Kink and Sexuality Research Organizations

Kink and Sexuality Websites and Organizations

All of these organizations are dedicated to positive sexuality and or alternative relationships and sexual identities. Organization descriptions are be pulled from their respective websites. This is not exhaustive and I encourage you to add to the list in the comments and if your organization would like to be included in the list, please email …

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BDSM Play For Clinicians: The BDSM Scene

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What Is A Scene? A BDSM “scene” is a negotiated event that may involve bondage, discipline, and sadomasochism, and/or power exchange behaviors. The length, type, number of participants, and other factors involved with play can vary dramatically from scene to scene. Traditionally, all elements are negotiated verbally or via written contract prior to each and …

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Power Exchange for Clinicians: Collaring Ceremony

Disclaimer Please note that, despite the fact that many who identify as part of the Kink community do, in fact, read and abide by the popular literature of this subculture, each client and each power exchange will be unique. This blog series is designed to give the reader an introduction and exposure to some of …

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RACK and PRICK: Safety in the BDSM Community

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Prick, Rack, and Safety? Safety is of great concern in the community and there are three, nearly universal, codes or measures for safety and consent guidelines for which they practice; SSC, RACK, PRICK. “Safe, Sane, and Consensual” (SSC) is the oldest of these codes and is still a common safety tool used in BDSM play. …

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Glossary of Commonly Used Terms in the Kink Communities

Kinky Glossary All skills or play styles described below involve interactions between consenting adults unless otherwise noted. * denotes activity which are commonly considered Edgeplay though other play may fall into this category for some participants Kinky Glossary Disclaimer This Kinky Glossary was written more than five years ago there has been a significant number of changes …

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What is Shibari and Kinbaku?

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All of these shibari resources are dedicated to supporting positive sexuality and or alternative relationships and sexual identities. Organization descriptions are be pulled from their respective websites. This is not exhaustive and I encourage you to add to the list in the comments and if your organization would like to be included in the list, please email [email protected]

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The Kink Phobia Problem

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Sexual Outsiders and Kink Phobia Sexual, genders, and relationship minorities, also known as sexual outsiders, are currently not receiving the proper standard of care by mental health professionals. One of the barriers to the development of more educational programs about this population is the lack of mainstream science acknowledging it as an identifiable subculture. This blog …

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Scat Play: Is it normal?

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There is nothing wrong with wanting to find an individual or individuals that share your love and interest in this kind of play. They are out there. This is a fairly well-known fetish. There are even dating and discussion sites dedicated to scat play called scatsingles.com and scat.com. There are also discussion threads dedicated to scat on fetlife.com. One individual has stated it is honoring a piece of person either by ingesting or playing with scat.