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BDSM

So you like to be spanked? Or maybe you prefer wielding a whip during foreplay and getting naughty pussy boys to behave?

These and other variations of kinky sex involving dominance, submission, punishment, masochism, bondage and role play can be defined as BDSM.

BDSM is an abbreviation derived from the terms bondage and discipline (B&D, B/D, or BD), dominance and submission (D&S, D/S, or DS), and sadism and masochism (S&M, S/M, or SM). It is important to note that BDSM is not a form of sexual abuse, despite appearing coercive or violent.

BDSM is conducted between consenting adults and follows the philosophy of ‘safe, sane and consensual’. BDSM includes activities and relationships that centre on people taking on complementary, but unequal, roles (e.g., Tops or dominants and bottoms or submissives). Sometimes, an individual is seen to move between the two, known as a switch.

Aside from general safer sex guidelines (look: Safety Zone) a number of precautions are usually agreed upon upfront, like limits and the use of code words. This is important to minimize any physical injury.