Dominatrix and submissive involves playing within power dynamics, which are often exaggerated, to explore the exchange of power and control between play partners, either by taking or surrendering control in the context of erotic play.
Within a BDSM dynamic, there tends to be two distinct roles: the dominant partner (also widely known as a “dom”, “domme”, or “top”) is typically the more assertive person who instigates the scenario and takes control over the submissive partner (also known as a “sub” or “bottom”), who in turn willingly relinquishes their control to the dominant partner. An individual who flips between dominant and submissive roles is referred to as a switch. Switches can express this tendency across all relationships, or within a given relationship.
While physical activities often do overlap with D/s dynamics, the D/s aspect of BDSM is highly psychological. Because it can manifest in many ways across individuals and relationships, the specifics of what these terms encompass occupy a significant range.
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