04:17:01 PM Dec 10th 2011
Hi there, i'm a practicing BDS Mer, but i thought this at least should be listed as a RL example of this trope (sadly): the John Edward Robinson case. It's a cautionary tale and why you should set up safe calls.
12:56:49 PM Nov 30th 2011
Does the quote fit? If it's a girl who's "12 years old and unhappily telepathic", it's pretty understandable that she'd find images of tied-up women on her dad's mind disgusting. Doesn't mean the author does, or that the reader's (necessarily) supposed to.
10:32:21 PM Mar 28th 2011
This was in quote format — and we have a page quote already. Given it's apparently a made-up exchange I didn't move to the quote tab. I suspect the sentiments are captured by the main text.
"Where did you get popcorn?"
"Where did you get the Harblz to get off on beating someone you profess to care for deeply half-consious and still call yourself 'mentally stable' or 'well-adjusted?'"
04:13:40 PM Jul 24th 2010
Do relationships that are clearly abusive fit here? I thought BDSM was supposed to NOT be about that stuff.
06:28:09 PM Jul 19th 2010
I deleted the 'and actually bondage is good IRL, really! Love us!' whining at the end of the article that turns it into an opinion piece, as if people who practice it are poor, discriminated minorities (and all psychologists and researchers who say anything against bondage are full of crap,) but it was put back there. The insecurity amuses me. I didn't put anything anti-bondage in there - simply deleted the irrelevant bit whining to be nice to fetishists. Someone should go around all the other fetish pages adding a "and these people are really nice and normal, really! ;_;" disclaimer. Oh, why do people act like scat is gross, that's so disrespectful!