‘A certain evolution’: a phenomenological study of 24/7 BDSM and negotiating consent

  title={‘A certain evolution’: a phenomenological study of 24/7 BDSM and negotiating consent},
  author={Cory J. Cascalheira and Amy Thomson and Liam Wignall},
  journal={Psychology and Sexuality},
BDSM as a full-time lifestyle is stigmatized and underexamined as a phenomenon. Previous studies have investigated 24/7 sadomasochism (SM), 24/7 dominance and submission (D/s), or total power excha... 
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