BDSM & Its Infinite Shades

The release of the movie Fifty Shades of Grey took the world by a storm. Even though popular opinion about the movie were subjectively negative — it’s fun fantasy-fodder — it’s misogynist — it’s empowering for women — it’s silly, nobody can deny the fact that the society was compelled to have discussions on BDSM and kinks. Nevertheless, the movie failed to represent BDSM accurately, say experts. So what is BDSM then?

What really is BDSM?

Most people find it hard to believe that physical pain and humiliation can lead to feelings of pleasure. This is because of incomplete knowledge on the subject. BDSM stands for bondage and discipline (B&D), dominance and submission (D&S), and sadism & masochism (S&M). Noticeably, each letter is connected to the letter that comes next to it. This is because BDSM can have different meanings for different people with highly diverse sexual preferences.

You have to understand that you don’t necessarily have to be a masochist sex enthusiast to see that pain and pleasure go hand in hand. Think about the delights of a tasty supper containing spicy peppers or the “good pain” in thighs after a long run. In the dictionary of subjective neuroscience, both pleasure and pain show salience, that is, an experience that is important and deserves attention.

At the point when individuals hear BDSM, they will, in general, take it to mean being mean, showing aggressive behavior, and sadism. BDSM can actually be sweet, satisfying, and creative. To know more about BDSM and to unleash the kinky side of you, reach out to us Taillors. Genuine and devoted members of the New York City kink community got together to form The Taillor Group to produce workshops, events and scenes like no other ever before. Our work includes hosting private sessions, BDSM play parties, and other events.

[Taillor Content Team]