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What Is a Collar in a D/s Relationship?

A collar, no matter what it may be made of is a commitment. This commitment could be for the duration of play, an agreed upon time frame, or a more in-depth relationship.

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Ritual Ideas: High Tea, Japanese Tea Ceremony and Formal Dining

I have worked to gather online and other resources that may help you learn more about some of the more common forms of formal ceremony that submissives gravitate towards, High Tea, Japanese Tea Ceremony, and Formal Dining.

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The Role of a Collar in a Long Distance D/s Relationship

Wearing a collar is not just a way to signify to myself and others that I have given myself to another person, it’s a way to comfort myself when I’m feeling alone and to reassure myself on the days when I don’t feel actively submissive.

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The Ring and the Collar: A Personal Opinion on the Symbolism of a Collar

To me, the collar around my neck, the weight of the steel is the only thing I need to know that Daddy loves me and will forever hold more weight than a ring on my finger or a piece of paper from a government office

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30 Days of Submission: Day 25 - Rituals of Submission

Are there items, objects or rituals that represent or help you express submission?

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Help! I Can't Wear My Collar at Work

What do I do if I can't wear my collar at work?

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The Collar of Consideration

Often the first collar you receive if your Dominant does a tiered system, a collar of consideration is when you’re under a trial period to see if you two are compatible.

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How to Choose the Right BDSM Collar

If you’ve ever bought a collar or necklace online because the picture was beautiful only to hate it once you put it on, you’re not alone. When we say we can help you find the “right” BDSM collar -- we mean the right one for you.

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A Human Pet - Exploring Pet Play and Owner/pet Relationships

Being a human pet is simply being a pet without including any specifically animal traits. So no barking or meowing, no ears or tails, treats that are human treats rather than animal treats.

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What NOT to Do and Say When Someone You Know is Uncollared

The intensely emotional end of a D/s relationship, where one no longer wears a collar can be a moment where you as a friend can shine, but keep in mind the consideration and delicate nature of bringing up a painful discussion. Let’s discuss some possible etiquette around a friend who has been recently uncollared.

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