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(Being a decent human being accounts for the other 110 percent*.) Because if you aren't showing up in kink spaces—online or IRL—your fellow kinksters won't be able to find or bind you. "The leather scene is a diverse place with tons of outlets and avenues, depending on how you navigate your life and learn," said Amp from Watts the Safeword (wattsthesafeword.com), a kink and sex-ed website and You Tube channel.
"When I was first getting started, I found a local leather contingent that held monthly bar nights and discussion groups that taught classes for kinksters at any level.
It provided an easy way into the community, and it helped me meet new people, make new friends, and find trustworthy play partners.
If you're a tad shy and work better online, these contingents have Facebook groups or Fet Life pages you can join.
And You Tube has a channel for everyone in the kink spectrum from gay to straight to trans to nonbinary and beyond!
" "is a great option for gay men," said Metal from the gay male bondage website Metalbond
"It's a site where you can create a profile, window-shop for a play buddy, and 'check his references.' Even better, if you can, go to a public event like IML, MAL, or CLAW, or to a play party like the New York Bondage Club, where you can participate in a monitored space with other people around, or just watch the action.
Don't forget the motto 'safe, sane, and consensual,' and be sure to have a safe word!
And if you do want to explore bondage, take precautions.
Never get tied up in your own home by someone you don't know.