It is very important to understand these terms before engaging in BDsm sessions and or relationships

Rack vs ssc

RACK

  • Risk-Aware: Both or all partners are well-informed of the risks involved in the proposed activity.
  • Consensual: In light of those risks, both or all partners have, of sound mind, offered preliminary consent to engage in said activity.
  • Kink: Said activity can be classified as alternative sex

SSC

  • Safe: attempts should be made to identify and prevent risks to health
  • Sane: activities should be undertaken in a sane and sensible frame of mind
  • Consensual: all activities should involve the full consent of all parties involved

There is no "safe" or "not safe" within RACK, only "safer" and "less safe." RACK guidelines are more prominent than SSC in the BDSM community. This means that I am a provider. I have provided this wealth of information for you to learn about yourself and your own boundaries. I have more than done My part, the rest is up to you. You need to acknowledge that there is risk involved with this, even if it is occuring only online.

While "Safe, Sane and Consensual" (SSC) tries to describe and differentiate BDSM from abuse in ways that are easy for those of the "vanilla" world to comprehend, RACK goes one step further and acknowledges that nothing is ever 100% safe. What may be safe or sane to one person may not be considered safe and sane to another; the RACK philosophy tends to be more inclusive of activities that others may consider to be unsafe.

prick

  • Personal Responsibility: both the partners are responsible for their own actions
  • Informed: both the partners are informed about potential risks of the engagement
  • Consensual: both the partners are consenting to the engagement after being informed of the risks 
  • Kink: Said activity can be classified as alternative sex


This is VERY similar to RACK, except it puts more risk / control into the hands of the bottom, as it is up to them to determine if they want to engage in the services that the practitioner offers. I am aware of My limits, potential risks involved, and the extent of My responsibility to a bottom, are you?

How Many Cs are in BDSM?

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CCC (Long Term - Submissives)

  • Committed: the bottom is exclusively serving the top in the best way s/he can
  • Compassionate: the top and bottom have a bond they share
  • Consensual: both the partners are consenting to the relationship


CCC is, for all intensive purposes, the maximum power exchange from bottom to top, and is more appropriate for TPE (Total Power Exchange) or longer term BDSM relationships, rather than the session activities with professionals or short term interactions. In this instance, instead of the bottom's desires and required activities being defined, only 'Unwanted' and 'Undesired' activities are defined. In other sense, only 'Hard Limits' are discussed. The Dom then decides everything else for the bottom. This is the true FLR and applies to submissives seeking full time submission to one Dom. The dom is then in charge of ensuring the health and safety of their sub.

CCCC (Short Term - Fetishists / Submissives)

  • Caring: both parties RESPECT each other and engage in a caring way, so as to build trust. 
  • Communication: people have different types of limits, and these limits may change depending on variables like time, current situation and mood, exposure to certain activities, who they are playing with, and so forth. Communication is important before, during, and after a session.
  • Consent: both partners are consenting to the engagement
  • Caution: both partners are fully aware of ALL potential risks involved, especially the risks involved in engaging in more "extreme" or "hardcore" fetishes with a partner that you do not know well, or necessarily trust yet.


All of these terms are strongly interwoven, but what it means is that even for one who prefers to just engage in occasional sessions with a Domme, these guidelines should be abided by in order to have successful sessions. Even in short term sessions, if some baseline of trust is not established the session will not be fulfilling, or won't occur at all if either player feels that they cannot trust the other. I have no issue cutting off communication with any individual who does NOT abide by these above guidelines. Respect is one of the biggest parts of this experience.

Fetishist vs submissive

Fetishist / Submissive

Both fetishists and submissives are welcome in My live chat room, as well as invited to purchase private sessions, but please take a moment to decide which one you identify most with, to avoid any confusion.

What is a Fetishist?

a person whose sexual desire or gratification is linked to an abnormal degree to a particular object, activity, part of the body, etc

What is a Submissive?

ready to conform to the authority or will of others; meekly obedient or passive.

Those are the "dictionary" definitions, but how do these apply to BDSM?

A fetishist is someone who enjoys occasionally playing the role of a submissive during a sexual encounter. For example, if you like to experience physical pain or be humiliated occasionally by one, or several different Dommes, you are not a true submissive. If you ONLY come around when you have an urge you need filled, you are a fetishist. A fetishist is ONLY concerned with his wants / needs. And that's perfectly fine, as long as you are polite and honest! Embrace who you are, and communicate it appropriately, and we can have some great occasional sessions.


A submissive is someone who truly wants to surrender to Her. Surrender their mind, their body, and sometimes even their wallet. A submissive is focused on Her. Yes, he is interested in the fetishes that he engages in during playtime, but a true submissive is more concerned with Her wants and needs, rather than his own. This does NOT mean that his urges and needs are not met through playtime, but the submission goes BEYOND the sessions. A submissive is seeking out a Domme to help guide them to grow. Whether it be personal growth, sexual discovery, or just becoming the best submissive for his Domme that he can be, a submissive is looking to be "molded" by his Domme. 

Examples

Very First Interaction

Fetishist: "Goddess I am so weak for you and I have been a bad boy and need you to punish and humiliate me!"

*Has never tipped or purchased any content / services*

Submissive: "Good evening Miss, I am stunned by your beauty and control, but I must take a moment to go over all of the information you have provided before approaching you properly" *Message was in a tip note*


Wishlist Shopping

Fetishist: "I am going to buy her these heels to torment me in!"

Submissive: "I am going to buy Her that movie I remember She said She wanted to see, but never got a chance to."

STAY IN YOUR LANE!

If you are a fetishist, I welcome and support your fetishes. But going straight from 0 to 100 is not going to get you the reaction you want from Me. Coming into the chat room, or in your first message to Me, and immediately talking about being "owned" by Me, when I don't even recall the last conversation we had (if there even was one), is just awkward. More than awkward, it is rude to the subs who work for MONTHS to even be considered owned by a Domme. Communicate to Me that you are a fetishist, possibly fill out a Beta Profile, and let Me know what your fantasies include. Take Me private, and enjoy your session. 


I cannot stress this enough, your playtime WILL NOT begin until you take Me private, or pay for whatever service you are looking for. I am not in character 24/7 just randomly dominating any male who approaches Me, separate fantasy from reality, and let's have fun!


Please do not assume anything about anyone in My room, and do not expect the same interaction from Me that a sub who I have known for months is receiving. It is nothing personal, and I Myself am a fetishist when it comes to some things, but I am able to engage in the more hardcore fetishes more naturally and comfortably with people because I have gotten to know them, their fetishes, and their limits over time. 

Safe Sane And Consensual B.D.S.M.

Here is a video I made awhile ago describing SSC BDSM beliefs / practices. 


RACK / PRICK video(s) coming soon...

(My apologies, I have been focusing more on paid content)

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