The Psychology of Kink: Does relational trauma impact interest in BDSM? (academic research)

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The Psychology of Kink: Does relational trauma impact interest in BDSM? (academic research)

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Hi i'm looking for people interested in furthering the understanding of kink and BDSM related sexual preferences to be participants in an academic survey. I feel like there is a lack of sex-positive research around BDSM/kink/fetish and would thus love people who are passionate about kink to have their voices heard. I would love to hear opinions on the topic in general. The survey is completely anonymous and has had ethical approval from Queen Margaret University's ethics board.

If you are interested in the topic please participate through the link below:
https://run.pavlovia.org/pavlovia/surve ... 1b8d199111

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Re: The Psychology of Kink: Does relational trauma impact interest in BDSM? (academic research)

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Link doesn't work

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Didn’t work for me either

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Lisa9019 wrote: 24 Mar 2024, 11:06Link doesn't work
ducttapelover wrote: 24 Mar 2024, 23:20Didn’t work for me either
I get an error saying, "the experiment is inactive", which given that this was posted back at the start of February, isn't really a surprise.

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