BDSM Practitioners Are Mentally Healthier: Study

Study Shows BDSM Practitioners Are Mentally Healthier
Study Shows BDSM Practitioners Are Mentally Healthier

A study published by the International Society of Sexual Medicine has found that those who delve into the BDSM (Bondage Discipline Sadism and Masochism) culture are mentally healthier than those who do not.

The results suggest that BDSM practitioners were less neurotic, more extraverted, more open to new experiences, more conscientious, less rejection sensitive, and had higher subjective well-being.

William Grey of ThinGreyLine.com refers to several recent studies that suggest good psychological health of BDSM practitioners.

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He intimates that this is true for many who are into more open sexual experiences either because they have less overall frustration with their physical and emotional relationships or that they are more aware of their internal desires.

ThinGreyLine caters to the “50 Shades” crowd and seeks to help their members find unconventional relationships that are not covered by mainstream dating websites.

Study Shows BDSM Practitioners Are Mentally Healthier
Study Shows BDSM Practitioners Are Mentally Healthier

Their specialty is BDSM, cosplay (costume play), and other forms of intriguing sexual fetishes. Grey is a military veteran and wants to support the troops by offering free trial memberships to everyone during the Memorial Day weekend.

ThinGreyLine.com says it is the place to come where you won’t be judged, where you can seek out those who might help you live out your wild dreams and desires.

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Rakesh Raman