Collar & Leash

For fans of power exchange

For kinky people into bondage and discipline

Many BDSM relationships have a power exchange dynamic and one very classic way to show this is through the use of a collar and leash. It can be used as part of pet play with human puppies and kittens but the use of collars and leashes isn’t exclusive to this kind of play.

Many submissives enjoy being lead round on a leash when they are at BDSM clubs, dungeons or even while enjoying a scene at home. It symbolises the control the dominant has over the submissive, by letting them physically dictate how their submissive moves and keeping them close to their Dom at all times.

Are collars and leashes just for pet play?  

Understandably, many human pets love to wear a collar and to be lead around on a leash but this is not the only use for them. Any Dominant could use them with one or more submissives.

How do you use a collar and leash safely?

Make sure not to tighten the collar too much, be sure you can place a finger between it and your subs neck. Don’t pull and tug sharply, as you can hurt your sub’s neck.

Are their special collars and leashes to use for humans?

Some people like to get actual dog collars from the pet shop to use and this is perfectly safe to do, as long as the collar isn’t too tight but you can buy specific collars and leashes for humans to wear too.

How can I incorporate a collar and leash into play?

A Dominant leading a submissive round on a lead can be a very powerful expression of their dynamic. Walking your submissive around an event or even your own yard (if you won’t be seen) before further play can get them in the right frame of mind. A leash can be used during play too. Tie the sub to a post, pull on the leash to bring them closer or keep them away. They’re very useful items of kit.

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