Misconceptions of  Kinky Sex

Kinky Sex has been a taboo topic for many years. People don’t usually talk about it, so there are a lot of myths about this kind of practice. One of the biggest misconceptions is that not many people are into kinky sex. This may surprise you but, actually, half of the population in the world is interested in it.

Talk kink with your friends

If you ask your friends, at least some of them have probably tried it, and one out of five makes kinky sex part of their regular play in their sexual life. More than 22% of sexually active adults engage in role-playing, and more than 20% have engaged in being tied up and spanking. You can even find people who are interested in kink but have never tried it.

Reaping the benefits of kinky sex

Research has proven that getting a kink in the bedroom has multiple benefits, both for your health and for your relationship. Kinky sex can help you feel better and more mentally healthy. Couples who have tried it happen to be less anxious, more open to new experiences, more conscientious, more extroverted, less sensitive to rejection. In a nutshell, they are generally healthier compared to the ones that don’t practice it. Studies have proven that kinky sex can help you grow and gain confidence. Couples that practice kinky sex tend to have lower levels of the harmful stress hormone, cortisol, and have built greater closeness and intimacy after their sexual encounter.

Women do it too!

Another misconception of kinky sex is that it is a man thing…but women are interested too. Although specific types of kinky sex often appeal more to one sex than the other; both men and women want to explore kink equally. Nowadays you will find more women interested in kink…and more willing to explore it with their partners.

Don’t knock it till you try it

The biggest misconception about kinky sex is that it is often associated with abuse and violence. However, studies have proven that the average person who engages in consensual kink has above-average physiological health. Actually, most people who practice kinky sex have never been exposed to any type of abuse, violation or domestic violence.

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