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Elspeth
05-10-2018, 02:25 AM
Heh heh heh....

BDSM Community Wants Nothing To Do With “Abusive” Disgraced AG Eric Schneiderman
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/05/awkward-bdsm-community-wants-nothing-to-do-with-abusive-disgraced-ag-eric-schneiderman/


...Well, it seems that even the BDSM (Bondage and Discipline (BD), Dominance and Submission (DS), Sadism and Masochism (SM)) community wants nothing to do with him. A handful of BDSM aficionados including a dominatrix has come out to condemn the disgraced former attorney general of New York, Eric Schneiderman.

Despite Schneiderman’s claims that ‘I have not assaulted anyone. I have never engaged in nonconsensual sex, which is a line I would not cross,’ his two former girlfriends tell a different story that involves ritualistic abuse and acts that border on rape.

The Daily Mail, in a piece titled “Kink community outraged at New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman’s claim that his alleged sexual abuse of women was role play“, outline the effects that Schneiderman has had on the BDSM community. His actions were apparently even too much for those degenerates.

A Seattle dominatrix named Mistress Matisse called any non-negotiated encounter ‘ABUSE. End of story.’

Others expressed hope that it would increase public understanding of BDSM and help highlight the distinction between its traditions and non-consensual violence. […]

Ej Dickson, an editor with MensHealth.com who writes often about dating and sex, wrote Tuesday that the kink community ‘puts a premium on consent.’

‘It is one of the very basic tenets of BDSM,’ she wrote. ‘Often, sex acts will be negotiated beforehand in the form of contracts, and either way, anyone practicing BDSM responsibly will implement a ‘safe word’ to make it clear if they are uncomfortable with anything happening.’ […]

Jillian Keenan, author of the BDSM memoir ‘Sex with Shakespeare,’ mentioned both Spacey and Ghomeshi in an email to The Associated Press reflecting on the Schneiderman case.

‘Just as sex without consent is rape, kink without consent doesn’t exist – that’s assault,’ Keenan wrote...

Sex with Shakespeare?

SVPete
05-10-2018, 08:22 AM
They're making a distinction with little difference. Schneiderman's S was simply greater than his "victims'" M.

FlaGator
05-10-2018, 08:56 AM
You know, it really hurts them to say that.

SVPete
05-10-2018, 09:17 AM
You know, it really hurts them to say that.

:lol:

When it comes to people whose lifestyle is a rejection of normalcy it's hard to take them seriously when they say, "Hey! We have standards!" Unwilling victims is just a step farther than willing victims, the next step when willing victims gets boring.

FlaGator
05-10-2018, 09:43 AM
:lol:

When it comes to people whose lifestyle is a rejection of normalcy it's hard to take them seriously when they say, "Hey! We have standards!" Unwilling victims is just a step farther than willing victims, the next step when willing victims gets boring.

What is sad is the S&M culture appears to have higher standards than liberal politicians.

Old n Grumpy
05-10-2018, 10:18 AM
What is sad is the S&M culture appears to have higher standards than liberal politicians.

:rotfl::rotfl::applause::applause: H5

That's a good one!

SVPete
05-10-2018, 10:31 AM
What is sad is the S&M culture appears to have higher standards than liberal politicians.

Unsurprisingly.

noonwitch
05-10-2018, 12:02 PM
:lol:

When it comes to people whose lifestyle is a rejection of normalcy it's hard to take them seriously when they say, "Hey! We have standards!" Unwilling victims is just a step farther than willing victims, the next step when willing victims gets boring.

I used to know a couple who were seriously into the whole BDSM community. She was the dom, he was the submissive. But she also would train female submissives. She never had sex with anyone but her husband, though, the training did not involve sex acts, it was more about developing self-control. I asked lots of questions, since you don't meet people like that often who want to talk to outsiders. Or at least you didn't so much in 1994. It's a brave new world out there today.

The submissive parties sign contracts with the dominants. They specify what they will and won't do, and they have to trust the dominant not to cross that line. They put their "safe word" in the contract. Limits are big for them because no one wants to get sued, nor do most of the people on the dominant side really want to hurt someone badly.