Out-Domming the Dominatrix

A dominatrix in BDSM refers to any woman who assumes the role of dominant female. She may do this professionally or choose to play it out in her domestic relationship. Doms exert their authority over submissives through various methods ranging from whipping and bondage to whipping, bondage and forced chastity; before engaging in any actions that could potentially cause harm it is essential that Doms seek consent from them first.

Doms work hard to exert an overwhelming sense of control over all aspects of their lives, not only sexual ones. They may set rules for their subordinates to follow, demand respect from them in personal interactions, take care to protect themselves financially and physically from threats to health or finances, as well as being accountable for all actions undertaken – one of the main duties associated with being a Dom.

Although there are various methods to ensure safety in D/s relationships, such as safewords, boundaries, check-ins and aftercare plans, Doms must remember that mistakes do happen. It’s easy to become distracted from your sub, forgetting boundaries or limitations altogether in the moment – so it is crucial that Doms have an intimate knowledge of their sub’s pain threshold and conduct workshops or practice scenes beforehand in order to gauge their response.

Text messaging provides a perfect environment for domming, enabling Doms to guide sexual scenarios with commands, questions and rules-setting. They can also amplify eroticism using provocative language to increase suspense and excitement.