Use our contract form to negotiate and formalize your BDSM relationship (whether slave is just in the training phase or collared). It covers all the essential formalities. Whatever your arrangement involves, this can be documented in your own personalized deed.
Please read: is it legally binding?
Mistress/slave Contract BDSM Forms, Tips & Resources
- Use: to negotiate and define your arrangement.
- Suitable for: male or female slaves (beginners, collared, uncollared, even a Total Power Exchange).
- Formats: fillable PDF & Microsoft Word downloads or printed book version.
- Also available: Master/slave Contract, Dominant/submissive Contract.
Before entering into a Mistress/slave Contract
So, you think you have what it takes to be a Mistress? Many women, all over the globe, are performing in this role and doing so successfully. They often find that they receive all of the gratification that they need, while, at the same time, providing something important to their slaves. But, there is more to being a Mistress than simply ordering a sub to do this or that. Here are some of the more important issues one must consider before cracking the whip and signing a contract.
Perhaps the most important issue to consider and understand is the issue of responsibility. As Mistress, it is up to you to keep things safe and sane, regardless of what your slave may want or beg for. There are legal ramifications if your sub is injured or dies while under your control. While these types of mishaps are rare, they do happen and often with severe repercussions to the one in charge. For this reason, it is vital that You know what You are willing and capable of doing before You take on any subs.
The next issue to understand is that slaves can be complex creatures. While there are many common themes that most subs want from their experience with a Domina, there are often other more unique needs that they want on a personal level. A successful Mistress will be able to get this information out of their subs (one way or the other), and use that information to provide the slave with whatever it is he or she is looking for in the relationship.
Wait a minute! The Mistress has to provide for the sub? Yes! This is not a one-way street, unless the slave You are training or in a relationship wants to be completely controlled and have no input into what You are doing with him or her. The truth is most slaves have some type of inner need that they need to explore in order for them to have any sense of fulfillment. For instance, if your sub is into diaper play, that is something that You, as Mistress, need to know and should incorporate into your written agreement. It is also something that You, as Domina, need to be willing to provide to the sub. If Your slave’s needs are not within your comfort level, then you need to release that person and find Yourself another sub to take his or her place. This is the best course of action for the both of You/you.
Knowing your subs limits is also an important factor to keep in mind. Just because you are the Mistress does not mean that you can be as nasty as you want. Each slave that you train will have a certain comfort level and this applies to everything from pain thresholds (for spanking or whipping) to levels of gratuities (if that is part of your domination of the person). The time to know and understand what these various limits are is early in the game.
Use these tips and You and Your subs will be able to have a long and lasting relationship. They can also help to keep You out of trouble!
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