explore, see the many sides of BDSM that he hasn't experienced, and teach him to be the best submissive he can be. When his final (LTR) Mistress finds him, I will be proud to say that I trained him. He let's me be the teacher. I cherish that.
Then I have a few I love to play with. I'll go more into that at a later time, because each of them are important to me. My doormat, my blue, and a few others. They are worth a blog entry just by themselves.
So yes, I find in my submissives/slaves that there is diversity. And that I NEED that diversity. Thank you my boys. I love all of you!