How to techniques, guides & advice for switches in Femdom

Please note: CollarNcuffs is strictly Femdom only. We are not Mixed BDSM we are a niche site, like Maledom or lesdom (meaning: we cater to ONE SOLE aspect and role within BDSM. That being a F/mf dynamic). Switching while a very real thing, is not part of a Femdom dynamic unless you are female-female relationship. Men ONLY have one role within Femdom that of submissive. In fact if switching is something you cannot do without, you are on the wrong site and would better serve your needs (and that of your partners) on a Mixed BDSM site were all your facets can be met.

Switching

Don’t box me in! I’m a BDSM switch

Successful Switching

Can switching be done in BDSM? Most of us identify as a top or bottom in the BDSM scene. Its clear cut, makes it easy to find partners of the opposite role, and often becomes an integral part of our identity, even when not in the middle of a scene. But there is a group of BDSM players who make no such declaration, who enjoy playing both roles. These are the switches, an often-misunderstood group who suffer from negative stereotyping by the uninformed. In reality, the switch is just as legitimate a role as top or bottom. Exploring switchhood can open your horizons for satisfying BDSM play. Unfortunately for those interested in niche play such as Femdom or Maledom, there is no switching.

Switches & BDSM 

So what’s this BDSM switching thing? Isn’t BDSM accepting of all? why do switches get told to pick a side!

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