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Photo by juan moyano via Stocksy. FetLife, the world's leading online kink community, has had its leather-booted fill of controversy. Its users argue that it provides a space for like-minded kinksters to explore their BDSM fantasies in a safe, consensual way. Critics, on the other hand, claim that the site has historically minimized the abusive behavior of its members. Now FetLife has astonished its members by deleting huge swathes of content, seemingly overnight and without prior consultation. Entire online groups and fetishes have been canned: nothing involving alcohol or drug use, no race play or anything that might be construed as hate speech, nothing that would be categorized as obscene such as incest or as causing permanent or lasting bodily harm, and—most significantly of all—nothing depicting consensual non-consent, such as simulated rape or abduction.
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The Internet’s Largest Kink Community Isn’t Going To Moderate Itself - Digg
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Inside the lamp fetish Facebook group where users share sexy pictures of themselves with lights
There are some things you just can't talk about at church-based recovery meetings. So these kinksters created a community all their own. E very Wednesday evening in Manhattan, a small group of addicts gathers in the basement below a shop where the front window display features a male mannequin decked out in a blonde wig, pink corset and matching tutu. Posted on the door is a sign warning that you must be 21 years or older to enter. A second mannequin in the entryway wears a black latex harness and holds a riding crop.
The weeks after disappearances were a turbulent time. The kink community was scared. Some of us were scrambling to go to other places, and people were so fragmented and lost.