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Transcript of SEX
Bondage & Discipline
Submissive and Switch
A set of behaviors, customs and rituals relating to the giving and accepting of control of one individual over another in an erotic or lifestyle context
Domination gives the person a "high" ( a sense of power and control)
Submission is an exchange of power, to experience another perspective
Domination & Submission
BDSM and You
Damon, Derek, Jimmy
Sadism & Masochism
Partner who controls the activity situation:
Top, Dominant, Daddy, Big, Sir, Master, Madam, Mistress, and Ma'am
Do not seem to be related because of the activities
Have conceptual similarities
Bondage describes the practice of physical restraint, may or may not be sexual acts
Discipline describes the psychological restraint with the use of rules and punishment to control overt behavior
Partner who is being controlled:
Bottom, Pet, Submissive, Little, Dog, Bitch, Slave.
The submissive partner fantasizes about receiving pain. This partner wishes to be controlled and punished through acts of humiliation.
Sadism in this instance refers deriving sexual pleasure from harming there partner in a consensual and generally agreed upon fashion
Conversely Masochism refers to being aroused by the submission to another while at the same time being able and willing to call off the situation if they feel unsafe.
The "Big daddy" has fantasies and desires of inflicting pain on someone. To see the submissive partner suffer and humiliated gives big daddy pleasure.
When the partners switch roles from dominant to submissive or submissive to dominant.
Ex: Two "big daddy's" are in a relationship, one of them will be submissive and then switch off from there. This way both needs are fulfilled.
While the media generally portrays the community as being rather deviant the actual community tends to be based around the self exploration of one's sexual identity in the midst of role playing diferent power dynamics.