About

This blog is intended as a community resource about abuse, particularly in the BDSM community, although its extensive contents apply broadly to anyone, so I’m hoping it will be useful even for vanilla people who may not even have any idea what BDSM is.

This used to be housed elsewhere, but because of harassment, I have had to move it and rename it to something unassociated with any of the names I am ordinarily known by.

While the line between healthy BDSM and abuse can be rather thin, no one deserves to be abused in any context.  It is my goal to make sure that people know the signs – and know how to get out of these relationships before they are destroyed by them

If you are offended by anything I say, think you might be, or don’t like how I write, then this may not be the place for you. No one is forcing you to read this blog.

==========================================================================

All writings on this site are copyright by AbuseAndBDSM, unless otherwise noted, and may not be used in any way without express, written permission by anyone, for any reason, in any format.

You are not authorized to see this part
Please, insert a valid App IDotherwise your plugin won't work.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. I’ve been a subscriber to your blog since days before Christmas. I enjoy your blog, though I do not live in the BDSM lifestyle. Your link to Dreamwalker was enlightening and I have included his blog on my blogroll. Thank you for your candid thoughts and soul searching introspect.

  2. What’s with the reference to Sydney University? I have seen this popping up in more of these boilerplate things lately, and can’t find any info online regarding it.

    • I found it on Fetlife. Apparently someone was doing something hinky and people started posting this. I gather that some time ago, someone said they’d been contacted and put without their consent into some kind of research paper.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *