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Bondage collars are one of the most important additions to your collection of BDSM gear. They are an essential part of any dominant’s kit, and they will give you that “excitement” you need to keep your relationship hot and steamy. The range of collars from Wicked Sex Toys is sure to satisfy your role-playing needs. So let’s dig in!

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These BDSM collar playmates with their exciting and innovative purposes will take your kinky relationship and play to new heights. They’ll introduce you to some new and exciting ideas which you can use to spice up your relationship. 

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A sexy kinky collar is a perfect way to introduce your partner to a fun and playful experience. Imagine how many ways you can use it! It is very important to manage your sub playmates and establish discipline in the bedroom or den with these BDSM collars. You can receive discreet delivery of Wicked Sex Toys’ kinky sex toys, BDSM products, chokers, collars and leads throughout the UK.

What Is A BDSM Collar?

BDSM collars are jewellery with an intriguing meaning. Traditional BDSM collars are worn around the neck, like necklaces or chokers. However, other kinds of jewellery worn anywhere else, such as bracelets or anklets, could also work as BDSM collars.

Black leather or PVC bondage collars traditionally had large brass or chrome D or O rings on the front and were worn tight around the neck as a choker. In most cases, a lock was used to secure them, and only the dominant could remove them.

BDSM collars are available in a variety of styles, from leather collars to chains and necklaces. There’s a good chance you’ve seen someone sporting a BDSM collar without noticing it.

The Meaning Of A BDSM Collar

So let’s get into the meaning of the collar. There are many different meanings of the collar and opinions about whether or not it should be used in a certain roleplay scenario. But the one thing that is agreed upon by the BDSM community is that it is something that should be used, and used well, for the submissive to know their place and to obey.

Some couples just wear it as a sign of their BDSM relationship. Only the Submissive wears a collar in BDSM relationships. We call that being “owned”. It’s worn especially during BDSM events to indicate that the Sub is off-limits and won’t be played with without the Dom’s permission.

Additionally, the BDSM collar can also act as a commitment ring. Depending on what the couple chooses, the collar becomes an expression of the agreement between the Dom and Sub and is worn daily. Usually, these collars are indicative of an exchange of power between the two.

A BDSM collar is sometimes referred to as a wedding band. You’ve been pronounced Dom and Sub, and I now pronounce you both as forever couple! It’s one of those collars that you’d wear constantly, and it’s pretty fancy. It’s intended to be as meaningful as a conventional wedding ring. In most cases, the Dom presents the Sub with the Collar at a separate ceremony, either as part of the wedding ceremony or at a separate time.

Some see it as a signal for a sexual encounter. If it’s kinkier, it’s better. Usually, this kind of collar is worn in the bedroom, before the sexual interlude begins.

The collar might also just be a personal sign of your commitment to BDSM culture without any particular affiliation.

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Different Types Of BDSM Collars

In the dom-sub market, there are several collars available, regardless of whether you are new to the scene or an experienced player. Hence, you may choose as many as you wish until you discover one that is appropriate for your sub.

Consideration Collars

The collar of consideration isn’t available everywhere but is a popular option for new relationships. Most often, you’ll find it in Master/slave relationships, but it isn’t always the case. The collar indicates that you have been chosen as your partner’s slave. However, this does not mean that you are automatically their slave. Remember, you’re just going to be considered for their slave. 

It’s kinda like a step-up collar. The collar can become permanent if both of you decide it is a good match. Alternatively, if the plan does not work out, your dom can just take off the collar and let you go. You can then find a master who is suited for you.

When partnering in the BDSM play, be careful not to use a locking buck. If you want to test your sexual prowess, choose a simple-looking slave choker.

Training Collars

Sometimes after a consideration collar, a training collar is next on the list. While other kinksters might opt to begin with a training collar and ignore consideration collars. While slaves are being trained, these collars are typically worn. This is a sign of where their BDSM relationship is at. 

Beginners can benefit from these accessories as they help them learn how BDSM works. Those wearing collars and leashes ought to obediently follow their master’s orders. It is up to the master or keyholder whether to shame, objectively judge, or show ownership over a person wearing the collar. Whenever the dom feels that the period of training has ended, and the slave has done everything required, the slave receives a new collar. As part of the next BDSM collar, the dom and sub should illustrate the progress in their partnership.

Permanent Collars

When you wear these collars, you are part of the dom-sub partnership forever. Permanent collaring is a very serious matter to many couples. The collars can have more complicated locking systems. A master determines when, where, and whether the subs are allowed to remove the permanent collar. There may be times when partners decide it should be removed based on safety or privacy concerns. Nevertheless, the act of removing your collar usually signifies the end of your partnership with your dom.

