Submissives
26 job listings

Submissive — Bottom — Switch — BDSM
A submissive or bottom takes the passive, receiving, or obedient role in BDSM relationships. The other partner is the top or dominant partner. A submissive might be subjected to acts such as servitude or humiliation and could be physically restrained by bondage. A person who relinquishes control for a large percentage of his or her day-to-day life to a top, or who submits within a formal set of rules and rituals, is sometimes referred to as a sub. The top is then often called the dom, master or mistress. Those who can assume the role of both dominant and submissive are sometimes referred to as switches.

Fantasy/Roleplay
4 job listings

Roleplay — Fantasy — Fetish Performer — BDSM
Roleplay is the changing of one's behavior to act out an adopted role for a client. In the adult entertainment industry, the most common roleplay involves a fetish, fantasy or BDSM theme. For instance, a person might act out the role of a nurse, maid, dominatrix or goddess. The term BDSM is believed to have been formed from joining the term B&D (bondage and discipline) with S&M (sadism and masochism), or as a compound initialism from B&D, D&S (dominance and submission), and S&M. BDSM is used as a catch-all phrase to include a wide range of erotic practices involving dominance and submission, role playing, restraint, and other interpersonal dynamics.

Dominants
4 job listings

Dominant — Top — Master/Mistress — Dominatrix
A dominant or top takes the active or controlling role in BDSM relationships. The other partner is the bottom or submissive partner. A person who relinquishes control for a large percentage of his or her day-to-day life to a top, or who submits within a formal set of rules and rituals, is sometimes referred to as a slave. The top is then often called the dom, master or mistress. The term "master" can be gender-independent but is typically used in reference to males. The female equivalent is "mistress" or sometimes "dominatrix", "domme" or "domina".