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When it comes to sex there are limitless ways for humans to become aroused, both mentally and physically, from extremely broad to very specific. With these kinks and fetishes come risks, both emotional and physical. It is important to abide by these principals to keep your kinky sex healthy.

In bondage there are two common principals that lay the foundation for all bondage relationships and activities. They are:

SSC (Safe, Sane & Consensual)Safe: Attempts should be made to identify and prevent risks to health

Sane: Activities should be undertaken in a sane and sensible frame of mind.

Consensual: All activities should involve the full consent of all parties involved.

RACK (Risk-Aware Consensual Kink)RACK is an acronym used by some of the BDSM community to describe a philosophical view that is generally permissive of certain risky sexual behaviors, as long as the participants are fully aware of the risks.

RACK is best described by a deconstruction of the acronym:

Risk-aware: Both or all partners are well-informed of the risks involved in the proposed activity.

Consensual: In light of those risks, both or all partners have, of sound mind, offered preliminary consent to engage in said activity.

Kink: Said activity can be classified as alternative sex.

While “Safe, Sane and Consensual” (SSC) attempts to describe and differentiate BDSM from abuse in ways that are easy for the non-BDSM public to comprehend, RACK differs from it in that it acknowledges that nothing is ever 100% inherently safe. By acknowledging that what may be safe or sane to one person may not be considered the same to another, the RACK philosophy tends to be more inclusive of activities that others may consider as edgeplay. There is no “safe” or “not safe” within RACK, only “safer” and “less safe.”

These guiding terms can be practiced in spaces where bondage is embraced, offering people a chance to explore their sexuality and kinky desires. No matter which principal you choose to use – one point is universal and paramount: RESPECT.

It is important to have an open discussion before engaging in any type of bondage play to establish limits and boundaries, as well as a safe word. It is the understood that all activity and roles are to end once the safe word is spoken.