We all have a kink.
Okay, maybe not—but it doesn’t hurt to try out one or two. Now I am not afraid to say I have a few in the closet—yes there are things in my closet, no do not go in there. Even the Devil himself would blush. Many people are afraid to try kinks, because they think it means you have to dress in all leather and get spanked. Some people only picture the movie “50 Shades of Grey,” which isn’t the best place to learn about kinks.
First thing you should know is the definition of “kink.” A kink is a person’s unusual sexual preference. That is all! Nothing super raunchy, just unusual. It can be as simple as holding someone’s hands while doing it, having someone nibble on your ear or one of the two most common kinks: feet or spanking. No matter what your kink is, you should embrace it in a legal, consensual, and trusting way. When it comes to kinks and Bondage, Domination, Submission, and Masochism (BDSM), you should always have consent and trust in who you are doing it with, more so if you are going really far down the rabbit hole. Be sure to have a safe word, too!
We are in college and in the best time of our lives, so if you have ever had that itch, a little interest in being tied up, using toys, or roleplay, find someone you trust and talk to them about it. They might be interested in the same thing you’re looking for, or would like to try something of their own. Because deep down there are kinks inside of all of us, and it is all just waiting to be brought out.