Our BDSM Contract forms are available in electronic PDF and Microsoft Word format or a physical book. Each contract is sufficiently detailed whilst providing necessary flexibility to suit a whole range of circumstances. The standard terms specify rights and responsibilities of the parties including essential clauses such as scope of control, punishment, veto powers, termination, safe words, limits, communication and secrecy. Your agreement can be entered into for a specific time frame such as 3 months or it can be for a lifetime.

Read the descriptions below to see which document would best suit your needs:

Dominant/submissive BDSM forms – these forms specifically use the “Dominant” and “submissive” terminology and specify rights and responsibilities within this kind of relationship. It enables you to choose areas of control, safewords, soft and hard limits and punishments.

There are many kinds and levels of D/s relationships. One example is the Parent/child association. Daddy and Mommy dominants, whilst they may still be sadistic and sexual, provide more of a guiding and mentoring role to their boys and girls. The psychological connection is unique within each arrangement but the Parents usually provide affection and open their hearts to their ‘children’. Please note that references to ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ is to adult persons involved in such role play – not minors.

Master/slave contract forms or Mistress/slave BDSM contract forms – whilst these templates specifically use the “Master” or “Mistress” and “slave” terminology, they still enable the slave to retain some control. You may still choose which areas of the slave’s life Master/Mistress will have control over, safewords, soft and hard limits and allowable forms of punishment. You can make the deal as severe or mild as you like. The slave’s veto clause is optional and also the contract allows for the slave not to be able to terminate if that’s what’s desired.

Despite vanilla misconceptions, a slave is something that is deeply treasured by his/her Master. An experienced Mistress won’t just take on any slave that approaches Her and neither should a slave take on a new Master without knowing Him first. Some slaves believe it’s respectful to kneel before an unknown Master/Mistress. In truth, you should ask permission first. Without same, the Master/Mistress will simply assume you’ll kneel for anybody. you should value your surrender and submission highly.

Total Power Exchange (TPE) forms – the slave gives up all rights in favor of Master or Mistress. There are no limits and safe words are optional.

Like all other BDSM arrangements, TPE can include kinky activities or it can be purely non-sexual in nature. Some slaves trust in their Master so much they believe it’s disrespectful to have a ‘safe word’. These kinds of relationships may involve RACK (risk aware consensual kink) or consensual non-consensuality. Such edge play involves extreme levels of physical and emotional interactions. It pushes the boundaries of SSC (safe,sane and consensual) rules and should only be undertaken by experienced BDSM practitioners.

Gay BDSM Contract forms – suitable for D/s, M/s or TPE arrangements for gay couples.

Can I enforce my rights?

These documents are drawn up between a couple to show their commitment to one another and to outline the parties’ understanding, rights and responsibilities during the arrangement. They are like a prenuptial equivalent in the vanilla world, except any submissive pledge from a slave is not legally binding. Rather, they detail the expectations, goals and commitments between a Dominant and submissive or Master and slave for a certain period of time or even for life.

Legality

Please note that BDSM contracts are not legally binding. Either party may end the relationship at any time. Even consensual BDSM is illegal in many states so make sure you always stay within the law. Ignorance of the law is no excuse!

Contract form features & highlights

Editable – each .pdf form has fillable fields which you can save. The contract part of the Word document is completely editable (although copy protected). This enables you to fill out the contract over a period of time while you negotiate all the details of your relationship and then print the final version once you’re done. Alternatively, you may print and complete the contract in writing if you wish.

Duration – the contract term can be set for any period of time you like, even for “life”. At least two weeks is recommended to adjust to the arrangement and lifestyle changes. If you are only starting out, an initial period of not more than 3 months to one year is recommended.

Implementation – you can make the arrangement apply to only several days a week, for special occasions or it can be a 24/7 arrangement, depending on your requirements.

Renewal – the forms provide a section for renewal, so you don’t need to sign a new one when the term runs out.

Amendments – there is a section for you to make changes to the Contract, making it flexible and suitable for training arrangements as well. Of course, any changes will need to be signed by both parties.

Special conditions – you may stipulate your own special requirements/rituals/daily activities which you may wish to have recorded in the contract. For example, every morning slave must cook a wholesome breakfast for Master.

Goals – you can record your goals including statements of where the relationship is at and where you want it to be. This is important to reflect back to see which objectives are being achieved and which areas need more work and training.

Rights & Responsibilities – the clauses set out rights and obligations of both parties that are generally expected of partners in BDSM relationships. These include honesty, respect, attention to safety and aftercare. If you disagree with any of the terms, simply delete or cross them out. If you wish to add further responsibilities/entitlements, these can be added to the relevant clause or in the Additional Rules section.

Veto power – the ability for sub/slave to say ‘no’ to a command in certain situations. You may want this clause to be optional if your arrangement is a TPE.

Areas of control – you can either choose a total power exchange or select which aspects of the submissive’s/slave’s life will be owned/controlled (for example genitals, clothing & dress) and any specific requirements pertaining to these.

Behavior – how the sub/slave must act toward the Dominant/Master (etiquette).

Safety – all contracts have a safety clause.

Exclusivity – ability to choose how exclusive the arrangement is to be between the parties. Also includes a clause on switching.

Limits – there is a checklist which runs three pages long which enables you to identify hard and soft limits. This can give you more ideas for BDSM play.

Safe words – each contract has a clause for nominating safe words. If you don’t wish to use safewords, you can just leave this clause blank or cross it out, however this is not recommended.

Punishment – choose the allowable forms of discipline from a list of corporal and psychological punishments & add your own if needed.

Confidentiality – a clause on keeping the contents of the contract and any evidence pertaining thereto confidential and private.

Termination – the Dominant/submissive contract forms enable both parties to terminate the arrangement. The Master/Mistress & slave contracts allow the option of not allowing the slave to terminate (although you must realize this is not legally enforceable).

Legal declarations – necessary declaration clause for added moral binding authority.