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W hile 50 Shades of Grey has brought BDSM into the mainstream, many couples regularly practice the lifestyle, which refers to sex practices including domination, bondage and sadomasochism. But is it healthy to add a little spanking and submission into your sex life? Jones said. They have the same concerns. But I also help vanilla couples introduce BDSM into their relationships, sometimes, in a bid to save their unions. I recently had a couple come in recently and the wife was in tears.
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Dawn-Elise Snipes Feb 18, What does dominant and submissive mean in a relationship? Their fictitious BDSM relationship revolves around power dynamic , power play, and bondage and discipline. Christian Grey is evidently a male dominatrix the dominant partner , whereas Anastasia Steele plays a submissive role. Now, when we shift to reality, the first question that probably comes to mind is: Does that kind of relationship really exist? How does it work? Even though women are mostly represented as those who fall for dominant, strong, and powerful men who are just waiting for a fragile and gentle woman to come their way, the roles can be reversed as well.
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Female submission or femsub is an activity or relationship in which a woman consents to submit to the direction of a sexual partner or allows her body to be used sexually by or for the sexual pleasure of her partner. The expression is often associated with BDSM , when the woman voluntarily and consensually submits to such activity. Submission usually involves a degree of trust by the woman in her partner. The dominant partner is usually a man, but can also be another woman, or there can be multiple dominant partners simultaneously. The submissive woman may derive sexual pleasure or emotional gratification from relinquishing to varying degrees control to as well as satisfying a trusted dominant partner.
We all recognise the popular image of submissive men who worship women and get off on being dominated. So why is it that submissive women are often perceived very differently? This response is perhaps understandable on the surface, but it misses the point. Sexual kinks and fetishes do not usually translate from the bedroom to the outside world, let alone to the boardroom. Surely the very point of equality is acknowledging that women can have the same desires as men?