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Category Archives: Kink critical
< C) Ways in which BDSM affects mainly the practitioners C1) It creates/ maintain/s encourages a situation where the hurting person asks to be hurt again, and often even hurt worse A hurting person who is unambiguously against what happened … Continue reading
Trigger warning: Sexual violence I never met a kinkster who wants to honestly discuss BDSM. They never want to talk about pain. They do not want to tell me what tops/ doms/ sadists get out of BDSM. They only give … Continue reading
What 50 Shades of Grey (and other romantic stories) really say about women – it was not what I thought
When “50 Shades of Grey” came out, I did not want to live on this planet any more. In my mind, women were reading about a woman getting beaten and stalked – and enjoyed hearing how she suffers. I read … Continue reading
Not so long ago, I tried to tell a woman what I find wrong with pornography and BDSM, as I sometimes do “Don’t tell me you are one of those people who think all sex is dirty”, she spat back. Who thinks sex … Continue reading
This quote by C. K. Egbert shows why we cannot make “consent” our only standard of whether an action is moral or not: “Let’s presuppose that we live in the world the BDSM people would like, where the “physical details … Continue reading
Kinksters who are honest admit that the BDSM scene has predators. Kitty Stryker say: … Basically, we [Kitty and Maggie Mayhem] realized that we have had very similar negative experiences in the BDSM scene. When we started talking about … Continue reading
Why would anyone want to be a BDSM bottom partner? Reflections from someone who struggles with BDSM fantasies
This is the words from someone who calls herself Ro. B. Warning: Please be aware that talk of rape, bondage, etc. may be triggering for some survivors of sexual abuse. Instead of placing a piece this long in a quote block, … Continue reading