Tops and Bottoms Terms
In the BDSM world there is tops and bottoms or D-types and S-types which all have different names to explain what a certain person likes. A person can be into more than one thing that's the beauty of BDSM. Or how one classifies their self in a BDSM lifestyle.
Top is a person "performing that action" in a BDSM scene. The term top is not to be cofused with Dom
D-types are a form of status role that heavily identify with the Dominant side of power exchange relationships.
M-types is a term derived from the term Master to include any dominant status role that operates as an owner of human property with complete liability in a 24/7 relationship.
Service Top might be a d-type, m-type, or s-type that performs topping skills on a willing bottom primarily for the benefit of the bottom as a service to them.
Dominant or Dom is the person of power or authority/control in a Power exchange relationship who practices some form of Domination, whether it be physical, mental, emotional, spiritual domination, or a combination. the term can also be used to describe someone with a series of dominant personality traits.
Domme pronounced "dough-may" has come to indicate a female Dominant.
Sadist is someone who enjoys giving pain.
Daddy Dom a man that takes the role as a dominant force to a little or babygirl. Which acts as a leader in the relationship with treats and punishments to his little.
Owner a person who owns a human being.
Master is a term used to describe a revered d-type and is often used a variety of ways. Most often this term is used to refer to the dominant person in a Master/slave relationship usually defined as a 24/7 relationship that is greatly respected within the local BDSM community. A Master the owner of a slave the head of a household in some styles of D?s and M/s especially those group of people identifying as a House. The owner or keeper of a pet play animal.
Bottom is a person receiving the action in a BDSM scene.
S-types are a form of status role that heavily identify with the submissive side of power exchange relationships.
Submissive or sub is a person that gives up some degree of authority and/or control to a Dominant either all the time or for the duration of a BDSM scene. Not to be confused with Bottom or Slave. Submissive may also refer to the personality traits of a particular individual.
Unowned is used to described someone that identifies as a slave or property that currently is not collared or in service to another M-type.
Sissy is a male submissive to female.
Alpha Slave may refer to a slave within a house that serves as the senior slave often assisting with coordination, training and acquisition of other slaves at the will of the Master. At times the term has been improperly used to describe a slave with exceptionally strong, dominant characteristics of personality with interacting those that are not the Master with which they serve.
Property a person who is owned and subject to the will and authority of their owner. This term is preferred by those who dislike the historical connection with atrocities that the word slave embodies.
Slave is a term used to describe an s-type is often used a variety of ways. A submissive person a Master/slave relationship.
Masochist is a person that enjoy receiving of pain whether physical or mental during Sadomasochism.
Little is someone that likes to act younger then they really are. It's kind of like having an alter ego that's much younger then yourself. They enjoy more childlike babyish items such as pacifiers, sippy cups/bottles, stuffed animals, picture books, toys, games, and coloring.
Middle is someone who enjoys playing in the same way a teen would. Middles enjoy music, make up, wearing hair in teen styles or pig tails. They are usually extremely sexual.
Pet usually describes a sub who wants to takes orders from a master or mistress.
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