Training

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Vintage French photo of doggie training from Ostra Studio (c. 1930s).

To train a person means to coach him or her in or accustom to a mode of behavior or performance. Training can also mean to make proficient or teach with specialized instruction and practice. The person who trains another is typically called a trainer, e.g. personal trainer. The person being trained may assume a submissive role, e.g. following orders. The trainer may assume a dominant role.

Training in BDSM

In BDSM, "training" usually refers to activities designed to 'train' a slave to serve a Master.

Training in consensual spanking

In consensual spanking, a spankee may agree to be trained by the spanker. Training may be simply learning to stay in position or learning to count during the scene.

Pony or doggie training

A submissive crawls like a dog and retrieves a riding crop. From "Punished Schoolgirl" video

Another form of training (common in BDSM) may have the submissive undress, assume the on-all-fours position, and walk or crawl about like an animal, especially a dog or pony. During a training session, the dominant will often use a spanking implement such as a flogger or riding crop. The implement is used to reinforce obedience and correct the sub's performance or posture. For doggie training, the submissive is usually fitted with a gag, collar, leash, and may also eat and drink from a dog bowl on the floor. Pony training often involves more elaborate equestrian gear such as leather harnesses for the head and body, blinders, and a horse's rubber bit gag.

While walking in the on-all-fours position, the female labia or male scrotum are presented along with the anus, very much like a real pony or dog. Such training is typically called "pony training" or "doggie training". Training may be given in private, but it is also seen in BDSM dungeons, etc.

See also

More information on this topic is available at [ Wikipedia:Training ]



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