Collar - a device of
any material placed around the neck of the submissive partner. It is also a term
used to show ownership of a submissive by a dominant.
The most common material is leather, and many
people use actual dog collars with a buckle. Other materials include rubber,
PVC, and metal, typically stainless steel. Collars may be decorated in various
ways, and often feature buckles, straps and hooks, padlocks and other
attachments. The standard form is a black leather band around the neck, though
there are many variations including elegant jewelry necklaces. D-rings are often
added to allow the attachment of a leash.
Collared - A person wearing a collar to symbolize
their relationship with another. Some people conduct formal
"collaring ceremonies" which are regarded as effectively solemnizing
their relationship in the same way as a marriage ceremony.
House collars - used in clubs, homes and
in organizations that provide social spaces to protect submissives. House
collars show that the submissive is under the guidance of the house and is not
to be approached. This is often used with inexperienced submissives who are not
ready to make their own choices yet and need time to learn.
Leash - or lead is a length of rope,
leather, chain or other flexible material ostensibly for restraint or control.
Most leashes attach to collars or body harnesses, while others loop directly
around the person's neck, wrist, ankle or sometimes around the male genitals.
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