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by Katie Peachesa March 15, 2021 4 min read

Guide To Bondage Collars

Usually, collars are a part of your daily clothing. It fastened around the wearer's neck and sometimes knotted with a tie. It is meant to meet fashion reasons in BDSM collars intended to use for other reasons. So, let's dive in to know what collar is in the BDSM world, and it's detailed.

Collared

The term collared used in BDSM roleplaying indicates the submissive partner. In BDSM, the dominant partner gives a collar to the submissive partner. The submissive partner expresses slave status by wearing it to the dominant partner. It is referred to as collared in BDSM.

In a ceremony of BDSM communities, collars are given to the submissives. It can be compared to normal relationships as wedding ring giving. Some submissives wear lockable collars to show other slavery to the dominant who has the key.

Standard BDSM Collars

There are no rules for the BDSM collars, but certainly, there is a standard. Submissives wear black leather made collars. It is added with metal rings, which allows more restraints to attach. Some of the subs wear a simple necklace or choker for the same reason.

Stages of Collaring

It is collaring increases significantly in the world of BDSM. There are a few stages of collaring considering its importance. Let's have a more in-depth look at them.

Collar of Consideration

It is a term called collar of consideration that comes from a community called old guard leather. Many can compare it to the pre-engagement ring in the ordinary. There is no need for it to be the actual collar, bracelets, anklets, or even waist chains. But the traditional collar of consideration is blue, and leather made. It is offered by the dominant to express interest in the submissive. If the submissive receives it, it's considered equally serious from the sub's side.

If a sub has a collar of consideration, then no other honorable dom will offer that sub. In BDSM, having a collar of consideration means the sub is booked. If the bond doesn't work out, then the dom can remove the collar any time he/she wants. It will end the BDSM relationship between the couple.

Training Collars

The training collar is the second stage of collaring. We can compare it to an engagement ring in usual ways. It represents a deed between the subs and doms. They learn and teach each other at this stage. The dom trains subs as per his/her expected level. In this stage, the relationship becomes stronger but not unbreakable. Usually, the conversations become very deep digging as they share their needs, lifestyles, desires. Breaking at this stage is more painful, both subs and doms. The traditional training collar is made of leather, and its color is red and black.

Slave Collars

We can compare it to wedding rings in the ordinary. It can be offered only after passing the first two stages. Being dominant, the official slave, submissives need to complete the collar of consideration and training collar period. It is a permanent relationship to BDSM communities that can not end. But in sporadic cases, dominant ends relationships.

Types of Collars

The most commonly used material used in collaring is leather. Other materials are used like stainless steel, PVC, rubbers. Cotton and nylons are also used for fashion purposes. These accessories have a collaring rule; their sole purpose is to look fashionable. BDSM collars are often decorated with spikes, nails, or even some are featured with buckles, hooks, straps, or other attachments. There are various types of collars, let's get a view of those.

Wolf Collar

Collars with spikes, nails, or studs are usually a wolf collar. It's naming has an exciting story. A wolf collar is generally a dog collar. This type of collar is used for dogs to protect them from the wolves. The Wolf collar looks like the dog-wolf collar, so; it's naming got from there. It is used for creating a decorative look in the BDSM playing session. Some of the variations are made of plastic spikes or nails for safety reasons. Real spikes can cause an injury, which will turn situations dangerous.

Posture Collar

A posture collar is like a corset for the neck. It covers the whole neck and throat area, how the corset covers the waist. The difference between posture collar and corset is in compressing. Corset compresses the core; on the other hand, a posture collar helps keep the chin up and neck straight.

Halter Collar

Halter collar or drop collar is designed as it drops low in front. It is more comfortable than the posture collar because the neck is free to move in the halter collar. It is more likely to turian collar. Halter collars are designed in a way that allows you to add jewelry at the lower point of it.

Turian Collar

Originated from a fantasy novel, where turian used as an adjective. It is a simple metal collar. It's made with an inner screw lock mechanism. Some of the collars come with tags to allow the use of padlocks.

Day Collar

It is a straightforward functioning collar as it's naming defines. A day collar is of simple design that can be worn in public in broad daylight. It can be your kinky little secret because of the elegant design added to this—perfect exposure of your dominant devotion without letting anyone know anything. Even a stainless-steel base collar can be used as a daylight collar.

People engaging in BDSM don't wear collars for only showing their submissive status. It is commonly used in BDSM roleplaying like daddy/daughter, animal roleplaying, etc. In BDSM, collars have an appellation when you use them with a chain. It is excellent for playing like animalistic roleplays. In this way, the dominant partner has full control over the body of the submissive. Female domination plays are famous among BDSM likers. Collars and chains are an excellent option for female domination play.

Bondage collars add extra kinky fun in BDSM roleplaying. It also shows the significant status of BDSM communities. So, assumably collars are a vital BDSM playing tool. Hopefully, this article gives you what you were looking for to know about the bondage collars.

Katie Peachesa
Katie Peachesa

Katie Peachesa is a sex and lingerie blogger based out of the urban chic Wapping in the heart of East London, United Kingdom. In her spare time, Katie enjoys photography, yoga and fitness, a bit of boxing, traveling, keeping up with the latest fashion trends and mudlarking and exploring pastoral settings. You are likely to find Katie in an artisan cafe in Brick Lane on a Saturday afternoon furiously typing her next article on her laptop whilst she is sipping on her flat white and drawing inspiration from the hustle and bustle in the heart of creative London. Katie runs the "Fashion Life Mag" and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Allure, Grazia, Tatler, Evening Standard and other popular media outlets.


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