SubTraining – Let’s talk #Collars & #BDSM

collars

Now, who’d like to try explaining them all? You can have your own guest post on my blog if you can 😀

I’m going to do a quick abbreviated version.

The Posture Collar – This is used to keep a submissive’s head up and encourage an elegant pose where the head is held high. There will be no slouching whilst wearing this baby. Some can be around 4 inches in length and I daresay, higher, if you’re feeling really mean.

Pet Play Collar – This is what it says on the tin – used in puppy/kitty/pony play etc. It can be used as a form of humiliation, likening your submissive to an animal, but doesn’t necessarily have to be used in that fashion.

Protection Collar – This is a take your hands off, this submissive is mine. Whilst the relationship may not be serious – YET – there is a definite bond between the pair.

Ownership Collar – Note the padlock. This is a ‘Come anywhere near my submissive/slave and I’ll bite your head off’ type collar. The two have probably been through a collaring ceremony and are VERY serious about each other. (Or they should be).

Chain Collar – I have no idea about this one? Is it decorative? Does it mean someone’s been naughty? — If you know, fill me in 😉

This image was found on Pinterest, one of the many delicious images to be found on theboyrook.tumblr.com

4 thoughts on “SubTraining – Let’s talk #Collars & #BDSM

  1. Posture collars are found in use far more as an aesthetic thing than as a training thing. It looks good, and it photographs well, but I’ve never heard of anyone using it to train a specific behavior.

    Protection collars are exactly that. Back in the older days, it was quite common for an unowned s-type to be considered free to play/fuck/use/whatever with anyone in the specific group. The idea of the protection collar came up as a thing to prevent the s-type from receiving too many unwanted advances, or any advances must go through a specific individual. In more traditional times, it was never meant to be a stopover collar until the relationship evolves into a “real collar”, and this happened rarely. Instead a “consideration collar” was used for that purpose.

    Chain collars are quite common in gay leather, and is of no particular significance. It is more common for “bear” type slave boys to wear chain collars.

    Today, not all “ownership collars” are attained via a ceremony. Most people don’t even really know what the hell that is anymore.

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