New to Dominance as part of a D/s relationship? Trying to be a better Dominant for your partner?
Use the links below to learn more about what it can mean to be a Dominant — for yourself and for your relationship.
Dominance means something different to everyone. Ultimately, consent and communication are the only thing required. But if you find yourself wondering what it even means to be dominant, these resources can help.
The Difference Between a Dom and a Top (and a sub and a bottom)
Types of Dominants
There’s no single “type” of Dominant, and you don’t have to follow a script or fit a specific mold. But to figure out your style, these resources may help. We also recommend using our resources page to find other sites, channels, and content that can help you figure out what type of Dominant you are or want to be.
Things You Need to Know as a Dominant
Let’s be real…there’s a lot you’re going to need to know as a Dominant in a D/s relationship. This isn’t everything, but it includes the things we think are extremely important. Especially if you want to build power exchange relationships that are good for everyone involved.
To listen to, read, or watch all of our content focused on Dominants, click this link.
Is this everything there is to know about being a Dominant in a D/s relationship? Of course not. The path you’re on is (cringy as it sounds) a journey. We all have to start somewhere and then we have to keep going and keep learning. Consider this only the first step on what (we hope) is a lifelong practice and journey into a satisfying kink life.