Free pdf template 50 shades of grey printable contract download

How to Create a BDSM Contract- FREE PDF

Free pdf template 50 shades of grey printable contract download

Before you begin any new Dominant/submissive relationship, you need to have a contract.  It spells out in detail what is expected of each person.  It also keeps things safe and consensual.  Even if you are married to the person and are starting to enjoy BDSM together, a contract can make communication easier.  Plus it’s incredibly sexy to discuss sexual rewards and punishments with each other.  Here are some things to keep in mind, and don’t forget to download your free PDF contract here.

Free pdf template 50 shades of grey printable contract download

It should be somewhat formal

Everyone has probably seen the “50 Shades of Grey” contract scene.  In the movie, Anastasia and Christian amend the contract, discussing their hard and soft limits.  It’s done at his work, at an office table.  While your negotiations do not have to be this elaborate, it should be more than just a conversation.  If you’re just talking about what you like and don’t like in bed, you’re basically having a regular vanilla discussion.  My contract I have with my Dom is based on the one from “50 Shades of Grey”.  You can download a free copy of the PDF template here.  While some may say the wording sounds cheesy, I get turned on by the businesslike terminology.  Feel free to change things or add your own additions to the PDF.  It doesn’t include the food list because it never appeared in the book or the movie, but you could always make your own.

What to include in a contract

A contract contains what both parties will and won’t do.  It clearly spells out the roles expected for each person and what these involve.  It will also explain a sub’s availability: is this part-time, long distance, or 24/7?  Here is a list of other topics to include:

Remember, this is your contract, make sure it contains anything you feel strongly about.

What do you do with it afterwards?

After a Dom and a sub sign a contract what happens to it?  It should always be accessible to both parties to refer back to when needed.  After you sign it, you and your partner should both have a copy.  My Dom and I keep ours in our bedroom nightstand.  I like having it close to us.  It reminds me that I’m bound to him.  Every few months or so, we bring it out and have a negotiation session.  We reread it together, reminding both of us of our boundaries and expectations.  Usually nothing changes in it, but it helps us not forget our roles.  And discussing it together always turns us on.

Everybody practicing BDSM should have a contract. Create one with your partner and make sure to go over it periodically together.  Even if you’re not currently in a relationship, it’s good to have one written out. That way you already have a clear understanding of your own boundaries and expectations.  🖤

Do you have a contract? Tell us in the comments what’s in yours.

Free pdf template 50 shades of grey printable contract download

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10 thoughts on “How to Create a BDSM Contract- FREE PDF”

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  4. Hello I love the site. Going to go into contract with a Dom
    I have known for years. On the contract it is missing appendix 4
    regarding the food. Is there a list for food.
    Thank you
    Sandy

    1. Sandy,
      That’s so great you’re taking the next step and going into contract! I wish you both the best. Unfortunately the downloadable contract doesn’t have appendix 4 because it was never listed in the “50 Shades” books or the movies. Feel free to make your own food list though. Thanks for stopping by!

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