Links Tagged: General knowledge
|The Newbie Pack||New to BDSM?
|Tips For Beginners||Wizdomme Pages: D/s Help and Information
|New Age Quest||Mentoring in the Lifestyle
|Leather and Roses||House of DeSade
BDSM Resource Center
|BDSM index from Sexuality.org
BDSM archive of Sexuality.org
The Backroom is a place for people who are interested in the BDSM lifestyle, who are looking for others to exchange experiences and people who are curious what BDSM is about and who want to learn more about it.
|Ambrosio's BDSM Site
Extensive resource for BDSM
|The Bondage FAQ||The Key to Sex-ess
by Baadmaster and Naia
|The Ultimate Sex Guide||The BDSM Circle
General Basics about the What? Why? How? of BDSM
A D/s Web Center focuses on the alternative lifestyle known as D/s, Domination and submission. This site is dedicated to the premise these things can and should be explored thoughtfully and without doing harm to individuals. Exchanging power or control
UK Based BDSM Resource Site
|Common Mistakes New People Make
|Miscellaneous Tips & Info for Newbies|
Lovely little resource for any newbie.
|Beginners Guide to Dominance and Submission: More Info
There is more to D/s than just paddles and flails, ropes and cuffs. There are other "toys" that are used and are useful, especially if the parties agree that the play can become more intense. The following items and techniques are not recommended for beginners, but are included so that when and if you decide, you have the information at hand to ensure that the play continues to be safe and consensual.
|Sex and the BDSM Scene|
Essay: Is sex generally a part of BDSM?
|London Fetish Scene Wipipedia
The London Fetish Scene Wipipedia is a on-line encyclopaedia of all things fetish and SM, it is being continually expanded and improved by the community
UrbanKink BDSM: the orginal site for masters and their female slaves. Your source for information, entertainment and fun. Inside are movies, pictures, thousands of articles.
|Collar by wikipedia
|The Collar by forestnymph||Training Collar
|The Art of SM by Rick Umbaugh|
The difference between music and S/m, which makes so much of what we do so intense, is that music exists for a mass audience, while we create music for an audience of one.
|Out of the Shadows: How Do You Talk to a Vanilla Partner about BDSM Interests?