While meeting partners online is increasingly common and apps like Tinder, OkCupid and Bumble (among others ?
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these are just the ones I?ve personally used) are beginning to shed their stigma, there are others that will probably always be viewed with stigma and even trepidation. One of these is FetLife.
For the uninitiated, FetLife is a free social network for finding like-minded kinky people and expressing and exploring your sexuality. Its design and UX is a bit old school ? think Myspace, not Facebook. Nonetheless, it serves its purpose. On Fet or FL, as it https://hookupdate.net/xmeets-review/?s often called by users, people can be as anonymous or open as they wish, using pseudonyms, often listing ?Antarctica? as their area and making up a fake age. While many users avoid posting photographs of their faces, others are astonishingly open, baring all ? face and genitals alike, often with a dildo or appendage or partner or three.
I?m often surprised by how few people have heard of FetLife, particularly now that pop culture has brought BDSM and kink into the mainstream (thanks, 50 Shades!). Continue reading