BDSM Submissive Explained

BDSM submissive and dominant play can shake up sexual monotony and add a whole new dimension to your sex life. Indulging in it can reunite couples and also give you a chance to discover yourself and the reason behind things that turn you on.

If you are interested in trying something out of your comfort zone, keep reading and discover all about the BDSM submissive.

Who is a Submissive Partner in The BDSM relationship?

In order to understand how the submissive-dominant relationship works, you need to understand their roles. Submissiveness is the complete surrender to the dominant person and his or her demands, actions, and desires. The submissive or sub needs to bow down to everything the dominant says or does, to obey them and the rules they set up. 

For the relationship to work, there must be boundaries set between the two participants before experimenting so that things won’t go too far. The whole point is a mutual pleasure that may or may not involve pain, restraints, sensory deprivation, and other forms of BDSM play.

If the submissive disrespects the dominant, they will get punished in the way the dominant sees fit. Safewords are used by the submissive if the situation becomes somewhat tense or if there is pain included that the submissive can’t take. 

The punishments consist of spanking, orgasm denial, humiliation, or any form of restraint.

Who is A Dominant Partner in the BDSM relationship?

A BDSM Dom is the person having absolute control over the submissive, accompanied by unquestioning behavior, action, and decision-making authority. 

The dominant may dictate the submissive’s actions throughout the sexual intercourse. Some people embrace being a BDSM submissive as a lifestyle, taking the play outside of the bedroom. Submissives enjoy being totally devoted to their doms. They can let their masters control their whole life and all the decisions they make outside of their sexual framework.

BDSM Contract and Boundaries 

Every BDSM relationship needs to have verbal or other forms of a contract made between the submissive and dominant in order to express their sexual preferences and desires. 

However, no matter what is all agreed upon and contracted, don’t forget to communicate during the sexual acts. Especially for amateurs in this field, it is logical for both participants to be excited, impatient, and even curious, but always keep in mind that you should satisfy the submissive and not harm them.

Follow the submissive’s reactions – if he or she enjoyed it, they would let you know, but on the contrary, if some signs show discomfort, the dominant should slow down or stop doing what they were doing and ask questions.

Conclusion

Being a BDSM submissive knows no gender and allows the freedom to explore your deepest sexual fantasies. All of those who decide to indulge in some form of a submissive-dominant relationship should not be surprised by the desire to repeat this unusual experience. 

Submissiveness can bring you the feeling of being powerless but also completely devoted. No matter what are your preferred kinky sex acts, it’s important to stay open and ask your dom to meet your needs. Nothing is off-limits as long as consent and clear communication is involved. 

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