What is kink? What do the letters stand for in BDSM? What’s the deal with spanking? Where do I start with trying bondage? Your guide to kink.
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Kink Facts: Did You Know?
There’s a whole world of kink out there, and not all of it involves sex.
Erotic rope bondage originally developed in Japan from methods to tie up captives from battle.
BDSM stands for Bondage & Discipline, Dominance & Submission, and Sadism & Masochism.
People in the BDSM community think “Fifty Shades of Grey” is kind of a lame representation of kink.
We’ve gotten more than just Baguettes from the French— including sadism, which comes from the Marquis De Sade.
If you hear someone shout "pineapple!" it probably means stop. Safe words are a staple in the BDSM community.
Kink is a range of activities that fall outside of conventional sex. Kink may include fantasies, role play, use of toys, and exploration of fetishes. BDSM is related to kink and it refers to certain types of kinky play: bondage and discipline, domination and submission, sadism and masochism. Whether you're curious or not, love it or feel "meh" about it, there’s nothing wrong with you either way.
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Thinking outside of conventional sex, exploration of fetishes and getting started.