A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that on a self-reported test, people who practiced Bondage Discipline Sadistic Masochism (BDSM) on a regular basis were less neurotic, more open, more secure in their relationships and had an overall better sense of well-being than people who only practiced “vanilla sex.”
The theory that is that kinky people have better communication skills and are more aware of their own psychology because they’ve learned to own it in a world where their desires aren’t the norm. Pretty cool, huh? (Learn more about the study – and BDSM – By reading more of my research I will be presenting in Montreal this week. Speaking about the ability to connect deeper with oneself, by yourself or with your partner
and study’s in upcoming posts and links a share on Facebook. Specifically answering – Why BDSM might be the sanest sex out there. In upcoming posts explain more of the levels of BDSM and the ability to engage in many different experiences.
Spanking for Joy
Another benefit of kink is the release of endorphins, which come on hard and fast after a good spanking (Or any kind of pain, according to the Novosibirsk Institute of Medicine). Ever had that glowy, happy feeling after a good spanking? (If not, maybe you should give it a try!) That’s what endorphins do.
Or, How About This Way?
Want to have better sex? Try more positions. It is a simple way to start negotiations. Those who switch it up when they have sex have a lot more fun – and more orgasms – according to the U.S. National Survey of Sexual Health. So the next time you get it on in the sack, challenge yourself to try a couple more positions.
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