The controlling player is often called the top or dominant while the controlled individual is called the bottom or submissive.
It can be considered dangerous and therefore a safeword is advised to continue the safety of other(s) in such acts.
Tragically, a vast number of them will even tell you that they want real life, but have no intention of ever meeting you because they are married, in a long term relationship, or simply not interested in anything more than playing a D/s relationship game online. Great idea, but it won't make you feel any better when you find out the Dom of your dreams actually lives in Estonia with his wife and five children and had no intention whatsoever of actually loving you or meeting you. There is nothing wrong with being new, but you must be aware that you are responsible for your own D/s education.
I've also heard my share of stories about that great "Dom" turning out to be a female. I have yet to meet an obviously new "Dom" who is willing to admit that he knows next to nothing.
Depending on the play scenario, the roleplay may be before spectators, and bystanders may be unknowing participants in a roleplay.
Don't be so needy that you will fall for any romantic line tossed at you only to end up with a heartache when you find out he is a player. My favorite newbie line, "I was born Dominant".....or, "I've been a Dom my entire life." Those lines should tip you off. Bottom line: Know as much as possible about domination and submission BEFORE seeking a Dom.
It may involve two or more people who act out roles in a sexual fantasy and may be a form of foreplay and be sexually arousing.
Many people regard sexual roleplay as a means of overcoming sexual inhibitions.
It may involve elements of dominance and submission, passivity or obedience.
It may involve sexual bondage, either being restrained or a sex partner being restrained.
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