Inclusivity, Identity, and the Principles of Your Kink Is Not My Kink
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This week’s episode is a response to things we’ve seen online and things said to us — and it’s our line in the sand and our flag in the ground. The Loving BDSM community is a place for everyone, of any identity (as long as you’re a legal, consenting adult, of course). And that means we’ll respect the identities and realities of everyone in the community — not just people who look and sound like us.
Note: We try to discuss this topic with sensitivity and respect. If we misspoke with regards to identities, race, sexuality, or any marginalized community, we apologize and want to learn so we can do better.
In this episode:
- We’re having a Patreon membership drive in January!
- Older kinksters on Fetlife withdrawing
- Messages saying we seem too into “identity politics” and that’s a “shame”
- Why the principles of Your kink is not my kink don’t apply JUST to the kink community
Shout-outs to our kinky patrons: Cdc, Chris A., Sir&her78, Janie K., B, Devoted Cricket, and Jessica G.
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