5 Common Kinks–& What To Know Before You Try

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We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. But while we can't knock EL James for bringing kink into the public consciousness, the stereotypes depicted in popular culture are often way off the mark. Kinky sex is a way of experimenting with boundaries in the bedroom which sometimes involves a good spanking, but it also comes with emotional, physical and even spiritual benefits that could improve your relationships and transform your self-esteem. All that from a bit of slap and tickle? Bear with us

Behind closed door scouring the internet for a catalogue of kinks to try with your partner can feel subversive—and hot. Designed for the uninitiated, learning about kinks after that fetishes may feel intimidating. First things first, understand what is a bend and what is a fetish? A kink is defined as a sexual activity that falls outside of femininity that society traditionally considers acceptable. A fetish technically refers to an allure to an inanimate object, although this includes body parts, such as feet like a foot fetish. So a fetish is a type of bend.