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Everything You Need to Know About BDSM
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Everything You Need to Know About BDSM 

For starters, we can break BDSM into three categories: Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/Submission, and Sadism/Masochism. This is the general umbrella in which the majority of kinks fall. It can contain all or just one element, it does not hold any judgment.

Sex, control, and even pain can be balanced in a healthy fashion. So long as two people agree and have given their permission clearly. Aftercare is an integral part of the relationship as well.

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"Aftercare" refers to the time and energy spent by two partners after an intense sexual scenario. It’s based on communicating how you both felt about what was happening and making sure that each partner felt validated and cared for.

BDSM Isn’t All About Physical Violence

Both partners are trying to please the other in a healthy BDSM relationship. The submissive sets limits and essentially controls what's going on in the relationship.

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However, between sadism/masochism and uninvited physical abuse, there is a huge difference. The relationship is based on meeting the needs of your partner, providing them with satisfaction, and engaging regularly to ensure that both of you are doing well.

Dominance Is Not All Giving Orders

From the outside looking in, Doms seem to call the shots, regardless of what the submissive is wanting or not wanting to do. BDSM relationships are rarely like this, and the submissive is never really out of control.

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BDSM is about putting your trust in someone else. For the sake of surrendering power, submissives sometimes take that position, of giving themselves completely to another person.

That said, they will be the ones who ultimately determine when to start and stop in a scene. Unless the submissive really has power and authority, the partnership does not work.

It is also important to note that BDSM is about testing boundaries, not going beyond them. If you are uncertain or uncomfortable with something, say no or request to stop, as with all forms of sexual activity.

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