Marks of Ownership and Collar Alternatives in BDSM


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In the world of BDSM, marks of ownership are an important way to convey your status as a submissive and the status of your relationship. Collars are the most common way to mark ownership. But over the last few years collars have become fashion statements and many submissives wear them, owned or not (even solid steel locking collars) for how they look and their aesthetic.



Besides just collars, there are many alternatives to show that you are owned. Scarring, piercings, tattoos, and branding are all ways that people mark their submissives when they are in a permanent, lifelong relationship. Many, but not all, have a similar meaning to a vanilla wedding band.



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