Using a permanent collar should be discussed with your significant other. Ask your partner how he or she feels about wearing this honour and what it entails.

Protection Collars

Collars have a special meaning in BDSM since they often represent ownership and protection. It is common for kinksters to assume a collared submissive “belongs” to someone. It is considered disrespectful and a violation of collar etiquette to approach a collared individual behind their dom’s back.

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By wearing a protection collar, the wearer is left unattended by most other single Doms, leaving them without as much responsibility as those wearing a training collar.

The collar isn’t to be taken lightly. It represents the fact that a Dominant has an obligation towards a submissive while it’s worn. This submissive also represents the protection a Dom provides.

Slaves, bottoms, or subs who wear a protection collar differ from those who wear a training collar or consideration collar in that they do not carry the same amount of responsibility. It can be worn to protect yourself from other kinksters or dominators. These are often recommended by mentors to protect beginners during their initial interactions.

Day Collars

The day collar is an extremely useful tool for kinksters who want the perfect collar or who wish to be collared. Sometimes, it’s a piece of jewellery that’s acceptable in the normal world. No one else knows it’s a collar or what it means, but you and your partner do. 

So you won’t have to worry about awkward situations, while also retaining an everlasting reminder of your kinky relationship. Some submissives wear different collars for different occasions, so they have an outfit for just about anything. 

Play Collars

DOM-sub players wear play collars a lot. They are frequently worn between kink partners to reenact sexy scenes or used as a fashionable perfect accessory in clubs or at kink parties.

However, you should use play collars only on occasion. They are generally used to begin the BDSM process and to get ready for sexual activity. As soon as your master hooks the collar around your neck, you can mentally get ready for the next step.

Additionally, some couples wear play collars to show their power-exchange relationship.

Probably the easiest collar to wear is the play collar. When you are doing a kinky scene, you wear this collar. There is usually no significance to it. These collars come in all kinds of forms.

Designs And Styles Of BDSM Collars

There are many styles, materials, and sizes of slave chokers. Fabrics like cotton, lace, eco-leather and authentic leather are some materials that kinksters like to wear. Steel is also quite popular among some.

Locks can be attached to submissive neck attire, and doms hold the keys. Some couples pick steel chokers that are unlocked and can only be taken off with a pair of shears. The most popular collars are dog collars. In the bondage community, these are classics, typically made of leather and decorated with studs or spikes.

The adult toys of the future. The slave choker is sometimes paired with another adult toy. Therefore, collars are available with a ball gag or a large O-ring, or some kind of restraint.

The name eternity collar comes from the fact that there is no clasp or fastening visible on them. This gives the illusion that the collar is around your neck like an eternity ring. You can use them to keep your naughty side hidden. There is no doubt that eternity collars are a great piece of jewelry.

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“Collar” collars resemble shirts that have been cut off at the collar and attached to a leash or a ring.

A few pieces of jewellery look like kinky neckwear. A lot of people wear ordinary ones to stay out of sight.

It is not recommended for new users to use lockable or shock steel chokers. Those who are beginning should probably begin with lighter varieties, i.e., soft, manageable ones.

Some couples in round-the-clock dom-sub relationships choose collars that have beading that resembles conventional jewellery. While others find it enthralling to switch roles from time to time. A leather collar can be worn in these situations. Here, the couple honours each other’s dedication and appreciates the strength of their relationship.

FAQs

Wearing a collar represents what?

In a BDSM relationship, collars can mean many different things. Their significance can be as great as a wedding ring in terms of showing belonging, commitment, or servitude. People feel discouraged from wearing a collar just for themselves because of the relationship-and-partner status contexts.

What does a collar mean for a dominant?

When a Dominant uses a collar, they are claiming the sub as their own. In addition to displaying ownership, collars instil a sense of responsibility as well. When the Dominant places the collar on the sub, he shows him a promise to protect them, take care of them, and much more. The Dominant’s commitment to the relationship is embodied in this physical symbol.

What does a BDSM collar mean for a submissive?

Having someone collar a submissive is not an easy task. By wearing the collar, one swears to obey his/her Dominant and, equally important, that they do so of their own volition. It is a serious sign of submission to allow someone to control you freely. Additionally, that collar represents the level of trust a sub has in his or her Dom.

When should a collar be worn?

In most cases, it is determined by the relationship. Submissives have varying opinions about wearing their collars. Some want to wear it always, while others wear it only when playing BDSM. Submissives decide when to wear their collars based on a variety of factors that come into play, such as whether she feels comfortable wearing it in public, how it goes with her clothing and the type of collar she chooses.

Also, wearing a collar does not always have to be constant. Relationships can change the frequency with which people wear their collars.

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