Can BDSM/Fetish type sex ruin your relationships? This article dares to dive into whether or not BDSM and kinks ruin relationships. For most of us, this question is almost laughable, but this article delves into how the general public feels about how BDSM and Fetish affects relationships should you not be on the same page as your partner. Read more here.
Digital Domination what? This article dives into how some folks are using technology to explore their kinks. This is especially helpful for those who cannot meet in person or perhaps are not able to explore their kinks in any other way. Read all about it here.
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Yes, I agree with you. BDSM gets a bad rep. But when done healthily and with consent, I think the BDSM way of doing things is often much healthier than the Vanilla alternative. And yet we are still known as the bad guys.
I really feel that when something deviates from the norm and/or is misunderstood and/or wrongly stereotyped, the said thing is branded as bad automatically. And that is what is happening and has happened with the Kink community in general.
I always wretch when vanilla people pontificate about the “dangers” of BDSM. Is lying, cheating and getting caught — like our President and millions of Vanillas — preferable to the BDSM ideal (and it is an imperfect ideal for sure) of honesty openness and respect? I don’t think so.
Thanks for letting me know about the survey! I am definitely going to sign up!
Always love this section! Thanks for keeping us up to date!