Your Researched & Referenced Guide to BDSM
Keeping it Kinky

Keeping it Kinky

About Keeping it Kinky More about us

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Keeping it Kinky is a site dedicated to the education and implementation of safe BDSM. This site is offered as a researched guide to get you started on the kinky path or enhance the knowledge you already have. Everyone considering engaging in BDSM should be aware that it can be dangerous and there are risks entailed. Keeping it Kinky will do its best to illuminate you on these dangers but you must be prepared and responsible in order to safely engage in this expression of sensuality.
The goal of this site is to add new articles, reviews, and media on a regular basis. As new articles are added, the glossary and reference sections will grow. If you have an interest in particular topic, please feel to contact us.

What Do We Offer Information On?

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BDSM stands for Bondage, Discipline, Sadism and Masochism and is a form of play between two or more consenting adults. BDSM uses the exchange of power and/or the experience of pain in a variety of scenarios to enhance the human experience (Kashiko, 2011). There is nothing sinister about the practice of BDSM and it is nothing to be ashamed of. It is the difference between preferences of certain types of interaction and experience.
The practice of BDSM covers a lot of different interests. These varying interests can require research and knowledge to ensure that you and your partner are playing safely and not risking permanent and serious damage.
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Reviews give us a sense of what is worth our time or things we should avoid like a sickening disease. Keeping it Kinky seeks to provide reviews on books and different genres of movies that relate to BDSM, kink, LGBTQ, and alternative relationship styles.
Our reviews range from entertainment and fiction to instructional and informative. We try to include reviews for consumers familiar with the topic as well as people who are first discovering the alternative lifestyle.
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Keeping it Kinky believes in remaining accountable and so here we will list our references. We feel it is important for you to know where we are pulling our information from. Some of our references are from interviews of people who have been engaged in the lifestyle for a minimum of 5 years. We also are keeping an ongoing site glossary that grows with every article we publish.
It is important to be an effective communicator to maintain healthy relationships as well as have an understanding of the human body to safely engage in BDSM. We also know how relieving it can be to connect with services that support and embrace lifestyles that fall outside of the mainstream concept of how people should behave. We try to provide you with information on businesses and people who provide good and services that welcome all types of individuals.

Most Recent Articles

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Giving & Getting Consent
Kashiko | October 11, 2016
So how do you give or get consent in BDSM?
Give/Get Consent
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Barriers to Consent
Kashiko | October 6, 2016
What are the common barriers that stop consent?
Barriers to Consent
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Broken
Kashiko | September 9, 2016
Jessica is a student forced into prostitution to stay in school
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Spiritual Abuse Recovery
Kashiko | May 18, 2016
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