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BDSM existed long before the internet and is worldwide. BDSM practitioners insist on consent. They teach you safe bdsm play. They also teach you to report abuse and help the abused.
They seek out existing local groups. No, they will not tell you they go. Who wants to be on the ND nightly news in a drama? It is what they do in their private lives without drama.
It is a personal interest. They do it with the consent of all involved. It is a personal choice they made both dominants and submissives. If there is a rogue group, other than her husband, afoot in ND breaking bones and using blow torches, then they need to be found and arrested.
There is no place for that inhumanity in anyones live.
This is far from the norm or expected practice in bdsm. I have never heard of it anywhere in the USA as part of a group.
But now some are worried because of the news report. The BDSM group want to know if an unknown rogue group is hiding among them preying on submisisves. In my opinion, if the rogue group is real they have a reason to worry. Information should be giving to the police by the News station to keep any of their members from being prey to these monsters.
Please consider it for public safety. If you have evidence of a crime give it to the police, now! It is my understanding that there is a small bdsm group in the area but there is also an active swingers group. They are entirely different from each other. Based solely on the information in the News broadcast, all of us agree that this woman was treated horribly wrong.
This is not what the lifestyle is about.
If reported accurately by the News station, she suffered domestic abuse. He should be arrested. I hope he has been.
Lets face it; if you know or suspect abuse; report it. If you are receiving this abuse; get out and seek help. This is NOT what this lifestyle is about. Yes, he was an abusive husband and his practices were psychopathic as I understand the term to mean.
That is not the same as being into BDSM. This fool is sick. YES, abuse exist in America. Abuse is in the BDSM community and throughout our culture. You name a place, and some form of abuse has been found in the past and will again in the future.
Your active community is not into forced abuse of anyone. I believe that he suffers a extreme sadistic mental illness. His behavior reeks of it. That is not BDSM and never has been.
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