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REPORTSWORKSHOP / #Social Acceptance
The BDSM workshop by Kinky collective and LABIA
07 August 2016
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Date: 29th May’2016 Venue: Mumbai List of Attendees From Kinky Collective TS JW Sig DG VK The event started with DG giving a brief introduction about Kinky Collective and the activities that the group is involved in, along with the ways to find and follow the Kinky Collective Blog, FB page and the twitter handle. After this all the Members of the Kinky Collective present there introduced themselves.
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BLOG / #Social Acceptance
The Scent Of Claire
24 April 2016
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It's lovely being a woman and I realized it when I met Claire. I am Claire and what I was before I met Claire... Doesn't matter. Finding Claire was one of the best thing I have done in my life and it will always remain as the best part of me. The person I was before I met Claire is a less interesting, less confident, introvert, regular guy who could easily get lost in a crowd.
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BLOG / #Social Acceptance
Yes, I'm a Kinky Indian Woman. No, It's not hard
19 March 2016
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Let's just agree straight off the bat that I speak from privilege (presumably to the privileged). I, in no way, represent all of my country; even if I have seen a lot of its fucked up, I haven't experienced it first hand. I didn't grow up in a village steeped in caste issues. I didn't exist in an atmosphere where jeans and cell-phone use by women was named the prime cause for rape.
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BLOG / #Social Acceptance
Kink and Friendship
05 March 2016
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Friendship, as I understand, is a state of mutual trust and support. It may mean different things to different people, but for me, it was always about being myself with people I call friends. It was a relationship devoid of pretense . But strangely most friends I had at an early age did not come into this category..
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BLOG / #Social Acceptance
Would I be open about BDSM if it were socially acceptable?
08 September 2014
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Someone asked whether we would be open about BDSM "if it were legal". Well... it isn't just a matter of legality, also of social acceptance. But if BDSM was entirely legal and socially acceptable, if being open about it carried no social consequences, hell yes! I would definitely be open about it.
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