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BDSM Glossary

If 50 Shadows has taught us anything, it is that the bondage and fetish scene has its own language when it comes to roles, sexual acts and playful activities.

For example, you may be familiar with the term BDSM, but do you really know what Bondage and Discipline (BD), Domination and Summission (DS), and Sadism and Masochism (SM) really mean? What a bite we think you'll agree!

Here are some of the most common terms you'll probably encounter when talking about slavery and discuss the meaning behind the word. You'll be an expert on BDSM jargon in no time.

Dominant (Domme / Sun)

The person taking on the lead role during BDSM play or BDSM relationships. He's basically in charge.

Submissive (sub)

This person has chosen to cede some control in certain aspects of their lives and hand that power over to a Dominant to make some decisions for them. They become sumissive. This could be a full-time lifestyle choice or a temporary submission during the BDSM game.

SWITCH

Changing people enjoy taking on both dominant and submissive roles, usually at different times or with different partners.

Ssc

SSC is an abbreviation for SAFE, Sane and Consensual and means playing within its limits, being in your right mind and with all parties agreeing what is acceptable and what is not.

Vanilla

The term used to refer to those that are not delivered to perverted games, fetishists or BDSMs.

Safe word

Safe words are remembered before the BDSM game starts. It is a word or phrase that the submissive can use at any time to stop the activity. No matter how light your bondage game is, you should always agree on a word of security beforehand.

Cbt

Get ready, boys: CBT stands for Cock and Ball Torture. This could be anything from delaying your orgasm to being a little more energetic about your genitals.

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