One of the most common topics dominant men want to talk to me about are the rules for their submissive, more specifically what rules to create, what rules to avoid, and how to enforce them. The entire concept of the D/s dynamic is a relationship built around a ruleset. D/S refers to dominance and submission, the crux of a BDSM relationship. While kinky people can be on a spectrum (see: “ Switch ”), typically you’re either dominant or submissive.
First and foremost, a Dom/sub relationship is an energy dynamic between two partners. The Dominant leads, guides, and protects the submissive. The submissive is the baby girl or servant who pleases the dominant. A Switch is someone who switches these roles, as they enjoy certain aspects of both domination and submission. They may enjoy spanking their partner over their knee (Dominant), and also enjoy being tied up and teased (Submissive).
Serving a Dominant is a very fulfilling lifestyle. However, many submissive beginners are lost. They don’t know what the BDSM role entails. Many times they are just looking for someone to fix them, to make them feel complete. Dominance and submission: This d escribes the practice of giving power or control (submission) to another who then takes it (dominance). Dominance and submission can be emotional, physical, or.