SEXUAL DISCIPLINE IN THE SWINGERS & BDSM LIFESTYLE EXPLAINED

Whether you’re into swinging, BDSM, love being punished or are a mighty dom who appreciates keeping a submissive, the concept of discipline is nothing new to you. However, those just getting into the lifestyle of submissive/dominant relationships, will appreciate this short starter guide to sexual discipline.


What is Sexual Discipline?

Discipline within the scope of BDSM is comparable to the same discipline received from parents and higher ups in school or work when you make mistakes. However, this special form of correction is highly sexual in nature, and there are varying levels of discipline depending on which ‘rule’ is broken.

So, here’s an overall perspective of the concept of sexual discipline between submissive participants and dominant controllers in relationships.

In the practice of sexual discipline, the dominant party sets specific rules that their submissive is expected to follow. When the sub fails to obey and breaks the rules they are punished in a fashion that is often pre-determined for each behavior. Disciplinary actions often include punishments that are:

  • Physical in Nature—Spanking, Caning, Slapping, Biting

  • Psychological in Nature—Humiliation, Public Shaming, Deprivation

  • Combination Techniques—May involve both physical and psychological such as bondage

Misconceptions About Punishment and Discipline

Even harsh punishments to a willing submissive shouldn’t be confused with straight up sadomasochism. S&M is about pleasure, whereas sexual discipline in general is intended to correct misbehaviors that displease the dominant.

This form of BDSM isn’t considered forced abuse, nor is a form of training intended to increase the pain endurance of a sub. In fact, many of these relationships result in adequate ‘training’ that practically eliminates punishments—especially those involving positive reinforcement for compliance.

While being sexually disciplined isn’t limited to those in the swingers lifestyle, it is often a method utilised to enhance play when swinging or to keep partners ‘in line.’



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