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How BDSM and Role Playing Really Work

How BDSM and Role Playing Really Work

How BDSM and Role Playing Really Work

BDSM is an acronym made up from a combination of bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism. It is an umbrella term used to describe a whole host of sexual practices involving everything from physical bondage to the receiving or giving of pain. It often includes an element of submissive or dominant role play, as well as other related activities.

BDSM and role play

Suspension Cuffs

BDSM will often involve some sort of role-playing games where one person takes on a submissive role and another assumes the dominant role. These role-playing scenarios often involve some sort of physical restraint, which may involve simple handcuffs or more experimental restraints such as Suspension Cuffs or Hog Ties.

Hog Ties

The scenarios can take a huge array of different forms but may also involve things like power plays and humiliation. Sometimes, the practices will also involve an element of pain, with the use of equipment such as Nipple Clamp Cuffs, whips, and switches, but pain is not essential in all experiences.

Nipple Clamp Cuffs

In these role-playing situations, the dominant person, or dom, will control the events and the sub, or submissive, will relinquish control of the situation. Many people involved in a BDSM lifestyle will stick with one preferred role, either a dom or a sub, but there are others who will change between the two, and these are known as switches.

Types of BDSM role play

In general, the erotic intensity in BDSM relationships arises from an exchange of power, usually within a role playing scenario. This power exchange can take many different forms and often includes combinations of more than one type of relationship or experience. To give you an idea of what type of practices this may involve, here is a look at some of the different types of relationships that can occur:

Master-Slave

This is where one party takes control of the other, with the intensity of this control varying. This can involve service submission, in which the submissive must act to make the dom’s life easier, and sexual submission, where the sub obeys the dom when it comes to the sexual orders that are issued.

Slave submissives often enjoy high levels of control being held over them. This may even involve them being told what to eat or wear.

Littles and caregivers

This type of role play involves the dominant person becoming the caregiver, nurturing and looking after the submissive.

Kinky role play

This can involve a whole range of different roles. Popular choices include priest and nun, doctor and nurse, and teacher and student, but the choices are endless when it comes to this type of role play.

Owner and pet

This is a popular role play choice, with many practitioners investing in Puppy Play Starter Kits and Deluxe Puppy Play sets.

The idea behind this kind of role play is that one person will be the dominant owner and the other will play the role of the submissive pet. The owner will have the responsibility of looking after their pet, as well as disciplining them.

Professional sub or dom

There are also role play scenarios that arise as a result of professional services being offered. There are doms and subs around who make their living from acting out roles in BDSM scenarios. Some of these relationships will be based on the consensual exchange of money, whereas other transactions will involve demands for other services, such as those mentioned above.

6. Internet Submission

Internet submission is a very modern form of BDSM relationship. This is based on purely virtual interactions. The relationship is kept completely online but, for many, it can become a very real and enjoyable experience. Some of these relationships grow and develop into in-person encounters if all parties want that to happen, although others will never make it beyond the confines of a computer or mobile phone screen.

Masochism or sexual sadism

To clarify, masochism is the practice of gaining pleasure from the experience of pain. Sadism is the opposite and means that someone gets pleasure from the infliction of pain on other people. The forms these practices take depend entirely on the individuals involved, but this can involve everything from traditional leather bondage gear and clamps to knife play and more extreme adventures. The key to enjoying this type of role play is always proceeding with caution and only embarking on this sort of activity when there is clear agreement and trust in place.