Slave contract?

astuffedshirt_perv 2018-05-14
hey. i would like to think everything a slave's contract is and if this is accustomed in a d/s relation. i have a magnificent idea but i'm unsure.
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LJ_Reloaded 2018-05-14
know ignorance them more as written agreements. do know that these are not legally binding._not all of those who have a d/s use contracts.
randy 2018-05-14
they can be just a fluff thing written up to act official. which they are not. or, a guideline if what is anticipated. but they are not binding at all.
kuthoer 2018-05-14
if it's your kink, cool. if not at best then they're pointless bits of paper. at worst they can become written evidence of a negative kind in court.
qwertyu 2018-05-14
i honestly take a look at them as a clear understanding and agreement between 2 people. something that is not just verbalized but a physical agreement. everyone is correct in the fact that it is not legally binding but it does spell whatever out that the 2 agreed to and it is a way to hold one another accountable._it holds no power except for the power the 2 people give it. kind of like calling someone master or slave.
LJ_Reloaded 2018-05-14
my response should have said know of them more as not know ignorance them
Dondd 2018-05-14
it's protection inbetween you and your partner .in case anything happens or comes off the wrong way ..bdsm lifestyle is about trust ..but not everyone can handle brusied up or mental state .or even volunteer sexual adventure of something new .... something about my self .i been cane after thought i could handle it but 20 occasions and i took it . but never forgotten was it a test why would someone do this arrangement this way ...no intercourse no after care .i had no idea whatever the f in hell was going on.i rarely gazed back rarely talked to him . rarely met with him again ..it was my live n learn experience ...now with my dom full communication contract whatever his excitement is whatever he wants to try and how my fantasy is being filled as well ...indescribable luck
2018-05-14
@body4sings69_the opposite is more true than that. bdsm activities are illegal in most places in the united states._you cannot, in most states/countries, consent to being spiritually assaulted or beaten. finding a contract as evidence is a prosecutor's wet dream, especially if it has the 'offending' party's signature on it saying 'i will do x'._~br
2018-05-14
i find honest and open communication a winner every time over a contract._just personal opinion and i am in no way trying to identify theses terms but i view a submissive fairly differently to a slave so to me, a slave contract has no place in a d/s affair. i would view that as more master/slave type thing but again, i stress that is only a personal opinion and there are 100 unique variations on what is a dom/sub/slave etc and i am not saying mine is right. it is just mine._having said that, i know it is a personal decision. whereby i do know they are not worth anything at all, i describe others value them so if it is something you are completely happy with and you think you need it, go for it._any doubts at all, i would give it a miss._stay safe.
Carry Cockburn 2018-05-14
A 'slaves contract' is a form of negotiation which is incorporated into the kink as a written document for the pair to follow. Nothing more, nothing less, on the surface. However, for those who want to do it, they may find greater meaning in it, and there is nothing wrong with that.
Contracts are not a universal thing; they are highly individual, and to many people, incorporates a part of their kink and their dynamic in a way that makes it feel more official, or more binding. Two people hashing out the contract together is perfectly legitimate a way to negotiate and discuss interests, after all.
They are not a legally binding piece of paper in any court at the moment. However, that doesn't mean between the two people involved, they may not be the most important piece of writing they may ever do.
Vlna10412$ 2018-05-14
an old yellow beard whose opinion i respect once advised that contracts are a overwhelming rod in aid of communication and clear negotiation, but then once written, tear ear them up. the utility is in the discussion, not the document.
Vlna10412$ 2018-05-14
If its your thing, then sure why not. However they are not binding in any way unless the people involved honor it. And certainly not binding in most countries.
LJ_Reloaded 2018-05-14
1- i am a sub, not a slave_2- any bdsm contract is only as valid as both parties intend it to be. they hold no standing in a court of law, and in fact, can come back to bite you n the arse (and not in a fine way) during any legal proceedings._3- a limits list should be drafted, imo. if for no other reason, to make sure everyone is on the same page and your partner cant come back and say ' oh i forgot that was a hard limit'. it can be revisited as necessary (add, change, take away). my limits list today, is in some ways different than 3 years ago when we met.
BotanyBoy 2018-05-14
they do hold standing in a court of law. they're considered documentary proof that people did things that label them immoral and unfit to raise their own kids in some cases.
Mur053935 2018-05-14
they are not enforceable. everything they are is a record of a negotiation and nothing to refer back to. i have used them and found them useful in the beginning of an authority-exchange relationship, but over time things do get inside a routine, the structure is in place, and changes seem to happen more or less organically as situations arise.
Lola Jamieson 2018-05-14
i have rarely signed one. my dom and i always maintained open and honest communication. we felt that was all that was necessary. i have however known some doms and subs who prefer to have them. it is purely individual and preference based.

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