Sexy A to Z – Letter C


I will be sharing something each day covering the alphabet until I reach Z!  So, in the 26 days it takes to get through the alphabet, I will be sharing topics having to do with sex, BDSM and/or kink.  It will be something I am curious about, love to know more about or just love to share.

If you have anything to add or have something else in that alphabet letter to share, please do so in the comments below.

Today’s sexy letter of the alphabet is:


And my word for today is:


*Definition by :

Collar, Collared, Collaring capitalization note: It is a convention among some persons to capitalize the term “Collar” as a form of respect for the Ownership it symbolizes. That convention is used here, but it is by no means universally recognized.

Collar: Any symbol used to represent that a submissive or slave is Owned. Often an actual Collar, but can also be anything from a anklet to a bracelet to whatever the “couple” decides it to be.

Collared: The state of a submissive or slave who is the consensual partner of a Master or Owner, usually in a long-term relationship. Sometimes referred to as Owned.

Collaring: 1. The formal acceptance by a Dominant of a submissive’s service. 2. A ceremony celebrating such an event. May be a simple act of commitment between two people, or a formal ceremony similar to a wedding.

*Definition by

A collar is a traditional symbol of an active (and usually persistant) Power exchange dynamic. Not all who wear collars within BDSM culture will subscribe to this tradition, some may choose to wear them strictly for fashion purposes. A person wearing a collar for the purposes of power exchange is said to be collared.

Many have various Protocols, symbolism, and Rituals associated with the donning or wearing of a collar; the specifics of which can vary widely between d-types.

*For an explanation of different collars and their meanings, check out website, it’s very interesting and informative!

My take on a collar in the BDSM/kink sense is there are several uses and meanings to a collar (as described in the above link).  It is normally the submissive/bottom/slave (and any other word you would use for the “submissive” partner) that has a collar.  It is an important part to the BDSM partnership.  This shows ownership, is used for play and everyday life, and is a symbol that is well known in the BDSM community.

If you are in a BDSM, D/s or similar relationship, what is your take on the collar?

See you tomorrow with the Letter D!


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