This week in kink, February 12, 2018


Here’s one we haven’t tackled before: Is it safe to practice BDSM while pregnant? You might be surprised by the answers that this article provides. Read more about it here.

Interesting article we found this week where a woman was fired from her dream job of being a police officer in New Jersey was fired once they learned about her past as a dominatrix. Kristen Hyman is determined to get her handcuffs back and vows that they have not heard the last from her. Enjoy the story here.

Consent is a huge topic of debate these days, especially within the #metoo movement. This article attempts to tackle the recently released 50 Shades of Grey movie that has sparked consent talk. The interesting thing about the portrayal of BDSM in this film is that it borderlines between sexy and scary, specifically in the trilogy’s final chapter. Indulge and Read here.

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  1. That’s insane that they fired her because she used to be a pro dom! So infuriating!

  2. I agree with you Spankmon.

    Also, the Fifty Shades movies are such bs when it comes to teaching people about consent. It is an outrage that these movies are becoming “the bible” for people to begin an kind of D/s dynamic!

    In the first movie he stalks her and it just gets worse and worse from there.

  3. You’re right justadude, The movies perpetuate a false stereotype for D/s relationships, and what not to do to have a healthy dynamic.

    I’m glad that since the movies came out D/s is a little more normalized and more okay to talk about, but everything it stands for and tries to teach people is a serious problem.

  4. Yeah I completely despise those movies and everything they stand for. We need a new movie to come out that shows people how D/s should properly be handled and formed.

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