Monthly Archives: November 2016

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Controversial Kink Series: Consensual Non-Consent

Consensual Non-Consent or “CNC” is one of the more controversial forms of interaction that exists in BDSM/kink lifestyles and circles. The basic definition is that a person gives explicit consent for another person or group to do whatever they wish to the consenting party. There are various levels to this sort of thing that range from play to full-on ‘ownership’ of one person to another. Types of CNC: CNC in Play – This is where […]

Cuff-Link Staff Q&A and a Couple of Polls

It’s been a while since we’ve done a staff Q&A for the benefit of the users, but we figured it’s time again. Among answering whatever questions you want, any subject allowed, we are tossing around ideas to implement a couple of features as well, so we’d like to use the announcement of a Q&A session in #cuff-link to also get your input and views on whether we should bother with the new features. But first! […]

Consensual Non-Consent, Safewords, and Overall Safety

Cuff-Link strives to be a safe place for the lifestyle community to interact with one another, which includes emphasis on personal responsibility and attempting to keep predators out of the community. Because of the nature of some BDSM and kink play, it’s important to address several factors to help everyone have a safe place to play. Intent and Consent This applies to Cuff-Link specifically and the world in general. Some use Cuff-Link strictly as an […]