This post contains some pornographic contexts. Viewers’ understanding is required.
If you come across this word, you are about to get in the very dangerous world. But the more dangerous, the more people want to pry it…but once you enter, you won’t be coming out. Before I start with this, I shall explain SM. Needless to say, S stands for sadist and M is masochist. In porn video, this genre has been in the mainstream for ages. I knew some video in which such a sadistic woman phisically punished a masochistic man with a whip or something like that. But for some reason, the reverse of it has been more popular, I mean, a sadistic man bullies a masochistic woman. If you like to play an eroge, I am sure you have had a chance to play this kind of game, 遺作[isaku] or 臭作[shusaku].
調教[choukyou] means to teach an animal to do something or to behave correctly. Not it shouldn’t be for a human being, but if I say like 彼を調教する[I will train him], it is most likely to sound erotic? Just me?
At any rate, when it comes to anime or game, 調教[choukyou] has such a connotation more or less. Well, what Louise does to Saito in Zero no tsukaima can count as 調教, though. Speaking of 調教, there has to be some necessary items to do so. A leash, a chain, a cuff…or other adults’ toys. Unless a woman punishes a man, a whip is not even necessary. Leash a person, umm, it doesn’t treat as a human being anymore. In other words, you shall make him/her your pet.
No matter how brutal it looks, M is going to enjoy having such a “training.” In the end, M shall come to an orgasm…Make sure you look at the face, that is what’s called イキ顔[ikigao] or アクメ顔[acmegao]. Yes, acme…
Come to think of it, I did 調教 to school someone as a cosplayer. Indeed I did to Shinji-kun and Naoe when I cosplayed with them. I like to school someone to be a cosplayer…Oh no, I am enjoying 調教! Am I a sadist? Nah, I am just an otomen.