The thing is...I'm not always so good about being right.
This is the exchange Alpha and I had the other day:
"I can still be right! Just because you own me, doesn't mean that I can't be right..."
"Yes you can, and no it doesn't. But you may not be rude about it."
He has this way of making complete sense at the most inconvenient of times...
See, I'm pretty good at being right--not so good at saying so.
In all fairness, my delivery has gotten much better than it used to be I don't do the dance anymore.
I get around (not like that, geez), and I come across a lot of new submissive blogs. Sometimes I see that questioning about what happens when we are right.
What happens when we are right and our Dominants are not. Do we disagree or are we supposed to just let it go?
I think it is very much dependent on our approach, and the importance of the subject of disagreement.
Being right in not nearly as important to me as it used to be. In fact, I much prefer it when he is right.
There is a reasonable explanation for that (before everyone goes and decides that I'm completely off my rocker).
When one person gets the final say in all decisions, life is going to fall apart if they consistently make the wrong ones. Because we don't live in that glorious land where there is only Mastery and slavery, where unicorns roam, and disputes float off like rainbows (if you do, I would like to trade residences).
While we discuss all the important decisions, he is responsible for the final choice. I get to put in my two cents, point out why I feel my approach is best, and occasionally argue my case. But ultimately, it is not up to me. Therefore, it is in everyone's best interests that he make the right decisions.
Disagreeing with one's owner is very much about how important the issue is, and having a respectful approach. Well that, and actually being right.
Accepting one's lack of control can be an evolutionary step in its own right.
I am clearly a work in progress...