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Bondage is as beneficial as playing golf

Slavery, discipline, domination and submission can be understood as a recreational activity, not as a kind of perversion.

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If you are concerned about applying certain sexual practices that involve domination through bondage, wives and other methods of submission, you can remove the complexes above.

One study has provided a classification of bondage or BDSM different from any that has been done before: leisure activity, comparable to practicing golf , with innumerable benefits for the mental health of those who practice it,  provided it is performed under full consent and in a climate of affection and respect between the two participants.

They are the findings of a study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, which sought to explore the characteristics of this sexual practice as a mere leisure activity and not as a sexual paraphilia and eliminate stigma, in contrast to traditional psychopathological explanations.

The authors of the study, from Idaho State University, concluded that the sensations brought about by the wide range of BDSM practices and motivations, such as tying, dominating, humiliating and sadomasochism, report positive emotions such as personal freedom, sense of adventure, stress reduction and even development of personal skills emotions comparable to those of a recreational activity such as golf.

The study was conducted as follows: a sample of more than nine hundred participants responded to a survey evaluating the BDSM experience according to attributes commonly used to evaluate recreational and leisure activities.

Responses also evaluated and statistically compared participation roles in BDSM (dominant and submissive).

Participants reported the following:

  • Sense of personal freedom (89.7% of participants)
  • Pleasure or enjoyment (98.5%)
  • Sense of adventure (90.7%)
  • Use of personal skills (90.8%)
  • Relaxation or decrease of stress (91.4%)
  • Self-expression or self-exploration (90.6%)
  • Positive emotions (96.6%)

“Our findings show, overwhelmingly, that BDSM fits the properties of the common leisure experience, similar to people who enjoy golfing, swimming and cultural events,” said Dr. Williams.

Eliminating stigma

Previous studies have already suggested the recreational character of BDSM, but none so far had been empirically tested.

Historically, BDSM had been understood from a psychopathological perspective,” wrote lead author Dr. DJ Williams in a previous study published in the Journal of Positive Sexuality.

However, this research showed that many people not only view BDSM as sexual interaction, but even as a means to form intimate relationships.

Now, the new study has allowed a reclassification, which was necessary and important, since if BDSM is understood and recognized as a legitimate leisure experience , with important personal benefits, similar to practicing skiing, hiking, photography or painting, the stigma associated with so-called “sexual deviations” can be eliminated.

It should be mentioned that the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, in its most recent edition (DSM-5), does not recognize bondage as sexual paraphilia.

Therefore, BDSM can be understood from now on as a practice with the benefits of any leisure practice, with the added value of the evident benefits of sex for physical and mental health.

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