To many that have been in Second Life for more than a year, the Grid is a place where many activities, especially that one wouldn't normally indulge in, can be explored without fear of reprisal or condemnation. It is "safe", compared to the difficulties of organizing and performing such activities Real Life. These activities can include acts that might be considered "wrong", "disgusting" or at the very least, "deviant". While most on the grid stick to dancing, shopping, casual pixel sex in exotic locations and the occasional D/s fantasy, there are those who are a little more, shall we say, hard-core.
Before we go any further, I want to add disclaimer for myself and the people/activities that I will be featuring on this blog.
1) This should go without saying, but if you have issues with graphic
pictures, sexual situations and things that might make you "squick",
don't read this blog. If you read it anyways, don't complain to me that
you were offended. Please be an adult and monitor your own activity. I'm
not your mom.
2) Neither myself or the people/activities in this blog condone actual rape, murder, torture or violence of any kind towards anyone or anything. We believe in the "Safe, Sane and Consensual" type of role-playing between consenting adults with no exceptions.
3) The blog with never, ever, ever, EVER feature any sexual or abusive under-age age-play of any kind. If you wonder why, ask almost anyone in the RL or SL fetish community what they think of it. The very vast majority will tell you that under-age age-play, even between adults, is vile, disgusting and beyond taboo. I share that ideal and will actively work against any sexual or abusive under-age age-play organizations in Second Life.
4) While not everyone will share the ideals in this blog, I will work to give any Safe, Sane and Consensual adult role-play venue a fair shake. I may not enjoy what you do, but I will certainly defend your right to do it.
In this blog, I want to feature not only "deviant" role-play, but I want to feature artists, fashion designers and philosophies that go against the "normal" in Second Life. If you think you qualify, contact me.
My next post will be featuring the Bondage Puppet Theater sim. Stay tuned!