BDSM bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadism and masochism increasingly receives attention from the scientific community. Where earlier research efforts mainly focused on epidemiologic characteristics, psychological and biologic factors driving BDSM preferences have recently gained interest as well. To bring together all the existing scientific literature on BDSM from a biopsychosocial perspective. Prevalence rates of BDSM interests were investigated in the literature, as well as the associations between BDSM interests on one hand and personality traits, adverse childhood experiences, education levels, sexual orientations and biological markers on the other. With regard to psychological factors, both personality traits eg, higher levels of openness or extraversion and the presence of a personality disorder have been associated with a heightened interest in BDSM, although only limited supporting evidence is available.
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This is my recounting of the year my husband and I began exploring Power Exchange both inside and outside of the bedroom. Feel free to use this contract as a template for what will or will not work for your relationship. I, Chloe Donnovan, with a free mind and open heart request of Leo Donnovan that he accept the submission of my will unto him. I ask that as my Dominant, Leo Donnovan takes me into his care and guidance and encourages growth together in love, trust, and mutual respect. It is my desire as a submissive to satisfy his needs and desires whenever possible, in hopes that I will be found pleasing to him. In order to do so, I offer him the use of my body, abilities, and purpose. Further, I ask that as my Dominant, he will accept the responsibility of using my body for the fulfillment and enhancement of both of our sexual, spiritual, emotional, and intellectual needs.
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I have a real-life Christian Grey and damn, he's diiiiirty. Are you obsessed with the idea of having a "master" who orders you around? Then you'd likely get pretty excited over being the submissive, as I am. If you're more the domineering type, however, then maybe having someone to bend to your will is what gets you hot and bothered.
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