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Term Definition

Sadism and Masochism. See BDSM.

S-Shape Corset (Edwardian style)

(See "straight front corset")


Self-addressed stamped envelope.


The practice of cutting a hole in the pockets of trousers so that a person can masturbate (usually in public).


Obtaining pleasure, usually in a sexual manner, and satisfaction through inflicting discomfort and/or pain on a willing partner. Sadistic play may be heightened by the use of bondage or role-play or may be achieved within the construct of a D/s relationship or scene. As with all bdsm, the form it takes depends on the parties involved. see the counterpart "masochism"


Aggregation of the terms sadism and masochism. Usually the term 'sadomasochism' suggests mutual consensual activity for the purposes of sexual arousal which involves some sort of pain, restraint or domination. The derivation of pleasure from the infliction of physical or mental pain either on others or on oneself.

Sadomasochism by proxy

arousal from watching others disciplined; Dippoldism


Used to describe a person who cannot conceive or impregnate; a man who has had a vasectomy; Naturally or surgically sterile.

Safe Call

Security measure in which a participant in a play session or meeting tells outside parties where he will be, with whom, and when he will be checking back in. If a person does not check in, the third party calls for help. (see Safety for Meeting)

Safe word

A word, phrase, or action chosen for the course of a scene or relationship to warn the Dominant/Top that the submissive/bottom is in distress, physical, emotional, or psychological, and can not continue the scene. Some people also use caution words in order to warn when something is unexpected and the sub/bottom isn

Safe, Sane, & Consensual

The credo of bdsm. All responsible adults participating in any form of bdsm ensure that the encounters are physically, emotionally, and psychologically safe, that they stay within the limits of what is reasonable/sane activity, and that all parties involved have given their full consent to the activities.


A word, phrase or signal the participants agree on which has the meaning of a stop sign - all play has to stop immediately when this signal is given.


person ingesting human sweat or saliva (fluids with a salt content)


Smart Ass Masochist: Term for a masochist who tries to control/direct the Dom/me


lesbian sadism


arousal from kneading flesh


Acts as a diuretic. Helps to balance both male and female hormones.


Helps skin disorders, especially ailments such as acne.

Satan worship

religious rituals performed to Satan as a god


Male equivalent of nymphomania.

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