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dominant |ˈdämənənt|

1. ruling or governing; having or exerting authority or influence.
2. occupying or being in a commanding or elevated position.
3. predominant, main, major, or chief.

dominantly adverb

ORIGIN late Middle English: via Old French from Latin dominant- ‘ruling, governing,’ from the verb dominari.

Being Dominant isn’t about ordering someone around to do your bidding, or to have a minion.  A Dominant, like my Husband, is someone who is thoughtful, careful, respectful, compassionate and loving.  He is someone whom i devote myself to, willingly.  And the thought of disappointing or upsetting my Husband causes me great distress and sorrow.