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Some people in the D/s world capitalize words and names that refer to dominants, and do not capitalize those that refer to submissives, hence the capitalization of D/s; others do not.It was popularized in internet chatrooms, to make it easier to identify the orientation of the writer or the person being written about.
Fantasy role play can be an element, with partners taking classic dominant or submissive roles, or classic authority-figure roles such as teacher and student, police officer and suspect, or parent and child.It may have roots in the military, where new recruits are required to refer to themselves as "this recruit", rather than "I" or "me".There can be any number of partners in a D/s relationship: one dominant may have several submissives, who may in turn dominate others, or a submissive may have multiple dominants. Romantic love is not necessarily a feature in D/s: partners might be very much in love or have no romantic relationship at all. Welll im just learning the ropes of BDSM an im looking for a excperinced Dom to take me under his wing an guide me, love me, care for me... SADLY, FOR YOU, I AM OWNED AND WOULD APPRECIATE IF I WASN'T MESSAGED WITH PROPOSALS,... While it may not seem so from the outside, Dominants will also have limits and boundaries of their own, and should not only have a safeword but also be comfortable calling it if their own limits are exceeded.This includes cases where the dominant may feel things have gone too far and is uncomfortable continuing.As with any other participant, the dominant's safeword call should herald the stopping of all play and the start of a recuperative discussion between the participants. It is usually a negotiated lifestyle, with people discussing their wishes, limits, and needs in order to find commonality.A D/s relationship may be sexual or non-sexual, long- or short-term, and intimate or anonymous.In D/s, both parties take pleasure or erotic enjoyment from either dominating or being dominated.Those who take the superior position are called dominants—Doms (male) or Dommes (female)—while those who take the subordinate position are called submissives—or subs (male or female). Two switches together may negotiate and exchange roles several times in a session.