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Bondage Fans Are Not Sexual Freaks

A new survey reveals that people who enjoy bondage and discipline (BDSM) are not doing so because they were sexually abused or are sexually deficient. It’s simply a sexual interest.

An unusual sex survey has found Australians who enjoy bondage and discipline are not damaged or dangerous – and might even be happier than those who practise “normal” sex.

The research showed 2 per cent of adult Australians regularly partake in sadomasochism and dominance and submission-type sexual role play.

And contrary to stereotypes, they are not doing so in reaction to sexual abuse or because they are “sexually deficient” in some way, according the study of 20,000 Australians by public health researchers at the University of NSW. Read more

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