BDSM Blog Hop

This hop is intended to show the positive side and truth about BDSM. To quote Vicktor Alexander during planning, "We're like the anti-50 Shades of Gray pro-BDSM blog hop."

Please note the rules:

Any posts MUST be sex-positive and show BDSM and the kink community in a positive light. If you have never participated in, been part of, or even researched BDSM, it's probably best if you contact one of the organizers before signing up.

Discussion can be anything you want related to BDSM as long as it does not encourage any of the misconceptions showing BDSM as abuse or (non-consensual) violence against another person.

Giveaways are encouraged (though not mandatory--I know not everyone has something to give) and you MUST include either the hop script (which will be sent out before the hop begins) OR a link to the general hop post (not created yet, will also be sent before the hop). Wordpress.com does NOT allow scripts, so you must use the link. I don't know about blogspot/blogger or any of the other sites. Wordpress.org will depend on your webhost. If you have trouble, let me know and I'll do my best to help.

Lastly, when it's finished, I will email the hop badge to put on your blog or website. (I won't make this mandatory, either, but the more it's out there the more people will see it and come back for the hop.)

Questions can be left in the form below or emailed directly to me at duncan.grace.r (at) gmail (dot) com.

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    Please note, I did not specify a trans* category in here. If your story includes trans* main characters, I am simply assuming (I know, assuming is *bad*, go with me, here) that they would fit into one (or more) of the categories above, based on how they currently present. (I.e., M/F if they are female-presenting/using female pronouns and are with a male.) It is NOT intended to exclude anyone specifically.
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