BDSM Terms And Advantages

Safe, Sane And Consensua (SSC)

Summary

“SSC” stands for “Safe, Sane & Consensual” in the BDSM community. By “safe,” the author means “clear-minded, with mutual consent”; this is meant to safeguard BDSM practitioners from physical or mental harm as well as abuse. They adhere to this […]

“SSC” stands for “Safe, Sane & Consensual” in the BDSM community. By “safe,” the author means “clear-minded, with mutual consent”; this is meant to safeguard BDSM practitioners from physical or mental harm as well as abuse. They adhere to this philosophy and believe that trust and voluntariness are essential to BDSM practise. Never make a sadomasochist do something he doesn’t want to do.

Top, Dom, Dominant, and Domme are all terms used to describe someone who is at the very top of their game

The English word “top” means “top / summit,” and it refers to the central position in an SM constellation. It can also be referred to as dom (from dominant). Domme or Dommse are common German terms for women’s tops.

Bottom, sub, submissive

In BDSM lingo, the active top’s sub (submissive) or bottom counterpart is called (below). Non-sadomasochists tend to think that the distribution of roles in an SM game reflects the character of the person. This is incorrect. Tops and bottoms aren’t always bossy and self-assured in everyday life, and neither are subordinates. Submissives don’t have to be slavishly submissive, even in games. The BDSM scene has dubbed rebellious and cheeky subs “SAM – Smart Ass Masochist.”

Switch

A switch in BDSM is an SMer who does not only commit to a single role, but is also dom and sub at different times. A “good top” will almost always slip into the sub-role at some point to learn how to “top” himself better.

Dominatrix

She always has something to say when the media is talking about BDSM: the latex-clad dominatrix from the neighbourhood brothel. Domina is the name given to prostitutes who focus on SM-oriented services, but this so-called expert has very little to do with the BDSM scene. Lady Brunhilde, the whip-wielding brothel owner, is said to have sadomasochistic tendencies, but this has never been proven.

Vanilla

According to polls, vanilla ice cream is the most popular flavour of ice cream. This is a good enough reason for SMers to neutrally refer to everyone who isn’t an adomasochist as “vanilla.” On the other hand, the self-proclaimed “Chocolate” and “Pistacchio” teams failed.

Fetish

Fetishism, according to Duden, is the “transfer of sex drive to things.” People say that women with a strong preference for shoes will get it. Object-relatedness is a fetishist’s strongest suit, as opposed to kink. There are all kinds of fetishes out there, from cars to noodles to trees.

Kink

A frequently asked question in BDSM-related online discussion forums: “And what about that? What would you call your fetishes?” To translate the question, it would be “What do you like to do?” “I like walking around in men’s clothes!” “I like pulling hair!” “And I get downright weak-willed when my top reads poetry to me!” are all examples of kink usage in the English language. Fetish is not the same as this.

Cbt: Cock & Ball Torture

‘Cock & Ball Torture,’ also known as ‘penis and testicle torture,’ is a type of CBT. BDSM in which the partner is subjected to physical or emotional pain is known as this type.

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