What is BDSM?

Wilhelmina
Wilhelmina
December 19, 2014
What is BDSM?

Probably, every adult person at least once saw ladies in latex clothes and with whips, which are respectfully called "ladies", as well as "slaves" or "slaves" who happily carry out the orders of their "masters" and enjoy the pain. The attributes of such sexual games are lashes, collars, handcuffs and more. All this refers to the so-called culture of BDSM.

In the article we will look at what BDSM is and how this relationship differs from banal violence.

Culture BDSM

BDSM is a psychosexual culture based on erotic role-playing games of submission and domination. BDSM is an abbreviation that stands for: bondage, domination, sadism, masochism. All these components together or selectively enter into sexual relations of this kind.

  • Bondage - role-playing games that use binding, immobilization;
  • Dominance and submission are relationships when partners play the roles of master and slave;
  • Sadism - getting sexual pleasure from causing pain;
  • Masochism - getting pleasure from the experience of pain.

In a BDSM relationship, not only physical pain can be inflicted (beatings with a lash, dripping with hot wax, binding), but also moral pain — insults and humiliation. You need to understand that with BDSM games, you must strictly observe safety precautions. Such relationships must necessarily be based on mutual agreement, trust and voluntariness - this is what makes BDSM different from domestic violence. Participants in the game agree on the use of a special stop word known only to them. When using this word, any influence from the partner is terminated.

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