Domination is exerting power and taking control over someone else. Domination is a key element in BDSM, and represented by the letter D. When practicing domination, one person dominates another either emotionally or physically. The person who controls is called a “dominant” , whereas the person who is being controlled is called a
Dungeon Monitor, or DM, is the person responsible for making sure that rules are followed in dungeons or during play parties. Their job is to ensure that no participant engages in activities that cross the border into dangerous or non-consensual, and act as a bouncer to prevent people that are
Emotional Sado-Maso is a practice involving emotional domination or humiliation. The purpose of emotional sadomasochism is to elicit an emotional response from one of the players through name-calling and other methods of humiliation as verbal humiliation and eye contact restriction.
Flogging refers to a BDSM practice that involves whipping a playmate with a flogger in order to induce sexual pleasure. The Flogger is a multi-tailed whip made of leather, rubber or other flexible materials. Flogging is a part of impact play and can inflict pain by the dominant in order to
What is Humiliation? Humiliation is a common theme and even it’s own fetish inside the world of BDSM and sexual subcultures. Humiliation is defined as a loss of or blow to one’s pride, which creates mortification, embarrassment, forced humility, and often leads to lowliness or submission. In everyday life, most people
What is Masochism? Masochism is often one of the key components of BDSM, with many translations of the acronym attributing the ‘M’ to Masochism. It is defined as one’s tendency or desire to derive pleasure, most often or especially sexual gratification, from pain, humiliation, or other forms of degradation. Most