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Reasons for this include a desire for personal power; being the object of devotion; having the resources and abilities of another human at their disposal; sadism.
A submissive person is one who submits of their own free will and seeks to submit to another.In some kinds of BDSM play, the ‘top’ (usually a dominant partner) applies sensation to the ‘bottom’ (usually a submissive partner) by spanking, slapping, pinching, stroking or scratching with fingernails, or using implements like straps, whips, paddles, canes, knives, hot wax, ice, clothespins, bamboo skewers, etc.The sensation of being bound with rope, chains, straps, cling wrap, handcuffs or other materials can also be part of the experience.BDSM may encompass practices such as erotic spanking, flagellation, such as flogging, paddling or whipping, or medical submission (i.e.a submissive partner submits to humiliating and/or painful medical procedures).For example, pain, physical restraint and servitude are traditionally inflicted on persons against their will and to their detriment.
In BDSM, however, these activities are engaged in with the mutual consent of the participants, and typically for mutual enjoyment.
The major sub-groupings are described in the abbreviation “BDSM” itself: To someone outside of the fetish / BDSM scene it might appear to be a very homogeneous group of people and it may even seem to be a paraphilia. The stimulus that brings on the sexual arousal in an individual will vary from person to person.
For one person objectification and sexual humiliation might be a huge turn on whilst the thought of being caned by a dominant does nothing to them at all. This emphasis on informed consent and safety is also known as SSC (safe, sane and consensual), though others prefer RACK (Risk Aware Consensual Kink), which places the emphasis more on informed consent, and acknowledges that all activities are potentially risky.
BDSM is a catch-all phase used to describe an interest in a number of related patterns of human sexual behavior including sadomasochism, power exchange or bondage.
Strictly speaking, fetishism is not part of BDSM, but fetish imagery is very common in visual depiction of BDSM activities.
If the Dominant and submissive are in a scene that causes unacceptable discomfort for one or both, a can be uttered to warn the Dominant of trouble and immediately call for a stop to the scene.