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Please take a moment to imagine your favorite elementary school teacher wearing a studded loincloth and a ball gag. That's just a little bit weird right? Even though every bored housewife in America read Fifty Shades of Grey years ago, most of us think of BDSM as something to experiment with behind closed doors, in our freakiest of moods. They're not doing it to shock you or to "spice up" boring marriages -- this is their marriage. As you'd expect, the existence of these couples raised lots of questions in our minds. They said Everyone likes pain sometimes. Hell, spicy food is painful, so is a hot bath.

If you're trying to understand the BDSM lifestyle, this should be the least weird part and in fact, the concept of getting turned on by pain was a pretty common one long before Fifty Shades came along. Anything that gets your heart pumping pain, danger -- even just the knowledge that you're doing something taboo can make sex better. If you don't believe us, try it. The people we're talking about today wear some of the gear all the time and may have BDSM-related decorations on their walls.

If you don't find it weird that some people like a little slap on the ass now and then, you probably still draw the line here. Isn't that a full-blown mental illness at that point? But at that point it's not about a kink, but an emotional bond. On the surface, it can sound pretty terrifying but CNC tends not to be something people take lightly, everybody involved needs to have absolute trust in each other so that nobody ends up with any permanent damage. It's not something you would do with just anybody. That's a word you'll hear over and over again -- trust. Sure, somewhere out there is a dentist who for the first time is paying a prostitute to tie him up and enclose his scrotum in a tiny iron maiden -- that guy is probably getting off on the danger.

But in a long-term relationship, it's about saying, "I am making myself totally vulnerable to you and granting you absolute power over me, because I know you will not abuse that power. It's part of the relationship adventure for us. When you get down to it, people in BDSM and regular "think buying a dildo is the kinkiest thing ever" relationships aren't all that different.

They fight, they cry, they laugh, and when they finally find that special someone, they want to put a ring on it. Only with the BDSM crowd, "it" means their partner's neck. People have collaring ceremonies for their submissives [which] are essentially the equivalent of a wedding ceremony. These collars are sacred objects, according to Julie. They're usually regarded as very special It's very much like a wedding ceremony And, yes, they wear the collar all the time.

Lifestylers that take their collars very seriously can refuse to remove it even for airport security. Just to be clear, people heavily into BDSM don't think of it as just a quirk -- they see it almost as a separate sexual orientation.

There are actual BDSM guides about coming out as kinky to "vanilla people" and even columnists talking about how kinky and unkinky people just don't work. Hell, some BDSM writers feel ashamed that they are capable of having sex without chains, whips or handcuffs. It's a key to their identity. But they are, of course, living in a majority-vanilla world. Depending on your audience, revealing that you're into BDSM might get you treated as a joke, a creepy deviant, or the coolest couple in the room. This means making compromises. Like with the collars we mentioned above -- Julie explained that the hardcore tend to have "day collars" suitable for wearing in public and others for when it's time to hoist their freak flag.

I gave them that too him for his fancy dress collar that he does not wear in public. And I gave him a bracelet that he refers to as a day collar. OK, so choking people with bike chains sounds more like how John Wick murders people than how lovers treat each other. But all symbols are nonsense to those who don't understand the meaning behind them; the only reason we don't consider expensive diamond engagement rings weird is because marketers for a giant diamond company spent millions convincing us otherwise.

It's a website where, as Rain explains, "you get paperwork and a slave barcode for your submissive partner. Some slaves actually tattoo this barcode on them, usually on the back of their neck. In such cases the contract would be removed off the wall and put back after the vanilla family members have left One would also be super wrong on that .

For example, throughout this article the sources have been using the terms "dominant" and "submissive" as if they're set in stone, a fixed part of a person's orientation. Well, when someone alternates between the two roles known as a "Switch" in the community , that doesn't always go over so well. Valleycat says, "When my husband and I were new to the community people would regularly try and work out which of us was the dom and which was the sub and they were always wrong as we are both switches!

I've heard submissives say that they could never bottom to a switch. There's also an odd element of old-fashioned sexism at play. According to Seven, "It doesn't help that a lot of doms complain that many men don't want to submit exactly, they more want an attractive lady to carry out their fetishes for them.

This in doms getting tired of being approached and sub guys feeling even more alienated. The point is, even underground subcultures have little lines they don't like crossed -- things they find as ridiculous as the outside world finds BDSM. Take a fetish like "Findomme. How many of you out there just realized you're secretly a Findomme dom? Eh, sorry to interrupt, Valleycat:. Personally I find that uncomfortably close to the arguments that anti-kink people try to use against BDSM in general.

There are people in long-term BDSM relationships all around you, whether you know it or not. In between tying each other to racks and heating up branding irons, they do stuff like raise children together. Julie explained that most couples she knows don't go out of their way to explain their kink to the rest of the family, but added that, "Kids usually find out. And they usually find out pretty young. She told us about a conversation between a woman she knew and her preteen daughter.

That's because on a day-to-day basis, a BDSM marriage is normal as hell. We have this image of a BDSM relationship as sort of passionately violent and violently passionate In other words, a "slave" in a long-term relationship spends a lot less time in a gimp suit than they spend, say, making their "master" breakfast, or cleaning the house for him. Elaborate dungeon play sessions are too exhausting to be the core of a long-term relationship. Not that people haven't tried doing long-term BDSM partnerships that are all whips and no conversation. We're not saying it's impossible, but To that I say, 'Ha!

Good luck with that. This article originally appeared on cracked. In My . Eh, sorry to interrupt, Valleycat: "[T]he anti-findomme crowd will try to belittle the subs and claim they don't understand how they're being used

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