subspace

My problem, though, is that when he whips me, I resist going into subspace. He has to whip me for fifteen or twenty minutes before I even begin to feel any psychological effects.
b) Any (often unspecified) method of communicating faster than light.When he was far gone into subspace, pain was enough to make him come.
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subspace — The mental state reached by a masochist during a particularly rewarding beating. She stopped screaming, and a smile came over her face, she was now in deep subspace … Dictionary of american slang
subspace — poerdvis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. subspace vok. Unterraum, m rus. подпространство, n pranc. sous espace, m … Fizikos terminų žodynas
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subspace — noun 1》 Mathematics a space that is wholly contained in another space. 2》 (in science fiction) a hypothetical space–time continuum used for communication at a speed faster than that of light … English new terms dictionary
subspace — sub·space … English syllables