There seem to be a lot more blogs by submissives than there are blogs by Dominants.
Part of this is that there are simply more submissives than Dominants. I have read, one place, that the number is something like seven subs for every 3 Dom/mes.
One might thus expect a baseline of 70% of D/s blogs to be by submissives, assuming that the blogging subset (!) exists in the same percentage as the D/s population at large. (And the much bigger assumption that the 7/3 ratio is accurate.)
By My anecdotal reckoning it's a lot closer to 90%.
Why should that be? Several possibilities:
1. submission is easier to write about than Dominance.
2. submission is more interesting to read about than Dominance.
3. submissives are naturally more introspective and analytical than Dom/mes.
4. submissives read more blogs, thus comment on more blogs, thus their blogs are better publicized and linked to.
5. A submissive can be ordered to do a blog, thus making submissive blogs more likely.
And any number of other possibilities.
I'm not sure I really put much faith in any of those I listed above.
If not those reasons, though . . . why?
That's Part 2.