What’s the difference between dominance and bondage?

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Bondage, by its very name, has to do with ‘bonding’ or physically restraining one partner by using rope, handcuffs or other means, during sexual intercourse. Dominance, when used in a sexual context, has to do with how one partner dominates the other, or makes the partner submit to the other’s commands and wishes. Exercising dominance often involves role-playing. Meanwhile, sadism is the act of deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on others, mostly during sex, while masochism, which is often used in tandem with sadism, is differentiated from sadism because of the focus of the pain. In sadism, the pain is directed at others, while in masochism, it is directed at the self, or self-inflicted.

These practices are used during sexual intercourse to enhance the partners’ enjoyment of the act. Not all enjoy it—others prefer to have their sex served up simple and straightforward—but others consider it absolutely essential, and find sex boring if it’s not part of what goes on in bed. There are also some who feel a special spiritual and sensual liberation. Read this article that has an interview with a submissive

Some people who work as Australian escorts or New Zealand escorts may or may not indulge in these practices, though some do find them a come-on when encounters get around to that.

People who have tried these practices swear that the sex becomes more hot, more intense, and more exciting. Others think of them as non-conversational foreplay during sex. Some Australian escorts and New Zealand escorts offer these special services, and have experience as a submissive or as a dominant. Others are not specifically into BDSM but are open to light bondage so check their escort profiles.

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