Are BDSM people being politically and socially harassed?

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December 4, 2014 by jayce428

Up until recently the general public didn’t have any reason to even think about this community, and many had their preconceived notions about BDSM which might be based on ideas acquaintances, friends, and all together their society has instilled in them. There’s also the idea that they don’t have an opinion period.

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As the New York Times points out, the BDSM community has come to light, and there are many factions in the matter – some maybe interested in BDSM, others may believe it’s immoral, and others may think that you’d have to be mentally scared or damaged to be into it.

The answer to this question really depends on where you live, the UK is much more strict and prohibits any sort of BDSM in porn produced in the UK, and in the US the porn industry is much more open with few restrictions apart from not allowing anyone 17 and under to participate.

The way to look at it is that the press won’t follow boring non-controversial stories, but the problem with this is that like the Bashara and Ghomeshi cases they both added to the controversy and stigma. Also, people have been following traditions for the last 200,000 years, and then their are religious folk who insist you have to follow this moral life following a certain religion – in fact they found that there is a moral molecule in your body which is known as Oxytocin, and religion isn’t the basis for morality – click here for the resource for that information.

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