Slut Training

Definition - What does Slut Training mean?

Slut training is a process in BDSM where a dominant partner teaches the submissive partner, typically a female, to behave in a promiscuous or "slutty" fashion. Slut training encourages a submissive to behave in a way which subverts society’s expectations.

In regular life, women are often encouraged to be modest and wholesome. Many who are submissive by nature tend to prefer to behave in this fashion. However, through slut training, a submissive can become more uninhibited in both public and private spheres.

Kinkly explains Slut Training

There are many elements to slut training. Display training involves teaching the submissive provocative poses. These poses might include opening the vulvar lips to expose the vagina or spreading the buttocks to expose the anus. The goal of this type of training is to cause the submissive to respond automatically with the appropriate position when the situation requires whether they’re in a private or public space. Some dominants use display training as a test of obedience by calling for various positions at seemingly inappropriate times.

Slut training also involves shifting the submissive’s mindset to one where the individual instinctively behaves in a more provocative fashion. Slut training may also see women encouraged to dress in clothes which show off their curves and plenty of skin.

Many submissive people feel shy, reluctant, or embarrassed by the acts they must perform during slut training. A good dominant will help the submissive overcome these emotions. As they are closely related to humiliation, they can also be used to the dominant’s advantage as part of humiliation play. It’s not uncommon for dominants to verbally humiliate their partner for dressing or acting like a slut, despite the purpose of the training.

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