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Let’s be real, kink and BDSM can get dangerous and abusive. Just look at Fifty Shades of Grey—it’s a domestic violence relationship masked as BDSM. If you didn’t know any better, you wouldn’t be able to tell. It can be subtle.

There are countless stories out there where people have shared their stories of how kink and BDSM went horribly wrong. I’ve heard more than I care to count, and I’ve made my fair share of mistakes, too. Which is why I’m so passionate about bringing kink and all its glory to people, but in the safest and healthiest way possible.

The purpose of this post is not to scare you out of exploring kink and BDSM, but to equip you with the awareness and education so that your journey is as fulfilling as possible. Rather than tackle danger and abuse in BDSM in one video, I’m breaking it down.

I would be completely irresponsible if I didn’t talk about the warning signs and dangers that could happen when kink and BDSM isn’t practiced right. Yes, my goal is to help as many people get their kink on, but not at the expense of their safety and happiness.

Let me be clear: just because you tick “yes” on one or more of the five points doesn’t necessarily mean you’re not ready. You may very well be if you understand where your feelings are coming from so you can address them as quickly as possible.

So, what are you waiting for? Watch the video below to get the 411 on the 5 signs you may not be ready to explore kink/BDSM.

I would be completely irresponsible if I didn’t talk about the warning signs and dangers that could happen when kink and BDSM isn’t practiced right.

Yes, my goal is to help as many people get their kink on, but not at the expense of their safety and happiness.