Stages of dress: Display vs Humiliation

lovebirds_01lHow I am dressed in public with my owner can be to humiliate me, but it can also be part of saying who I am and who my owner is.

At one time, society was so strict that a even couple holding hands in public was frowned upon, even though it is human nature for a couple to display signals that show they are a couple.  Kissing and more intense displays may still attract comments, but generally are now accepted by society.

The next barrier was for homosexual couples.  Could they hold hands?  Could they clearly signal they were a couple in public?

Have we reached the level of enlightenment that a D/s couple can display their relationship status in public?

“in outfit”, with shoes locked, led by a leash with a gag in place is clearly too extreme for most general public outings.  My simply wearing panties under outer clothes can remind us of the relationship without any display to the public, and my wearing a somewhat discreet collar provides more.

My owner has also had me wear the high heels, both with and without a tether chain restricting my steps locking the shoes in place.  Completely frightening for me, but at night and with long trousers many may not even notice, and it is not too extreme.

What about in day time in summer?  With shorts I could wear the pink fishnet stockings under sandals, rolled down to the height of sox.  Pink fishnet sox on clear display?  Too extreme for some environments, but comfortably mild at other times.  Roll up those stockings to have pink fishnet covered legs fully on display gets far more extreme.  Or even add heels again.

But all these send signals not necessarily about submission.   The collar, and even a leash does far more to convey this, but when are where is that acceptable in public?

The locked shoes are more in the same vein, but what else can show ‘i am owned’ at various levels for various environments?

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