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Re. the collaring role play on SL, describe the role of the AVI who is the dominant-all about BDSM?


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Answers is here to answer questions about SL itself and how it works or sometimes doesn't.  Your questions are beyond the scope of this section. 

You should ask your questions in the adult section of the regular forum.  You can also have your curiousity satisfied by going to the adult HUBs in world, especially those devoted to BDSM.

 

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Answers is here to answer questions about SL itself and how it works or sometimes doesn't.  Your questions are beyond the scope of this section. 

You should ask your questions in the adult section of the regular forum.  You can also have your curiousity satisfied by going to the adult HUBs in world, especially those devoted to BDSM.

 

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I'd recommend you do some reading outside of SL. A good series would be the Masters of Shadowlands series by Cherise Sinclair. It's the best series I've read dealing with true BDSM since the writer is in the lifestyle. Safe, sane, consensual are what she stresses. 

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This has nothing to do with Second Life itself. Second Life is just a platform. What you should do instead is to read about BDSM (which is more than sex, by the way).

Its also not easy to make a general statement about all that. There is roleplay, that involves collars, ropes and a power difference (for example in Gor), but thats strictly between fictional characters. Then there are couples, who see it as more than that, who may be in relationship that goes even behond SL. You have people who offer d/s elements for payment.

And what happens or what the dom does depends on the individuals involved. Not everyone likes pain, humiliation, latex or else at all or in the same way.

And then the whole collar thing in general: Some people who wear a collar are normal subs, some engage in puppy-play and others just wear one for fashion.

 

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the regular forums there is an adult section you may find useful since this section is not so good at two way dialogue.  Still, you asked so ...

 

Just like any other relationship, the roles are defined by the people involved.  So take anything said to be just suggestions and vague generalities.

Collars n SL are tools.  They contain scripts to allow some behavior associated with D/s.  They are also symbols.  Not everyone who wears a collar is owned; often it is worn to show what that person is.  In general we also use the term collaring as a way of saying we have an established relationship. 

Most submissives wear a collar.  Some dominants also like to  wear a collar but usually if you see someone with a collar they are submissive.

>>  Is it all about BDSM sexual activity? 
In SL, yeah, it seems to be that way. 
Sorry, just my own opinion getting in there.  Collaring, BDSM and sexual activity are all closely associated but is no where near 100% universal truth.  Not even in SL playland. 

>> Or is it more?
It is as much or as little as the people involved say it is.

>> Other than sex, what does a dominant typically make their submissive do?
Wow.  Whatever they want would be a good start.  Control is a big thing.  Humiliation.  Training the sub like a pet. Rules!  Lots of rules.  Also, protection is a biggie.  I will say this again tho, it all depends on the people involved,what the dominant wants and what the submissive needs. Assign tasks, scold the submissive in public, praise the submissive for performing well, encourage personal growth. 

>> What are submissives wanting from the relationship?
That depends on the submissive.  Sex.  A sense of belonging.  Freedom from making decisions.

>>Do they expect to be humiliated?
Some love it, others hate it.

>>Not sure how I would carry out the Dominant role.  Any information would be helpful.
Google is your friend.  There are also inworld discussions.  Learn to be confident but not arrogant.  That does NOT mean to act like everything you do and say is right.  Ask your submissive for advice and always communicate.  Maintain control of yourself.  Have fun -- that one is the most important.

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