BDSM

BDSM

BDSM , a condensed acronym in the 1990s to combine communities and practices that had a significant amount of crossover – bondage and discipline (B&D or B/D), dominance and submission (D&S or D/s), and sadomasochism or sadism and masochism (S&M or S/M). BDSM is currently frequently used as a catch-all phrase to includes a wide range of activities, forms of interpersonal relationships, and distinct subcultures which may or may not fit well into the original three intended categories.

As mentioned above BDSM is defined as Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Submission and Sadomasochism. It is thought of as a Alternative Lifestyle choice for most participants. There are two parts of BDSM which are the Dominant ( FemDom ) and submissive roles. Usually referred to as D/s  or in some cases M/s ( Mistress / submissive or slave ) .

BDSM

There are so many facets to BDSM to list, it could take a entire lifetime to explore yet for our purposes on this website we'll stick to the basics to just educate some that are new to the lifestyle.

BDSM

There are different thoughts/ practices on BDSM we do list the main 3 currently.

SSC = Safe, Sane Consensual

RACK  = Risk Aware Consensual Kink

P.R.I.C.K. = Personal Responsibility, Informed Consensual Kink emphasizes the concept of taking personal responsibility for your actions, as well as an informed analysis of the risks. It attempts to place even more responsibility on the individual. P.R.I.C.K. takes awareness and drives home the urgency and importance that Both of the P/players are responsible for any environment, context or predicament that arises while at play. It is a CHOICE that declares that while awareness is good, the active role of personal responsibility is best."

These practices usually define either the extremes or safety a FemDom is willing to do or practices. It is solely the responsibility of the individuals to follow these practices to be responsibility informed. Do Not Just assume you know what will happen next.

Even though these FemDoms  are experienced, accidents can happen in almost any situation or scene, it is best to have prior knowledge of what is going to happen next. Educate yourself before giving a blanket answer, such as "I'm new. I have no idea what I like yet". This does not help you discover new experiences or likes.