Pup Bill of Rights

Pup’s Bill of Rights

This set of Bill of Rights is an adaption of the “boys Bill of Rights”

  1. Every pup has the right to have his body, intellect, and emotions protected by his Dom.
  2. Every pup has the right to choose the man whom he serves and to discontinue that service and take his leave without being subjected to physical, mental, or emotional abuse.
  3. Every pup has the right to be cared for, disciplined appropriately, and allowed to feel pride in his submission.
  4. Every pup has the right to protected sex if he so wishes.
  5. Every pup has the right to privacy if he so wishes. No pup can be blackmailed, publicly humiliated, or physically coerced into service without his expressed desire to be so.
  6. Every pup has the right to defend himself from physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.
  7. Every pup has the right to consent or not to consent to sexual activities.
  8. Every pup has the right to seek refuge, counsel, and advice from other subs and Dom’s without the expectation of sex, money, or any other service in return.
  9. Every pup has the right to a physically and emotionally available circle of friends.
  10. Every pup has the right to protect his own possessions and finances against intercession, theft, and non-consensual acquisition.

Sirs, trainers, owners, and handlers: Please copy and paste this Bill of Rights into your online profiles if you wish to let subs know how you feel about their rights.

Pups, subs, and boys: Please include the Bill in your online profiles and take a stand against abuse.

 The pup bill of rights was adapted from the boys bill of rights

Reflection: With rights come responsibility. Every pup, boy has to take responsibility for their actions, and have a personal responsibility for their safety, and to have informed consent on the activities in which they choose to submit and partake in. Each pup / boy must do this of their own free will. However no Dom has the right to force a boy or pup to do anything that is against his will or to cause unwanted physical harm. A D/s relationship must be free of abuse, to ensure that a sub can truly give himself to his Sir or Master. Trust is the key to any D/s relationship.

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1519940_1433438456873228_552036080_oBeing Submissive doesn’t mean being someone’s doormat.

It Doesn’t mean that you are weak.

It means that YOU are strong enough to know your desires,

strong enough to let go of control.

Being submissive isn’t easy, and isn’t for the weak.


Hey guys,

This week I am going to tackle R.A.C.K, S.S.C and P.R.I.C.K

What I am going to do explain the 3 approaches to BDSM. I going to explore why and how I choose which approach. As this is an important issue it will take some time, thought and consideration so in my first post about this I am just going to explain what the acronyms stand for, without going into any meaning, the posts that will follow will be a more in-depth writing about the acronyms. I am hoping that their may be some discussion on my view points and perspectives of the three above mentioned approaches.


BD = Bondage / Discipline

DS = Domination / Submission

SM = Sadism / Masochism


Safe, Sane & Consensual


Risk Aware Consensual Kink


Personal Responsibility Informed Consensual Kink