Infatuation with BDSM

penis size
Testosterone Increases Penis size
October 30, 2017
headacahe-from-porn
Indian Man Gets Headaches From Watching Porn
October 30, 2017
Show all
bdsm

When I think of Bondage, Discipline, Sadism and Masochism (BDSM); I think of it as something that only weird people do. Honestly, something has to be wrong with a person if they are sexually aroused by pain, humiliation, and being tied up; right?. However, it is not something I have ever experienced or been involved with so I am not able to speak intelligently on the subject. Ignorance is bliss.

BDSM is a taboo subject and not something the mainstream society accepts. It is not something you can just randomly talk about to a coworker or friend; also people are generally fearful of things they do not understand. One thing that drew my interest to BDSM was Rihanna’s hit single, S&M. Being a music lover I generally love to listen to lyrics of songs very closely. I was actually shocked to hear that S&M was referring to Sadism and Masochism.

S&M drew quite a bit of controversy throughout the world and was banned in 11 countries. In fact one radio station in the UK changed the title to “Come On”. It is ironic that we can have so many songs about violence, sex, crime, and drugs that go unbanned but one song about S&M gets banned in 11 countries. I guess this adds so creditability about my above comment, that S&M is not accepted in mainstream society.

Rihanna claimed the song was not to be taken literally and that it had a deeper meaning. “The song can be taken very literally, but it’s actually a very metaphorical song. It’s about the love-hate relationship with the media and how sometimes the pain is pleasurable,” the singer tells Vogue magazine. “We feed off it — or I do. And it was a very personal message that I was trying to get across.”

Another factor that drew my attention to BDSM was a book called, “Fifty Shades of Grey”. This book was the talk of my office and was recommended to me by many of my coworkers. “Must Read”, is what many people have told me. The plot is about the relationship between a college graduate Anastasia Steele and a billionaire Christian Gray. Gray manipulates her into signing a contract allowing him to have control over her life. Steele also has to sign a “non disclosure agreement” contract. Gray finds out she is a virgin and agrees to have sex with her in order to prepare her for future sexual encounters. As they get to know each other, Steele learns that he is into BDSM and in order for her to be his partner she agrees to experiment with BDSM. This causes many conflicts with in her life.

BDSM is many thing rolled into one name. It is not all about inflicting or receiving pain. There are some people who just enjoy be tied up, being ordered around, or just enjoy the psychological control they get from dominating their partner.

Call Girls in Pune who are in to BDSM in do it voluntarily and for a fun way to explore their fantasies. Everything that happens is consensual and again it is not just about the domination and pain. It is more about role playing or a game; participants are exercising their imagination.

I think what scares people most about BDSM is how it is perceived. It is also associated that people with a history of abuse are prone to sexual relationships that involve BDSM. This was the exact case with Christian Gray’s character in the aforementioned novel, Fifty Shades of Grey. As I am sure they are bad people who do bad things. I do not feel that BDSM is reserved for bad people. At its roots it is a form of foreplay.

We all have fantasies and we all in some way want them to come true. I for one have always had fantasies about French maids. It is not quite as extreme as BDSM but I do love it when call girls in pune dresses in a costume.  We have even role-played as doctor and nurse.

I do not feel anything is wrong if a couple wants to spice up their sexual relationships. People are generally afraid to “come out” about their fantasies if they are not typical. They expect that they will be condemned by the people around them and maybe even lose their job or friends if they open up about it.

I feel that those fears will cause regular or “vanilla” relationships to feel. I may not know the ins and outs of BDSM but I do some people who swear by it and have healthy relationships. Is this because they are able to fully express themselves or does their success correlate with the fact they are not hindered by suppressed sexual desires?

I may not have these answers but I do know that I am not the only one interested in BDSM. I is a forbidden subject and not generally accepted, but I think that is what is interesting about it. Obviously people are scared of the topic but at the same time curious about it as well. United Kingdom, who banned the Rihanna’s song S&M also, has Fifty Shades of Grey at the top of numerous best seller lists. The book beat Harry Potter as the fastest selling paperback and sold over 20 million copies worldwide; so obviously people are interested.

Leave a Reply