BDSM Contracts

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October 29, 2014 by jayce428

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A contract should be typed out and signed before any form of play starts, period. There are many examples of a slave/sub/pet contracts the one that I found most useful was here. At the BDSM Learning Center they have provided a simple form of what a contract should contain. And I will list out what I believe a contract should have:

  • A end date – This allows revisions at the contracts end date, you and your Master/Sub/Pet should review the previous contract, and discuss if any revisions are necessary.
  • Include a safe-word or action – This should included so that both parties are aware and not caught off guard.
  • Expectations for Sub/Master – This should be a few things such as how both parties should act and react towards certain situation.
  • Punishments For Sub – This should be a list of punishments and when punishments will be given.

Required Documents From Sub/Master:

I thought about this and there are certain documents that should be provided by participants that would provide important information.

  • STD Test Results: This would be of the utmost importance especially if are planing to have sex with another sub or Master.
  • List of Pre-existing Mental/Physical Conditions – This isn’t as important but for all participants to understand if you have physical impairment that limits things such as your range of motion.
  • A List of fetishes/kinks and limits (things you are not willing to try) – This is a good idea so that both can see their compatibility, and helps to provide ideas of how the Master can incorporate some of the sub’s kinks into play.
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5 thoughts on “BDSM Contracts

  1. 85mechboy says:

    What do you need a contract for?
    Is it to protect the people signing? Have you found one that courts will recognize or is the contract just part of the fun?

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    • jayce428 says:

      The contract contains the rules the participants have agreed to live under. It serves as a reminder to the parties involved of the rules. In the event one party to the agreement is injured or mistreated by violating the contract rules. The contract will prove the agreed upon limits.

      Anticipating what might happen during play as you’re writing the contract together maybe stimulating, but this is a serious aspect that protects all participants.

      Contracts of all types can be binding but whether a specific contract is binding is a question for a lawyer.

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  2. nicole4usage says:

    I wonder if a contract suggests a lack of trust? Or at least if it can be perceived this way…

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