Bondage roles

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The trick is that the words really only have a general definition, but the specifics can change from person to person. This glossary is meant to give you an idea of what each of the BDSM roles are. This is only a starting point, you will still need to define what these roles mean to you before getting involved with another person.

My favourite example is the BDSM role slave.

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For many, a slave is a person who gives up authority in a total power exchange relationship. Some people, however, find that slave bondage roles a bondage roles thing to call their partner during role play. Watch the video below or on Youtube. This list is by no means exhaustive and is just meant to get you started!

Thank you Ms. How does a dom bottom behave and what kind of things do they do? Who are their most compatible play partners? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. A person who owns a slave. Also: a hot name to call your partner during role play or other play activity. Top The person administering the sensation in a play scene. The person holding the flogger, for example.

Submissive The person who gives up authority in a power exchange relationship. A person owned by a Master or Mistress. Also: a hot name to call your partner during role play or other play activities. Bottom The person receiving sensation during a play scene. The person getting flogged, for example. Switch A person who enjoys multiple, often opposing, roles.

A person who is both dominant and submissive, top and bottom or a person who is a dominant bottom or submissive top may also call themselves a switch. Masochist A person who gets pleasure, often sexual, from receiving pain. Sadist A person who gets pleasure, often sexual, from giving pain. Boy A male identified submissive or someone in the leather community who serves or attends to a dominant.

Boi Sometimes used by masculine leaning women. Middle An adult person who takes on the characteristics of an older child or teen or regresses to that state during BDSM play or at other times.

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Big An adult person who acts in a caregiving role to a little or middle, a person who interacts with age players without taking on like role. Often Misunderstood Roles Alpha Sub The head submissive in a multi-submissive household, like a majordomo.

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Non-consensual objectification. Not to be confused with a Pro-Domme pay for play. Not often used, since the term has been co-opted by people using the myth of universal BDSM training usually to submissives as a way to get money or sex. Mentor A trusted person who offers advice on various BDSM topics, who is not sexually involved with the mentee.

Most feel that the mentor should be the same role, sometimes the same gender as the bondage roles. Like trainer, this role has been abused by those looking to gain sexual favors through deception. Male dominants tend to use the term harem, female dominants tend to use the term stable. House A group of kinksters, who may or may not live together, who are bound by relationships, ritual, and common goals. Polyamorous Having multiple, consensual, romantic relationships.

Metamour The lover of your lover. Polycule A group of poly people, connected by their relationships with each other. Triad A three-way relationship. Often pursued as a couple with other couples. Twue An intentional misspelling used to mock people who believe that their way is the only real BDSM. Troll Similar to the regular troll, this one s BDSM sites because they bondage roles that kinky people are sluts and they can get easy sex. Uber-Dom me A dominant with an over the top dominant attitude — a bully. Uber-Slave A slave with an over the top submissive attitude.

Tries to submit to everyone in the room, tries to outdo other subs, the slaviest slave that ever slaved. Pet a person who takes on the role of a cherished pet during play or in a relationship. Also: a spoiled submissive Pony A person who enjoys dressing up and taking on the mannerisms of a horse or pony. Puppy A person who enjoys dressing up as and taking on the manerisms of a puppy or dog. Kitten A person who enjoys dressing up as and taking on the manerisms of a kitten or cat.

Furry A person who takes on the characteristics or persona of an animal, more of an identity. Often dresses in an elaborate costume or fur-suit. Pack A group of animal players, furries or primals, connected by their relationships, rituals, and common goals. Similar to a House. For example, may have wolf-like characteristics, but does not try to be a wolf. Should not be confused with transgender people. Dungeon Monitor A person deated to enforce the rules of a play party, to facilitate play and sometimes to look after safety.

Many have first-aid certification. Deviant A person who does not conform to social norms. Fetishist A person who enjoys a specific sexual fetish or multiple fetishes. Kinkster A person who is into kink. Hedonist A person who follows the philosophy of hedonism, bondage roles pursuit of pleasure for its own sake. Voyeur A person who enjoys watching others have sex. Pain Slut A masochist who likes unusual amounts of pain.

Often a compliment. Pervert A term of endearment for a kinky person. Like this: Like Loading Thanks, Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply.

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