Sissification and how to include it in play
Sissification is often a popular fetish among male submissives. However, shame and judgment are often associated with sissy play, and most male submissives don’t know how to approach sissification with their partners. There is usually a fear of being kink-shamed and possibly dumped by their partner.
What is sissification? Sissification is the consensual emasculation and feminization of male submissives. This is typically seen in a dynamic with a male submissive and female Dominant, FemDom, or Dominatrix.
Sissification is a broad term used for this fetish in the BDSM realm; we are all different and have unique wants and desires. So no person is the same in the kinks and wants; the same can be said for all aspects of sissy play. Below are several ways you can include sissy play in your relationship or scenes.
Crossdressing, this is more than just wearing feminine clothing; it includes all the “behind the scene” activities, too, like shaving your legs and under your arms or having your nails done. You don’t necessarily need to have your nails painted, but you can have a mani or pedi done as part of your “maintenance” routine. You can wear some make-up or even a wig around your home. You are wearing feminine clothing and speaking in a softer tone; learning how to walk and talk all fall under the cross-dressing kink.
If your partner is interested in sissification, you can include more gender-based chores in your everyday life, like cooking, cleaning, and laundry. There have always been chores associated with a “woman’s role/job,” so you can have your submissive take over these roles in the house or have them check with you every time they want to buy or do anything will also change the power dynamic.
Another way you can use sissification to get them into a womens mindset is to control them. Whether it be orgasm denial or a chastity cage, thereby taking their power away. Pegging and forced service like oral on demand can form part of your scenes.
Sissy play doesn’t have to include any of the above activities, and it can be what you want it to be and what works for your dynamic. The fact that your partner trusts you enough to tell you about their kink in your relationship is already a massive step in your dynamic. As long as you both continually communicate about what works and doesn’t work, you will easily find the right fit for you.
Sissification is a broad term used for this fetish in the BDSM realm; we are all different and have unique wants and desires. So no person is the same in the kinks and wants; the same can be said for all aspects of sissy play.