Differences Between the Two Roles of BDSM Submissive vs Slave

Differences Between the Two Roles of BDSM Submissive vs Slave

What are the differences between submissive (submissive) and slave (slave) two concepts that you come across in the BDSM world and that are often intertwined?

Being submissive (submissive) and slave (slave) are two concepts that you come across in the bdsm world and are often intertwined. however, there are some clear differences that distinguish these two roles.

The word submissive is an adjective. The word slave is a noun. so the word slave means whatever you are. but the word submissive is what you do in the bdsm world.

In a bdsm relationship, the submissive can make his own decisions, make choices and set his own limits. acquisition is within its limits and is subject to negotiation. Entering and exiting this role in daily life is at your own discretion.

a real slave is another character entirely. While submissive can act within the limits mentioned above; The slave is responsible for enforcing the owner’s decisions. The slave has no right or freedom to decide. completely left to its owner. Of course, an extraordinary trust mechanism must work in the relationship here.

Although I define it with this kind of generalization, each submissive and slave relationship is unique and personal in itself. Based on what happened, you can see a lot of people who turn from slave to submissive role, or if the relationship and trust gets deeper, you can see a lot of people from submissive role, slave.

Whether you are slaves or obey, at the end of the day make your master happy and enjoy.

submissive is a general condition, it can be submissive oriented, dominant oriented or a mixture of both, regardless of the person’s relationship.

To be a slave you need a master. If the submissive, who determines the hardness limits and safeword (safe word), agrees to give all the power to the other person and be his, he is a slave. short-term, bedroom-only or 24/7 slave modes are available. In normal life, it is also possible to have a lover, a master/slave relationship in the bedroom or in their own home.

The slave has risen above the submissive’s final rung on the social ladder. Slave transcends boundaries. When you become a slave, you completely and unconditionally give yourself up. Few people, in my opinion, fit this description. Those who do, at least from what I’ve seen, tend to stay with their Dominant for an extended period. Trust has been established for a long time, limits and range have been discovered, and a relationship of personal strength has emerged that allows the submissive to reach this level. This is a level where there are no safewords or restrictions. The slave may or may not have a life outside of serving their master. They live with their master full-time. In most cases, the slave chooses a Dominant with parallel restrictions. This means that trust’s final action is the letting go of previously established boundaries. To be able to do this, the person must be aware of their partner’s ‘natural’ or ‘inviolate’ boundaries. Like a submissive, a Dominant has boundaries. Their arena is whatever is in their natural range and desire.

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