“For me, the art of shibari lies in emotion. The ropes become a medium of communication.” In this article in Time Out, Hong Kong shibari artist Subay shares her perspective on rope, sexuality and emotions.
If you’ve checked out the new BBC TV series “Normal People”, you likely noticed it includes some sprinklings of kinky sex. This article on Redbrick argues that the show inaccurately portrays BDSM as “cruel, passive, and undesirable”.
A professor at a university in New Zealand has resigned following claims of “long-running conversations with colleagues on his intimate life and practising of Shibari”. Umm, ok. I get that nobody should be subject to sexual harassment at the workplace, but is this a case of kink discrimination? Would he have been made to resign if his colleagues had been discussing vanilla dating habits with him?
A Dominatrix went viral on Twitter for flogging her sub while making him say “Black women are superior”. Oh my…
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