Where can we found your main blog?



Sorry, I’m about to get real …
I have reservations about sharing my main blog here, since the reason for me to start the second one was to avoid my IRL friends, who follow the main blog, finding out about my … interests.
I’ve witnessed conversations about unusual kinks, fetishes and paraphilias in my group of friends, and to say that it doesn’t feel very welcoming would be an euphemism … it’s only been a few days since I started this secondary blog but my experience here’s been so liberating to me … not to mention how positive the reaction has been from the community .
Thanks to all of you !
I just don’t feel ready to share my main blog yet, sorry.

I feel the same way. I have more kinky friends IRL than I expected, but I have only shared my blog with very few. 

It’s okay to want to keep that boundary in place indefinitely. It’s okay to protect yourself. It’s okay to have a kinky life online that helps you celebrate a side of yourself that you need to keep separate. We all contain multitudes, and not all the multitudes need to touch each other.

You deserve happiness and freedom and a safe haven for your creative expression. Find your own liberation in whatever way you can. 

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