Slave Training

Train your slave and become closer

Take your slave to the next level

The concept of the "perfect submissive" is, of course, fantasy and myth. Everyone has different interests, different fantasies and different preferences - and this is true on both sides of the proverbial whip. That said, BDSM training is a popular fantasy scenario for a reason: there's something wonderfully submissive about learning and being taught, and when that relates to a particular partner it's often a fantastic bonding experience. Training scenarios also play on the dynamic between a teacher and a student, or an owner and a servant - which are of course some of the most textured, layered and influential in the kinky world.

What is slave training?

A Dominant will use training to get their slave to behave in a way they like. There are lots of way to do this but the goal is the same, to alter the slave’s behaviour to please their Master/Mistress

Why train a slave?

Slave training is to change behaviour, to help your slave fulfil their role more completely and it’s also a way to bring a Master/Mistress closer to their slave. They both learn a lot about each other in the process. Including limits, boundaries, skills and talents.

How do you train a slave?

This is personal to every Dominant and will depend on the slave and the relationship dynamic. Punishments and/or rewards are very often used. These can be physical, words of praise or rebuke or even gifts. It will depend on what the slave responds to best.

Do you have to train to be a slave?

There are no hard and fast rules, but even an established slave may need training by a new Master/Mistress to do things the way they want them done. There is likely to be an element of slave training in most if not all of these kind of relationships.

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