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July 14, 2008
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BDSM Is Common. So Why Is It Kinky?

We’ve never really seen sadomasochism as particularly weird or “out there” sexual behavior — and for good reason, it would seem. Sadomasochistic behavior, which has been witnessed in animals, might just be an inborn sexual characteristic — and it’s certainly more common than some might have you believe.

So why is it “kinky”? We’re not really sure. But then, we’re also not really sure with the LA Times deems butt sex to be extreme. Some people…

[Photo by fljpg, via Sexoteric]

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  • al oof says :

    my guess? pervasive christianity.

  • Loren Roderick says :

    I think Jay Wiseman said it best “perverted is anyone kinkier than you.”

    I think my own personal spectrum actually is based mostly on the amount of communication and trust you need to have with your partner. Straight vanilla is you have intercourse, maybe in a few positions, but not all that creative. Moving away from that is anal sex where to do it right you need understanding. Past that comes the situations where one person may be injured or be helpless. Then someone WILL get hurt and WILL be helpless with the issue being control. I also have a parallel bar of “sexual acts that aren’t “sex”” that goes further to kink the farther away it gets from intercourse.

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