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BDSM 101: Not Everyone Needs To Know

BDSM 101: Not Everyone Needs To Know http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safe,_Sane,_Consensual
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People that are new to kink often ask "how do I explain my kink to my family and friends?" Whenever I see this question, I wonder why they feel the need to tell people.

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Gdom  

Agreed. While kink is an important part of my sexual identification, I've never felt any need to "come out" as kinky (then again, I've never felt any need to come out as bi either so perhaps I'm atypical here). I'm happy to proudly embrace my identity without telling the whole world about it. And when it comes to kink, I'd even say there's something fun about having something only you and your partner(s) know(s) about your relationship.

01/03/2013

It's noone's business what you do in your bedroom (or wherever you do it ) and you have no obligation to explain your sex life to anyone, so I see no need to "come out" about any of it. Just live and let live! -Les Amuse-Bouches

01/05/2013

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