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Lingo Bingo: S.S.C. and R.A.C.K.

by on February 10, 2013

There’s a lot of lingo to learn when one decides to hop on the kink bandwagon.

I could be here for days pontificating on just the very little I know about the kink vernacular.

None if it was in my own vocabulary until about five years ago.  I was a Kinkstress without the native tongue.

A FemDom chat room I use is often a “jump on the bandwagon” point for new folks looking for information about the lifestyle.

The majority of the chatters who use this chat room are familiar with the terms used and we tend to throw them around as if the whole world is aware of what they mean.

In the vein of paying forward the valuable information that has been passed to me at the cyber- knee of much wiser Fem Dommes, as I go along I am going to address the lingo I found helpful in finding my own path.


Safe, Sane and Consensual.

Blatantly self-explanatory and is my go to when mapping out the path I choose to lead my submissive and my poly partners down. I want them to be informed and in agreement and verbally consenting at a point they are fully cognizant and aware of what I have planned. Until I know for sure they understand and are in complete agreement without undue influence, I won’t venture into unexplored territory.


Risk-Aware Consensual Kink

Where S.S.C. endeavors to define and distinguish BDSM activities from abuse and exploitation in a manner non-BDSM people can grasp, RACK could be seen as a more  kink aware/consenting heightened counterpart to S.S.C. in that it acknowledges nothing is 100% inherently safe.

A  R.A.C.K. type methodology to kink play tends to be more comprehensive. Making sure all players understand there is no “safe” or “not safe” within RACK, only “safer” and “less safe.”


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