Bdsm emblem

Added: Alexsander Macaulay - Date: 19.09.2021 18:50 - Views: 18598 - Clicks: 8199

There was an idea that a symbol was needed to represent this brand of sexuality and lifestyle. As well, the symbol needed to be a bit mysterious. When worn, it could not attract a great deal of attention from "vanilla observers". It did have to be easily recognized by those who knew what it was. In the end, Steve Quagmyr, a leader of the discussion, created an emblem reminiscent of the yin-yang de.

The choice of de was infuenced by a description of the ring that "O" was given in the novel "The Story of O" which is very different from that worn in the movie version. The ring as described in the book ". It shows the basic shape with the "three spoked wheel". It lacks the metallic color and the depth needed to show that there are actually holes within the black area. The holes are very important. A true representation of the BDSM Emblem, showing the black background, bdsm emblem metallic color and the holes.

If any one of these features are missing, it is not truly the Emblem. One is that they represent the three divisions of BDSM: bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism. A second idea is that each division represents one aspect of the BDSM motto of "safe, sane, and consensual".

A third meaning that can be derived from the divisions is that of the three segments of the BDSM community, namely, tops, bottoms, and switches. Steve Quagmyr describes the metallic colour as a representation of the chains or irons of BDSM and the black background as a celebration of the controlled dark side of BDSM sexuality. The curved lines symbolize the "lash as it swings", and the circle shape represents the unity and oneness of a "community that protects its own".

Bdsm emblem

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