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Sep 22, 2 comments. To begin, what is a submissive? Firstly, the dictionary gives the basic meanings of the word submissive as follows:. Obedient, slavish, servile, and compliant are just a few other words that can be used to describe submissive behaviour.

Generally, a submissive is a person who makes a conscious choice to give up some or all control of their life to a Dominant. Being a submissive means allowing someone else to control your body and behaviour, within the pre-set limits you and the Dominant have agreed upon. A common misconception of the lifestyle is that submission is weakness. But submission is not a of weakness; some of the most successful and strongest people are submissives.

Submission is not about passiveness, and it is not about being a doormat — most submissives are intelligent and well balanced people just fulfilling their basic desires to submit and to give up control. For a Dominant, being able to control and own an intelligent, strong person, is more pleasurable than being with someone who is simply passive. It shows the true nature of a Dom and sub, consensual submission to a masterful Dominant.

They serve the Dominant in whatever manner they wish, for their pleasure and comfort. This includes serving both sexual and non-sexual desires. It may also be completing tasks set by the Dominant for amusement, or for a specific purpose such a journaling or exercising that could be to help the submissive improve their well-being, or to challenge their mind, or simply something that the Dominant needs to have done.

The level of submission refers to the time, commitment and limits of a submissive. There are eight levels of submissives. This is a person, not into servitude, humiliation, or giving up control. They like the rougher side of sex and sexual acts, all on their own terms the focus is on pleasing themselves not to please others. It could be as simple as enjoying getting hickeys! This is more about being submissive in role-playing scenes, for example, schoolteacher scenes or school girl scenes. The submissive role-player is usually into humiliation, but NOT into servitude, even in play.

They may even really serve the dominant in some ways, but only on their own terms. This is someone who truly gives up control, temporarily, and within agreed-upon limits with the Dominant, but gets their main satisfaction from aspects of submission other than serving or being used by the Dominant. A deep submissive gets pleasure from serving their Dominant and also being pleasured by the Dominant. The submissive play slave gets their main satisfaction from serving, and being used by Dominant — but only for FUN purposes, usually erotic.

This is a slave with slightly more intensity than the type. The difference lies in wanting to serve the Dominant in both sexual and non-sexual ways, but only when the slave is in the mood. May even act as a full-time slave for, say, several days at a time, but is free to quit at any time or at the end of the agreed upon several days. They devote most of their time to other commitments e. The slave, in turn, expects to be regarded as a prized possession. While not everyone identifies as a slave or submissive, most people at some point in their sexual journey has gotten or given a hickey, given or received a little spank, or perhaps enjoyed some light role-play.

View More Posts by this Author. I do enjoy and appreciate anyone who enjoys opening up on all things BDSM related as we can all learn something new, if only a new perspective. But i would like to share my 2 cents worth if i can be so bold. Also your No 1. That sounds like someone who is into a bit of kink.

Or they could describe themselves as a bottom. You also use the term slave. Also if a slave is totally commited to her Master yet works …. My Dom wants me to take my submission to a deeper level. I need help in understanding what he means. Firstly, the dictionary gives the basic meanings of the word submissive as follows: The act of submitting to the authority or control of another. The condition of having submitted to control by someone else.

The surrendering of power to another person. About the Author: victoriasparrow. Jackie on October 6, at am. Donna on June 10, at am. I need help in understanding what he means Reply. Search for:.

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