first What is BDSM?
Bondage, Domination, Sadism and Masochism (BDSM) are all situations where people, by their will and choice, raise their personal power elements and act for their joy. This can be a sexual pleasure, but it does not always have to.
2nd Are there different forms of BDSM?
Yes, there are many forms of BDSM. The two main forms are:
* Lifestyle BDSM – This is the form where partners associate BDSM elements in their relationship in some way.
* Kink or Fetish BDSM – This is the form where people occasionally use the power elements, primarily for their sexual experiences, without losing their lifestyle.
One is no more important or more real than the other. The two forms are different. Often the people grow from "kink" to "lifestyle"
3. Is BDSM abnormal?
All forms of human behavior contain elements of power: at work, at home, in politics, in sport, and in (sexual) relationships. The enlargement of the power element in its relationship is not abnormal. Current opinion of professionals (according to various diagnostic manuals such as the US Diagnostic and Statistical Manual) suggests that consensual energy exchange between well-informed and well-adjusted adults is normal and harmless (sexual) behavior. What causes BDSM feelings?
Science is not entirely clear why some people are attracted to BDSM, others are not. Genetic coding seems to have something to do with it and may be affected by education, the social environment and education. The fact that the jury is still out, and we simply do not know the answer. According to estimates from the Kinsey Institute, Cosmopolitan, Time Magazine and several European universities and other sources, 15 to 30 percent of the adult Western population are feeding some form of BDSM emotion. Why is there such a social stigma on BDSM?
Generally speaking, public opinion about BDSM is based on obsolete information such as the Psychopathy Sexualis (written by R. von Kraft-Ebing, end of the 19th century) and S. Freud's research Early 20th century. In addition, xenophobia (unfamiliar fear) plays an important role in the general opinion on BDSM, and thus an overly-oriented medium misleads the topic. The lack of reliable, thoughtful scientific research also plays a role in this topic. Most of the research was performed by therapists who prefer to promote their "therapy" instead of having thoroughly investigated the phenomena
. I've heard that people who are very dominant in real life are actually humble in bed. This is true?
High-ranking politicians or the lazy leaders in the bed come from prostitution ("commercial lovers"). The fact that there is no proven relationship between general social behavior and sexual behavior. Sexual behavior is a very unique thing, so it is very different from each individual
. Is BDSM-prone people not really all victims of childhood trauma or abuse?
Scientific research has taught us that the number of (young or other) traumatic backgrounds is no bigger or smaller than any other social group. Every trauma victim finds in every social group. Subsequently, within the "BDSM" group, the overall level of tolerance allows for more debate on such topics and the "BDSM community" is one of the few social groups that effectively and actively provide support and support for such cases. There is no reason why people with traumatic history can not enter BDSM activity provided they seek professional help and deal with the trauma at the FIRST and OUTSIDE BDSM positions
on a personal level. What age of BDSM emotions do you have?
About 25 percent of the "BDSM population" (according to the research of the POWERotics Foundation) fed BDSM-like emotions in their very young age. Often, this group remembers that before the age of 12 the power situations fascinate. Many people, however, often disclose their BDSM preferences after much dramatic events in their personal lives, such as after divorce. The reason for this probably lies in the fact that these events consider people to themselves, their personalities, their preferences and their needs
. Why are so many people so confused about BDSM emotions?
Regardless of the subject: it is not easy to tell the world that you are "different". It is true of everyone who feeds emotions, emotions, or ideas that are not collectivistic in their social environment. People in the business environment often find it difficult to tell their parents and friends that they would be a painter or actress. Gay people are struggling with a similar problem and democrats who come from a republican nest. The phenomenon is "come out of the cabinet" (this means your environment is different) and this is a difficult process that requires a lot of juggling defense and explaining to yourself a likely unwilling audience. Patients with BDSM tend to face the same problem. Often, this also leads to a situation where people – unfortunately – are too afraid to tell their partner their emotions.
10th If so many feed this feeling in a young age, why is there so little information for them?
Many – unfortunately – depends on which country is born. The fact that in most countries sex education generally leaves much to be desired. World-wide research has shown that 70 percent of the population pick up "from the street" (ie friends, pornography, over-orientated media, etc.) Sexual information and parents or schools are not or very poorly educated. The current political climate – with very superficial and poorly formulated opinions about sexuality – makes it difficult for organizations to set up adequate information programs in many countries. The other problem is that not everyone who (temporarily) cares for BDSM-like feelings in puberty and adolescence is ultimately interested in BDSM, as this is mostly related to the more general sexual experimental phase, young age. It is very important for young people to follow their own path without too much external influence. This is a dilemma for organizations that provide information.