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Little-Shop-Of-Os BDSM sex toysWhen you play with your lover (or lovers) does it include chains, whips, floggers, handcuffs and restraints, among the other many, many sex toys available to BDSM fans? What about assuming roles such as the dominant or submissive partner? Does a little bit of pain sometimes turn you on at the right moment? Does being restrained allow you to cut loose and more fully enjoy what is happening to you?

Any of this sound familiar to you? If so you are probably part of the BDSM community, or at least someone experimenting (and most likely enjoying) some new experiences brought much more to the mainstream by Fifty Shades of Grey, and the many books like it. If this still does not ring a bell, rest assured that it does to many people that you already know. Many of your friends, co-workers, and acquaintances are quite comfortable with the items above, some using them to occasionally spice things up during sex while others are fully immersed in the BDSM lifestyle.

Bondage-Discipline-Sadism-Masochism sex toy Little-Shop-Of-OsAnd guess what? Not only are they normal and healthy people, they may have better mental health than you do! A recent study in the Netherlands found that people who include BDSM as part of their sexual lifestyle tend on the average to be more generally honest, open with their partners, and have a more stable mental state than the test subjects not into BDSM. In no case were the BDSM sex toys and bondage practicing subjects less mentally healthy than the “vanilla” test subjects. What we found interesting was that getting these results was not the reason the test was performed. They were seeking other data. But since a large and open group of BDSM lifestyle people were involved, the people running the study got interested in the statistical differences between the two groups. The results seemingly surprised everyone but the kinky crowd.

While most of us seem to lean toward either a dominant or a submissive posture in our sexual life, Bondage and BDSM people have expanded on this and added restraint, sensory deprivation, and various levels of pain to the equation to enhance their sex lives and, for the many people involved in this growing scene of sexuality, it works!

If you are already engaging in simple role playing with your partner, using light bondage, spanking, etc…,  is an easy next step to take your sex life to a new exciting level. If you enjoy it, there is much more out there to try. Relax, have fun and enjoy!