|Roleplay||Active role||Passive role|
|Dog||Owner, dog trainer||Doggy, Puppy|
|Cat||Owner, cat handler||Catgirl, Kitty|
Graphical illustration (Euler diagram) of practitioners in fetish and BDSM
|Top/Bottom||Top - Bottom (Switch)|
|Dom/Submissive||Dom - Sub|
|Master/Slave||Master - Slave|
Ownership is the power to control and use for one's own purposes that which is owned. For practitioners of D/s or M/s relationships, a feeling of owning or being owned can be very fulfilling. An owner is normally called a Master (male) or Mistress[wipi] (female). An owned person is normally called a slave.
Ownership is the enduring authority to control and use for one's own purposes that which is owned. In D/s and M/s, ownership amounts to a transfer of authority over the submissive or slave which is veto-less and inescapable, in contrast to other types of possession which may be limited in time or scope. An owner is normally called a master (male) or mistress (female). An owned person is normally called a slave.
- Marks of Ownership and Collar Alternatives in BDSM - Evie Lupine (July 26, 2017) (Size: 17:03 min.)
|This article based on an article Ownership (16 April 2005) from the free Encyklopedia Wipipedia. The Wipipedia article is published under GNU-License for free Documentation. In Wipipedia is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.|