BDSM as a form of therapy? Researchers are finding that more and more women are turning to BDSM as a form of therapy. Some people using it to save their relationships, while others are using it to deal with past abuses. Read about it here.
What 50 Shares of Grey got wrong! This articles tackles all the things the the trilogy got wrong about BDSM. I’m sure a lot of us that have seen the films have been thinking these things, but this article finally stated them. Check out what made the list here.
Dominates men for money and proud. This Femme Domme – Moschino’s Jeremy Scott – loves to dress up like a woman and considers himself to be a sweet transvestite. This is a great article about someone who has embraced who they are and loves to helps others explore their desires as well. Read all about it here.
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I agree with you, Pixie. There are some kink friendly therapists in the US.
Are there therapists out there that specialize in using BDSM for therapy?
No, at least not in the United States .But you may be able to find a Dom/me with a background in psychology…..or a kink friendly therapist.
Yes, BDSM can be very healing. Getting pain inflicted on me in a consensual and safe way helps me work through past abuse that was not safe or consensual.
I agree that BDSM is very therapeutic. It has helped me work through a lot of my own hangups and issues from my childhood.
Thanks for posting this article!