Dom(me) Voice

Our Definition

a specific tone of voice that can be adopted by a dominant either during play or at any time that they want to reinforce their authority over their submissive(s) 

Real Life Examples

Bertramius puts more bass into their voice when giving command to their submissive 

Ernst loves the slow and precise emphasis to diction that their partner uses for dom voice. 

Common Practices

Everyone is different! You'll see this repeated throughout our website and glossary. Common practices involving Dom(me) Voice include, but certainly aren't limited to
  • Deepening of voice’s pitch 
  • Taking on a tone which reads as “serious” 
  • Reserving use for certain circumstances

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