|A submissives journey|
As you begin to spend a bit of time in the lifestyle you'll hear of
documents referred to as "slave contracts". These documents are
also known by a multitude of other names so don't let the
nomenclature fool you. They all serve basically the same intent.
A slave contract or other written agreement is not required within a D/s relationship, regardless of whether you are submissive or slave. This type of agreement can however be used to clarify boundaries, limits or intents and may be worth considering.
It's worth noting that a "slave contract" is not legally enforceable in the United States nor is it in many other countries. While there are many that will argue differently, it is my opinion, and the opinion of some attorneys that I've spoken with that there are some documents that can be written that are enforceable if they are written as stand alone documents some things that can be written up as separate and unique documents that may be enforceable (such as powers of attorney, labor or services agreements, rental agreements, etc.) so always use care in signing anything. If you don't intend to live up to the terms of the agreement, you shouldn't consider signing it! The links below will provide you with a few samples of various types of agreements.
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