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Could Kink-Shame Be Affecting Your Relationships?

Could Kink-shame Be Affecting Your Relationships?

Humanosity says..Despite the prevalence of pornography, many studies have shown that Brits are having much less sex. Often the blame is put on our stressed and time-poor lives. The team at Happiful disagree and think the root cause is our lack of self-acceptance of our desires leading to kink-shame affecting our relationships.

Despite kink-based novels and films making mainstream headlines for nearly a decade, many of us can still struggle with our desires. Love it or hate it, Fifty Shades of Grey sparked debate and brought rarely-discussed sexual desires into the eye of mainstream commentary. Yet beneath the best-sellers and star-studded cast, and past mainstream publications focusing on ‘weird extreme’ fetishes, sits actual individuals facing a whole host of issues and worries.

Recognising you have sexual urges outside of what society considers ‘normal’ is just the first step. Sure, there may be a community, ready and waiting with open arms – but self-acceptance isn’t always that easy. Do you ‘come out’ as kinky, or keep things firmly behind closed doors? How do you balance sharing with oversharing? Do you risk shutting loved ones out of an entire part of your life by keeping your desires secret?

Click here to read the full article at happiful.com

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