What Does BDSM Mean? [Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission]

BDSM is a niche in porn which stands for Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission, Sadochism and Masochism.

What is The Meaning of BDSM?

BDSM is nothing but where one person will play a dominant role while the other person will be a submissive. Submissive person will be listening to what the dominant person says or wants his submissive partner to do,

Different Types Of BDSM

1. The dominant person is the male and the submissive person is female.

2. The dominant person is female and the submissive person is male.

3.  The dominant person is male and the submissive is also male (Gay BDSM)

4. The dominant person is female and the submissive is also female (Lesbian BDSM)

The dominant will be in control of the action and the submissive will be surrendering to the dominant.

Having a BDSM relationship can be enjoyable and fun if both the person involved in it feels the pleasure they get from it.

A perfect BDSM relationship can help your relationship to last forever.

The BDSM activities can include tieing the submissve person with ropes, bitting your partner, breast torture, canning or spanking, breath play, chastisty and there are many more.

You might have definitely heard of the movie Fifty Shades Of Grey where you can watch the bdsm activity. In this movie, male will be dominant and females will be submissive. 

You might be wondering if there is sex involved in BDSM. Well, the answer is yes and no. There can be sex in BDSM and there can be no sex invlved in BDSM as well.

BDSM can help you provide some of the intense sexual experiences of your life. 

BDSM is not related to abuse. BDSM and abuse are totally different from one another. BDSM works only with the consent of each other. 

If the submissive wants to stop the scene the dominant person should stop the activity immediately or it might lead to more pain and fault in your BDSM relationship.

Tips to Begin BDSM in Your Relationship

You might love the idea of BDSM but you aren’t aware whether your partner is into BDSM or not. So how do you deal with this? Let’s see some steps to get started.

Don’t rush things

Start to begin the conversation with your partner slowly. Don’t rush things and make it complicated. Forcing things will only get worse. 

Start the conversation with your partner especially when you both are horny in bed and cuddling with each other. This is the perfect time to make your move.

Tell your partner how you feel and what you expect them while having sex or sexual activities. Dont say everything all at once. Start little by little and see how they react to it.

Get to the point

Talk only about what you desire and be specific about what BDSM activities you like. This will make things easy and your partner will also come to know what exactly you expect from them.

Don’t ever make your partner feel pressured about this or physically and mentally force them to do. It should come with passion and love. 

Sometimes it might take some time for them to understand all these and get into it. So have patience while dealing with this with your partner.

The Thoughts

Not all BDSM activities are safe. There are BDSM activities if not done with precautionary measures it can become fatal. 

So always take some considerable advice before you go with any BDSM activities. Hope you have got some idea about what is BDSM and how BDSM can help you with sexual pleasure.

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