Officer Wes' protocol
for
his slave or boy
(and for those who desire to be his slave or boy)

 

Table of contents:

 

What is protocol?

"A code of correct conduct: safety protocols; academic protocol."
(Definition 1b from The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)

 

Officer Wes' protocol for his slave (and those who desire to be his slave):

  1. Obedience

    • Protect the property
      Maintains the ability to be of-service.
      Protect the slave physically, mentally, spiritually & emotionally (mind / body / spirit / emotions). See also Disciplined.

    • Reliability
      Builds trust.
      Following directives combines many positive attributes, including faithful obedience, respect, dedication, and trust.
      My orders are not questioned. (Clarification may be requested if appropriate.)

    • Honesty
      At all times. This will maximize our understanding of each other. Avoid passive-aggressive behavior at all costs as it combines at least two very unattractive traits: dishonesty and unwillingness to communicate directly.

    • Punctuality
      Naturally this applies to any commitment, but also to prompt returning of phone calls, texts and e-mail. To clarify "what time it is" exactly the family uses US Naval Observatory Master Clock Time.

    • Dedication
      I am seeking someone who wants a realationship. It takes dedication and commitment.

    • Trustworthiness

  2. Respect

    This will come naturally.

  3. Communicative

    • Timely

      Anyone in service to me prepares a weekly report, keeping me informed of anything s/he feels I should know, and has it to me by 7:30a.m. Wednesday.

      State "the assumed" to help avoid misunderstandings. Keep me updated on the status of things that have been assigned to you. Speak what's on your mind at an appropriate time (which often is the soonest possible time). Quick feedback tends to lessen problems.

    • Orders

      Every order issued is cheerfully acknowledged with "Sir, yes, Sir! Thank You, Sir!" once understood. ("Sir, beg your pardon Sir" is the appropriate response when a slave didn't hear or clearly understand an order. My slave says "Sir, yes Sir! Thank you Sir!" only when it fully understood the explanation or order and when it feels the appreciation for having been given it.)

    • Apologies

      "Sir, beg your pardon, Sir" is how a slave expresses regret for an accidental mishap. My slave never says "Sorry" nor "Excuse me," as these forms imply that the slave acted of his own will.

    • Written communications

      My slave follows strict protocol in written communications with me. (See also Orders and Apologies, above.)

      Address me as "Sir" or "Officer Wes, Sir". If you become my slave, you may also address me as "Master, Sir".

      In written communications, my slave

      • opens the communication with "Sir", "Officer Wes, Sir" or"Master, Sir" in the first sentence
      • ends each statement to me with "Sir" (multiple statements or questions together may use only a single "Sir" between them)
      • closes with the given name in the last sentence

    • Oral communications

      My slave also follows strict protocol in oral communications with me. (Again also see Orders and Apologies, above.)

      Address me as "Sir" or "Officer Wes, Sir". If you become my slave, you may also address me as "Master, Sir".

      In oral communications, my slave

      • opens the communication with "Sir", "Officer Wes, Sir" or"Master, Sir" in the first sentence
      • ends each statement to me with "Sir" (multiple statements or questions together may use only a single "Sir" between them)

    • Physical communications

      I like the protocol developed by SlaveMaster: The short version is take time to acknowledge your Master and feel your slavery, both when entering and leaving his presence for any significant amount of time.

    • Enthusiastic
      Fun time is good time for all involved. A lot of hard work goes into being a good Master, just as a lot of hard work goes into being a good slave. When you notice I've been working on something for you, speak up and tell me you appreciate it.

    • Passionate

  4. Disciplined

    Physically, keep your body fit for my use.
    Mentally, re-read the Respect and Reliability sections. Also, develop an ongoing meditation practice to help calm and soothe the mind.

    • Substance-free
      Nothing comes between us.

    • Self-supporting
      I am your Master, not your sugar daddy.

    • Clean
      In yourself, quarters, vehicle, and my home.

  5. Loving

    It is my hope that my property spreads love and joy to the rest of humanity as it travels along its path. Therefore, my standing orders are to strive to be mindfully present with a loving heart.

 

FYI:

 

Rules of the household:

Stay out of

Duties for the household (when here) / household schedule

 


 

My thanks to those who helped make this possible: The Colonel for early talks which included the distinction between creating protocol for the household (this is how it runs) and protocol for the slave or boy (this is what you will do); Master Steve of Butchmann's, who has been a source of joy and guidance; SlaveMaster, whose protocol is utilized by Butchmanns Experience and which formed the basis for much of this personalized protocol; and some ideas I picked up from Master Skip. Thank you all.

 


 

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