BDSM Lesbian Contract Forms, Tips & Resources
Looking for a BDSM contract form you can use to negotiate and define your lesbian power exchange? Use our forms to set down your goals, desires, needs and limits with Her/her. All the essential relationship issues are covered and you can personalize it to suit your needs.
Choose from two versions of the document: online and in print form.
- Use this contract to negotiate and formalize your kinky arrangement.
- Suitable for: lesbian Mistress/slave & lesbian Dominant/submissive relationships.
- All levels (training to a total power exchange).
Downloadable Lesbian BDSM Contract
- PDF & Microsoft Word Templates
- PDF Form – fillable, savable fields (make & save changes any time)
- Total pages: 23 (Contract is 17 pages)
- Microsoft Word Form – fully editable.
- Bonus: 3 pages of example clauses (ideas for your own personalized rules)
- Price: $19 or only $4.95 with the BDSM Contract hard copy.
Buy the downloads here:
BDSM Contract Hard Copy
Size: 8.5″ x 11″ (28 x 21.6cm)
Cover: Gloss, Color
Binding: Perfect Bound
Includes standard, discreet shipping.
Add the digital version for only $4.95!
Please note that BDSM contracts are not legally binding.
Are you entering a lesbian BDSM relationship?
Being in a lesbian BDSM relationship can be an exciting, fulfilling, and enjoyable part of a woman’s life. This particular type lifestyle, because of the BDSM aspect, offers some very unique pleasures and problems when compared to a non-kinky lesbian relationship. This page concentrates on some of the more common problems that couples encounter when they are in a lesbian BDSM relationship.
Lack of sincere, straightforward, and timely communication is without a doubt the most common reason for a lesbian BDSM relationship (or any type of relationship, for that matter) to fail. This is extremely unfortunate because had the partners realized that they were simply not expressing adequately their concerns, the relationship could have been mended. When one partner in a BDSM relationship feels that her needs, desires, concerns, fears, etc are not being respected or addressed, it usually is because she (the hurt one) did not take the time to talk these issues over with her lover.
It is a mistake, and a big one, to believe that only subs feel hurt or misunderstood. It does not matter if you are a Top or a bottom, expressing yourself to your partner is crucial if you want the relationship to endure any length of time.
Open and honest communication between partners should start early on in the relationship. Once the partners begin to feel that they may want to enter into a BDSM relationship that is more than simple casual sex, it is time to sit down and share with each other exactly what it is each one wants out of the relationship; what are the hard limits that each one has, the type of life that want (ie, a 24/7 TPE relationship or something less than that), and some kind of “time out” set up so each partner can discuss anything the she feels needs to be addressed without fear of punishment or judgment.
The more areas the couple can discuss early on, and resolve early on, the better the chances the relationship will last.
While open communication is a great way to avoid many problems in a lesbian BDSM relationship, communication is also a fantastic way to bring more pleasure into the relationship.
When two women are in a BDSM relationship chances are each feels close to the other and wants to provide as much joy and pleasure to her partner as possible. The only real way to know what your partner enjoys is to ask her, and vice versa. If, as a bottom, you have a particular type of bondage that drives you insane, tell your partner. If you prefer small, drooly ballgags over larger ones, let her know. If, as a Top, you enjoy a bit of resistance while binding your partner, make that point known to her.
Being in a lesbian BDSM relationship can be a truly wonderful experience. Partners who share a love for bondage and submission have a much deeper level of intimacy than just about any other type of relationship. But, that does not mean that they are immune to problems. Make it a point to start communicating with your partner, and encourage her to do the same with you.
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