SSC – Sane, safe, and consensual. This acronym is a kind of mantra repeated by all conscious BDSM practitioners. It means that no practice or relationship should take place without taking into account the health, safety, and consent of those involved. Non-consensual BDSM is not BDSM, but abuse, they point out.
Safeword – Practitioners use the term in English a lot, but they can also use expressions in Portuguese, such as passwords or security words. It is a term agreed between the partners for the submissive to use when they want to stop any practice. Once said, whoever is dominating must stop what they are doing immediately. It is a way to ensure that the SSC rule is upheld and to allow requests such as “stop” and “please don’t” to be used as part of the erotic game without being an actual request. In English, a very common safeword is red. In Portuguese, many partners use the word water.
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