According to the teachings in the classes I take and broken down succinctly from a mysensei.net article quote from 2009:

” ‘Ju’ is a concept. The idea behind this meaning of Ju is ‘to be gentle’, ‘to give way’, ‘to yield’, ‘to blend’, ‘to move out of harm’s way’.”
“Jutsu” is the principle or “the action” part of ju-jutsu. In Japanese this word means art’.”

So how can such a fierce form of martial arts be considered gentle? Because one of its main tenets is to conserve one’s own mental and physical energy in a way that’s
sustainable to survival. This is perfect for me as I am generally a lover, not a fighter but it can be essential to self-preservation to know how to defend oneself and
there is nothing sexier than a woman who is confident in her own power.

For a petite Femdom like me, it may surprise you to know I am a student of martial arts and have taken Judo for self-defense since I was a teen. Now, I don’t claim to be
some sort of master of this descendant art form of JuJutsu, an ancient type of warrior land fighting that has existed for thousands of years and originated in Japan.
However, I do know this art is highly technical and studying it is exceptionally beneficial for those that are willing to put in the effort to reap its many rewards.

It’s really no surprise that a martial arts that incorporates terminology and moves such as “tussle, grip fighting, high crotch, penetrative steps, one leg take-down,
grappling, vital-striking points,” and “parrying” can have some pretty close connections and similarities to the power and energy exchange like that of BDSM. Just think
about it more deeply for a moment: Jujutsu is learning to weaponize an opponent’s own strength against themselves. That is very much like the energy exchange inherent in
femdoming.

Wouldn’t it be a bit humiliating if you didn’t believe in my skill and you learned the hard way how I have earned my black belt? Being playfully pinned by a skinny little
lady under 5’3” would be so entertaining for onlookers and publicly humiliating for you but it might just turn you on…