BDSM (EN)

Are you ready for this world? I'll tell you a little bit about it and what each BDSM letter means.

Ropes, moorings, whips, leather clothes, candles and more. This is all part of BDSM, but before you think that this world is just violence and sex, stay calm, it’s not there.


All actions taken in a session are consensual, the sessions usually involve one or more Dommes and Servants, Dommes are called the people who are dominating the session and servants or submissive those who are dominated. Both have an agreement and always combine security keywords to interrupt actions.

For dominators and servants, pleasure does not always come from penetration, pleasure is in dominating and being dominated.


BDSM stands for Bondage, Discipline, Domination and Submission and Sadomasochism.


Bondage is nothing more than the act of restricting the partner with ties, sales or physically. Practitioners of this sport take pleasure in the transfer of power that Domme has over him, there are several moorings for bondage, whether with ribbons, ropes, chains, handcuffs or fabrics.


Discipline describes psychological restrictions and punishments that the servant takes from his dominant through whipping, tying, tickling or verbal humiliation. Punishments are applied through combined actions before practice.


Domination and submission address customs and rituals where the submissive yields control to the domme, which in turn performs domination through verbal or physical punishment.

Sadomasochism is a complement of pleasure, the sadist takes pleasure in punishing and humiliating his masochist, who in turn takes pleasure in being punished or humiliated, physically or verbally.


All BDSM modalities are complete, the game of seduction is a very interesting game. As much as you like or come to like one mode, you always end up using a little bit of the other when it comes to pleasure.


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