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Do you think growing up in religion makes you kinkier in bed? Because of the thought of sinning? Or are born atheists and freethinkers kinkier from the get go?

Kristoph 4 July 20

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If you put an image of Jesus Christ on the cross and a woman bound to St. Andrew’s cross, then you won't see much of a difference.

Christians love torture and sacrifice.



Not necessarily


I think repressed urges do manifest themselves in more extreme ways, so that would agree with religious people being kinkier once they acted on their kink. This country is mostly closet freaks due to Puritan repression.

dokala Level 7 July 21, 2018

We all have our things. My kink could be your vanilla.


Kinky is based on a "norm" or "standard." In all probability, religious in origin. What if everyone did it and said nothing about it, is it still kinky?


most studies seem to agree most kinks can be traced back to an experience in childhood eg being smacked on the bottom that is then extended into a persons sexual psyche

weeman Level 7 July 21, 2018

I always understood that as a Catholic thing. I guess its about the natural response to repression. And the constant focus on sin. Yummy!

On the flip side, after marriage, the song comparing the freedom to have sex and actually having sex is a hoot in Monty Python's Meaning of Life:


I don't really have anything about me that has any desires of 'kinky'. But I will try anything that my partner wants if it makes her feel good.


The world changes so fast that i don't think there's any way to quantify kink anymore.


I confess to the pleasure of overcoming the taboo things some religious women seem to claim they would never do.

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