About BDSM

BDSM is literally an acronym for Bondage Dominance Sadism and Masochism. It really is an umbrella term for interests that deviant from the norm or are kinky. Some people that are into it “live the lifestyle” as some like to say, others simply have fun exploring things in their bedroom with their partner. There is no right or wrong level of interest, just what is right for any person and their consenting partner or partners. On the pages in this site there will be many topics discussed in depth from a variety of view points. Hopefully by coming here it will help you learn a little more about what is really out there past what the media likes to portray.

Whatever your interest, or just idle curiosity, please explore the site, see what may be relevant or interesting to you. If you have questions you don’t see addressed please feel free to ask us a question we want to be able to help and give as much information as we are able to.

  • Fifty Shades of Pink: The Differences Between BDSM and Abuse - There is a huge gulf between bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, and masochism, collectively known as BDSM, and intimate partner abuse. Although it seems as if BDSM and abuse would go hand in hand, that’s certainly not the case. Intimate
  • “Safe Sane And Consensual” A Proposed Definition - The mandate that BDSM should be “Safe Sane and Consensual” (SSC) is SM’s most famous rubric, and is known and accepted in virtually every camp and corner of the SM community. At its best, SSC encourages us to monitoring safety,
  • BDSM Does Not Equal Sex- Why it is Safe to Say “NO” - BDSM Clubs are not necessarily sex clubs- in fact, the vast majority of the scenes I have been involved in and watched do not include sex.  Don’t expect sex or that participants at BDSM events are going to be comfortable
  • Welcome To BDSM - OK- So maybe you were like me growing up, and your bad Barbies got put into GI Joe prison camp, and the ones that couldn’t be rehabbed successfully were sent to the My Little Pony’s Paddock of Doom- but even
  • I’m not Abused: I’m beaten regularly and happily - How is getting beaten not abusive? Technically, according to your state’s laws, it may fall under battery or domestic violence, however, start by looking at consent.  I enjoy getting beaten- punched, kicked, stepped on, and generally hurt.  I enjoy physical
  • What the Heck is S&M and Why Do It? - Sadism and Masochism- I can talk about De Sade and Masoch, but I won’t.  You can do your own research if so inclined to learn about those gentlemen.  I’d rather start right at the topic and skip the prologue. S&M
  • Enthusiastic Consent and Negotiation - I want people I play with to be really interested in doing something with me. I don’t just want the moaning and groaning response of “well, i guess that may be acceptable if it is what you think I’ll want”.
  • What is TNG - Ever since 1999, when TNG was founded, it has found itself under debate. There have always been, and will always be, people who feel less than positive about its existence. Like many topics facing the SM community, this is one
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