BDSM


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AcronymDefinition
BDSMBondage & Discipline / Domination & Submission / Sadism & Masochism
BDSMBondage, Domination, Sadism and Masochism
BDSMBlue Dragon Scale Mail (NetHack)
BDSMBlack Dragon Scale Mail (NetHack)
BDSMBig Dumb Stupid Man
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Don't believe that females in the BDSM scene are usually bound, beaten, and submissive.
This symbol was created after 1995 discussions on an AOL message board, when user Quagmyr proposed a jdesign for a BDSM emblem, originally inspired by the Roissy ring described in the Story of O (although he later decided the Roissy design had spirals rather than "teardrops").
As a result, much of the content of both books--the e-mails, vast swathes of dialogue and the BDSM contract, which here stretches over 10 pages--are identical.
keywords: BDSM, sadomasochism, dominant, submissive, qualitative research
Even if the critics say it is a bad piece of writing, a bad portrayal of BDSM relationships, it doesn't take away from the fact that, no matter how good or bad the film is, it will definitely get more people talking about it and making this subject less taboo.
To be honest,'' says Boston-area writer, phone-sex operator and participant in the BDSM scene Isabel Blyss, "the actual kink elements in the book were very tame by my standards.
The film "Fifty Shades of Grey" has been in news ever since it started filming because of the content of BDSM.
It's not easy to describe to your Iranian mother what BDSM is," Samira Moheyeddin, owner of Banu Iranian Kabob & Vodka Bar, told the Star.
The trilogy written by EL James follows wealthy businessman Christian Grey as he meets Anastasia, a virginal college student, and woos her into his BDSM world and "red room of pain.
From the time of Richard von Krafft-Ebing's (1886/1978) text Psychopathia Sexualis, BDSM has commonly been assumed to be motivated by an underlying psychopathology.
The pieces run a gamut of topics: male cheerleaders, female athletes, homeless kids, policing in black neighborhoods, BDSM communities, online scammers, international organized crime, adopting or leaving an identity defined as deviant.
Providing candid revelations of her BDSM lifestyle (and based on her personal journal recordings), Alison Tyler draws upon some twenty-five years' experience as a gifted author of erotic literature to create what must be described as a kind of docudrama that commingles personal experiences with a novelist's vivid imagination.