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Bondage and Domination

Referring to the practice of restraining a sexual partner and then asserting one's control over them through a variety of methods, including, but not limited to:

* forced sexual positions
* humiliation
* forced climax

Not to be confused with S&M, which refers to pain play.

See also: Bondage
"Put on your leash. It's time for some B&D."
by thehumanencyclopedia June 21, 2004
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1: Sadism and Masochism

The practice of using pain as a sexual stimulant. Some variants of S&M include

* Breast torture
* Spanking
* Whipping
* Blood play
* Vaginal torture
* 'CBT,' Cock and Ball Torture
* Asphyxiation
* Hot wax

2: Slave and Master

See also: Bondage, B&D
"You up for some S&M?"
"Gods, no. I bruise easily."
by thehumanencyclopedia June 21, 2004
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Derived from a term for slavery, Bondage has come to mean sexual slavery, particularly dealing with the simple practice of restraining one's parter to beds, posts, from ceilings, etc. Usually entails either rope (asian forms) or leather, chains, and other equipment specially designed for the purpose (western.)

Bondage considered a fetish, as enthusiasts generally prefer the thought or presence of a fully-clothed restrained partner to a fully nude and unrestrained partner.

Bondage is not to be confused with the more specific practices of B&D, the practice of restraining and then dominating, or humiliating a partner, or S&M, the practice of hurting one's partner in order to achieve sexual climax. Bondage enthusiasts generally prefer the more docile forms.
"Are you willing to try something? Can I tie you to the bed and try a little bondage play?"
by thehumanencyclopedia June 21, 2004
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