FetLife has never been super friendly towards sex workers. Now, the fetish site is filtering out regular users that have been labeled "commercial."
It's not that hard, really.
Sex-positive communities navigate a complex set of archaic laws regulating morality.
FetLife, the world’s leading fetish website, has deleted huge swathes of content overnight in order to stay operational. Kinksters respond to the news.
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Not satisfied with leaving bruises or marks from wrist restraints, some members of the BDSM community are breaking out the tattoo equipment.
Following accusations that it doesn't do enough to stop sexual harassment and abuse, BDSM, kink, and fetish site FetLife halted new sign-ups. As Fetlife works to straighten out its kinks, we asked users how the changes are impacting their online...
We joined professional and lifestyle dominatrixes for their an annual tea party to network, dish, and tongue-lash their slaves.
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For some women, their vampire fetishes are less about Edward Cullen and more about bloodsucking, fang BJs, and Vlad the Impaler.