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What is D/s

D/s Stands for
Dom and slave
Domination and submission
dom and servitude
none of the above

D/s is often referred to as the "mental" side of BDSM.

Slaves and submissives oftern refer to themselves as "this girl" or "this slave" instead of "I" or "me" This originated ...
From the gorean books
From online
from the mililtary
All of the above

Submissives generally outnumber Dominants,

Which of these is a Common D/s myth
Mistresses are all slaves
Submissives are attempting to re-live childhood abuse.
Doms are all kind loving and caring
D/s doesnt really exist

D/s is
usually a case of "role-reversal" with people who have much power and responsibility in real life often preferring a submissive role.
considered abuse
D/s is just "play"
a set of behaviors, customs and rituals relating to the giving and accepting of dominance of one individual over another in an erotic or lifestyle context.

A D/s relationship may be sexual or non-sexual, long or short term, and intimate or anonymous

a "Slave contract" is often used for....
to reassure the slave
to see what the other person is into
long term consent
none of the above

TPE stands for
The power Exchange
Total power exchange
The powerful energy
All of the above

There was once a tradition that wearing a collar with an open padlock indicated that one was seeking a partner, a closed lock indicated that one was in a relationship.

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