What Is A Slave, Anyways?

Slave. A label so quickly tossed around in BDSM and fetish with little thought to why it provokes such controversial arousal in so many people. Keep in mind, everything in BDSM requires consent between two or more adults, so we are speaking on the term slave specifically used in a consented context.

Giving yourself up to someone is one of the deepest forms of love. To appreciate something so profoundly that it allows you to change your behaviour to favour the other is a strong aphrodisiac and the essence of slavery and submission. So why the term “slave” over let’s say “submissive” or “pet” or the copious others labels that can be given to a bottom in service? They can all wear collars after all.

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11 Slave Positions

Slave positions are a staple in and good BDSM or D/s. Every Master has their preferences. Favourites for Dommes develop over time, and possibly depending on the submissive. For Me I have always found it good form to familiarize yourself with many slave positions, even if you don’t use them regularly, so that you are limber and ready to move as I desire you to.

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A Safeword for the Domme

A safeword for the Domme may not be clear at first. If you take a moment to think about it, it makes perfect sense. Not much is ever spoken about in terms of Dommes and a safeword for them. subbie limits are well respected. The Dommes safety however seems to be a very large and important area that has been overlooked. It has been brought to my awareness as a submissive that I am given safewords to protect and monitor myself with.

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Topdrop & Subdrop Why it happens

Terms that if you should know if you take part in any Dominant/submissive experiences. They happen, more often than not, because our emotional depth from an experience mixed with the real world collide can be devastating. There are measures to follow to prevent and manage Topdrop or subdrop. As much as they are similar they are also different.

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