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submissive

adjective Referring to the passive, receiving or obedient end of a BDSM relationship, which includes flogging, servitude, humiliation and bondage, which contrasts to the dominant (top) position.

noun The person in a BDSM relationship who prefers or is assigned the passive, receiving or obedient role, in contrast to the dominant partner.
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