What is a “D/s Dom/Sub”? A D/S (Dom/Sub) refers to the term used to represent the existing relationship between players in a BDSM setup. The ‘D’ stands for Dominance while the ‘S’ stands for Submission. Dominance holds the authority in the relationship and it can encompass physical, emotional and psychological
Dacryphilia, or crying fetish, is arousal from tears or sobbing. Dacryphilia can be triggered by viewing another person in emotional distress, when causing another to cry, or by having someone show strong emotion. Dacryphilia may be part of humiliation play, or of sadism – in cases where the tears are
What is “Discipline”? In BDSM, discipline involves a set of rules or guidelines created by the dom. These rules are intended for the sub to strictly abide by. It is represented by the “D” in the BDSM acronym. Discipline is more common during slave and/or submissive training. Background & Application
The person in control during BDSM play. A dominant person recieves sexual gratification from being in control and domineering someone else. The dominant sets the rules for the submissive, issues commands, and in general is the active partner during the scene. If there is bondage involved, the dominant is the
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
What is a “Dominatrix”? A dominatrix generally is a female BDSM player who takes on the Dominant role in BDSM practices. Sexual orientation is no huge factor in determining a dominatrix. At the same, a dominatrix’ manifestation of her authoritarian behavior may not just be limited to physical dominance alone.