House Slave

Definition - What does House Slave mean?

House slave is a gender-neutral term for a submissive person who typically lives with his or her dominant partner. A house slave performs household duties, as a maid would, generally while in a state of undress. These duties typically include cleaning up after the dominant partner, preparing meals, and generally maintaining a happy home. Punishment may be administered if these duties are not performed to the dominant partner’s satisfaction.

Kinkly explains House Slave

House slaves most commonly live with their dominant partners, but this is not always the case. Those who do live with their partners often operate as house slaves 24/7, servicing their dominants by performing household chores and acts of sexual servitude.

A house slave who does not satisfactorily perform his or her duties may be punished for insubordinance. This punishment may take the form of typically D/S practices, including sexual subordinance.

As with all BDSM relationships, a house slave enters into this arrangement of his or her own free will. He or she can also leave at any time, often has a safe word in place, and may have signed a contract with their partner that specifies the detail of their arrangement, prior to commencing their role as house slave.

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