A service D/S relationship stands for a relationship between a Dominant (D) and a Submissive (S) that is linked by servitude. D/S relationships do not necessarily involve elements of BDSM such as bondage and discipline. A service D/S relationship involves a submissive performing personal tasks for the dominant partner. In a domestic setting, the submissive can receive satisfaction and pleasure from performing household and service tasks in the role of a butler, maid, waitress, cook, chauffeur, and more. In a workplace setting, the submissive can derive pleasure from being disciplined and receiving orders from an unaware colleague who the submissive has imagined as their dominant. Servitude caters to many elements of BDSM such as fetishes and humiliation.
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In a service D/S relationship, a submissive can fulfill many elements of his or her fetish. For example, someone in the role of the maid who may have a foot fetish may derive pleasure from giving their dominant a foot rub. He or she may enjoy being in a “lower” and more submissive position than the dominant. Practicing consent in service D/S relationships is important.