«Vanilla» hasn’t for ages been a put-down
«Those of us that have various . notions of sensuality and eroticism are simply just dismissed. The pejorative word beingword that is pejorative ‘vanilla,’ which can be ironically, probably the most sensual aromas.” – Andrea Dworkin.
“I wish BDSM people would stop talking about me personally as ‘vanilla.’ A derogatory name that implies they’re all prudish bores?” – Anonymous, commenter on Bitch if you’re making the case that everyone should be free to do what they like without being judged, why call non-BDSM people.
When we bemoan the oversexualization of culture, should we additionally be worried about the kinkification of tradition?
As BDSM blogger Clarisse Thorn writes, «Being a feminist that is sex-positive we stress that other females will read could work and it’ll increase their performance anxiety . it will lead other ladies to feel just like, ‘Gosh, is this one thing liberated sex-positive females do? Is this one thing i will be doing?» Compliment of a prescriptive news, your competition to be obtaining the many out-there, kinky, freaky, dirty intercourse keeps escalating, with «Ultimate Perv» engraved in the champion’s medal.