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Who You Should Come Out As Kinky To First

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You love to fly your freak flag high and let everyone know what you’re into, right? Or maybe you’re more reserved about your sexual proclivities and like to keep things under wraps. For those of us with unique and kinky interests, it can be confusing to choose whom to talk about our personal lives with first.

Unless you work in the sex industry in some regard, it’s probably best to keep your personal sex life out of the workplace. At work, people come from all sorts of different backgrounds and it’s hard to tell how Jane who works down the hall and keeps a bible in her desk would react. So, for drama, keep things on the down low in the work place.

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For families, it’s usually best to keep the gory sexual details away from the prying ears of parents and grandparents… and aunts, uncles and the like. They don’t want to think of their precious darlings going off and gallivanting in any regard, let alone spanking and tying people up for sexual fune! The time to tell family members is when you’ve met that special someone and you want to have a unique ceremony to celebrate your BDSM love like a collaring ceremony.

“I never told my parents about my lifestyle until I knew I wanted to collar Jason as my sub,” says Yasmin, a Domme who is an editor at Find a Femdom. “I wanted to have a special ceremony, and it was kind of like a wedding so I wanted my family to be there. I explained to them about our very unique relationship — but I left out all of the sex stuff. They didn’t really get it, but they came anyway to support Jason and me.”

The safest people to gossip about your BDSM play sessions are definitely your friends. Hopefully they accept you for who you are, and maybe they are already part of your local BDSM scene.

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