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The BDSM, Fetish and Kink community is a very large, closely-knit group of sexually liberated individuals who enjoy participating in this alternative lifestyle which offers freedom of expression in non-conventional ways. The BDSM alternative lifestyle brings fetishists together to explore their sexual and psychological kinks together.

Kink is most commonly defined as “Showing or appealing to bizarre or deviant tastes, especially of a sexual or erotic nature.” Many liberated adults are interested or participate in some form of kinky activity and consider themselves, therefore, to be kinksters.

What once may have been described as kinky sexual activity in the past, may in our modern climate appear tame. Oral sex was at one time considered kinky, and is now accepted as more mainstream. Anal sex is still considered a kink activity by the general populous and bondage and discipline is definitely considered kinky.

The term fetish is most commonly defined as “Something, such as a material object or a nonsexual part of the body, that arouses sexual desire and may become necessary for sexual gratification, or an abnormally obsessive preoccupation or attachment; a fixation.” Many people have what some might refer to as a fetish. Shoe fetish is a mainstream term used to define an individual who loves, collects, or worships foot coverings. Some people may have a lingerie fetish, a corset fetish or a wig fetish, etc.
Fetishes may or may not have a sexual connotation and connection. Sometimes fetishes have an underlying quasi-sexual nature that may appear non-sexual but upon further exploration or examination may reveal themselves to have deeper roots in the erotic or sensual fantasy life of the fetishest.

From the FreeDictionary Online:
BDSM is any of a number of related patterns of human sexual behavior. The major subgroupings are described in the abbreviation "BDSM" itself:

• B and D: Bondage and discipline
• D and S: Domination and submission
• S and M: Sadism and masochism

Many of the specific practices in BDSM are those which, if performed in nonconsensual contexts, could be considered unpleasant, undesirable or abusive. For example, while pain, physical restraint and servitude are traditionally inflicted on persons, in BDSM, these activities are engaged in with the mutual consent of the participants and typically for mutual enjoyment.

This emphasis on informed consent and safety is also known as SSC (safe, sane and consensual), though others prefer the term RACK (risk-aware consensual kink), believing that it places more emphasis on acknowledging the fact that all activities are potentially risky. There is discussion and dispute about the meaning or intent of the terms but in essence, both terms refer to all participants acknowledging and accepting some level of risk.

• BDSM may or may not involve sex of any kind.
• BDSM may or may not involve sexual roleplaying.
• How dominant or submissive a person may be in their regular life does not necessarily indicate which role they will play in a scene.
• Some BDSM players are polyamorous or sexually monogamous but engage in non-sexual play with others.
• A couple may engage in BDSM sexuality with an otherwise non-Dominant/submissive relationship dynamic.

Many fetishists and kinksters also participate in bdsm play such as spanking, bondage, master/slave relationships, domination and submission and sexual roll playing. Bondage typically refers to the acts of binding someone either in ropes, ties, leather, handcuffs, etc and controlling their activity through forced submission.

Spanking play is a very common activity of bdsm play. Many people who do not consider themselves kinky or involved in the bdsm lifestyle, may incorporate this roll-playing activity into their sexual lives. Spankers and spankees alike enjoy the thrill that may come from “getting caught” being naughty and then the ensuing “punishment” that comes. Some people enjoy the erotic jolt they get from being paddled and find that they may become sexually aroused during the process.

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