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Penis Gagging, BDSM, and Rape Fantasy: The Truth About Kinky Sexting

Penis Gagging, BDSM, and Rape Fantasy: The Truth About Kinky Sexting Anya Garrett
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You know the phrase, “Taken out of context, I must seem so strange?” That goes double for pulling random bits of erotic conversation, texted or otherwise, and analyzing them as if they told a whole story. Without the motivation of the person sending and receiving them, you really don’t know anything.

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C. Margery Kempe  

The point of fantasies is that they come from somewhere that isn’t always logical or rational.

It took me a long time to understand that about myself. I suppressed the things that turned me on for far too long; now I enjoy them and seek out partners who can enjoy them with me, but it's been a slow process. I am very cognizant of how my fantasies look to 'outsiders' who don't understand that all important context. On the plus side, I've turned these revelations into a new writing career, so yay me!

07/13/2011

this is a great article. i'm not into BDSM myself, but i do appreciate the fact that everyone gets off on something differently. as long as it's between two (or more) consensual adults, then there shouldn't be a problem

07/14/2011
freda  

nice review

03/06/2012

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