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Debate Score:31
Arguments:25
Total Votes:35
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Should bondage sex be considered 'normal' in society?

Now everyone likes the good ol' bondage night with their partner. However it is still considered extreme. I think that, like homosexuality, bondage is merely something that people are scared of because they don't understand. If it was just introduced more into the media, then society would accept it.

 

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Side Score: 22
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No

Side Score: 9
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I just checked your reward points... thanks for all the DV's Mic. ;)

Side: Yes
2 points

Bringing back all your troll account Mic?

Side: Yes
2 points

I THOUGHT IT WAS NORMAL

OH CRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP

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Side: Yes
1 point

BDSM FTW!

Side: Yes
1 point

If Christianity is against it, then I'm for it.

Side: Yes
Hellno(17716) Disputed
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Ahhh... what a coincidence... Mic, the new Chaffy and now Mors777 all re-appear around the same time. But of course, you didn't want your new PresChaffy to take the hit for the down-votes so you logged in as Mors to down-vote me. Sooooo predictable.

Side: No
PresChaffy(172) Disputed
1 point

Please stop following me. I will report you. I have no idea who Mors is or who Mic is.

Leave me alone.

Side: Yes
wardogninja(1789) Clarified
1 point

This sounds a lot like what Q used to do..................................................................................

Side: Yes

If that is your fetish, then sure, go ahead.

But don't actually tie an unwilling person up and rape them, just roleplay.

Side: Yes
1 point

More you need to be off here! You created more damage to me and anyone else so please mic confess that you have multiple accounts and then Andy can delete them. We don't trolls like you on here.

Side: Yes
2 points

Srom, rise above mate, and move on.

As Jesus taught "turn the other cheek"

Side: Yes
1 point

In this case, those cheeks are exposed via assless leather chaps.

Side: Yes
1 point

Is it not normal? What the hell is normal anyway? Is debating on the internet on a website with a dedicated and usually peaceable community normal?

Side: Yes
1 point

Theres nothing wrong with a bit of bondage, the thing is there are a lot of people in the BDSM community who quite enjoy the fact that it is'nt and some of the clubs i've been to thrive on the fact that it's not accepted as being "normal", to all those that immediately jump and say eww its wrong I say dont knock it till you've tried it

Side: Yes
1 point

...I don't care. As long as all adults have consented. It is their sex life, not mine.

Side: Yes
1 point

The whole concept is disgusting.

Side: No
ricedaragh(2500) Disputed
1 point

What's so disgusting about it?

Side: Yes
Axmeister(4317) Disputed
1 point

The idea that someone could fuel their lust in such a fashion. Harnessing their sense in some sort of erotic manner to maximise the pleasure they get.

I genuinely had to research the topic to understand what the debate was about. Some of the practices in 'bondage sex' are beyond normal.

Side: No
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I personally have nothing against bondage sex, although I confess I've never tried it.

But should it be considered "normal"? No, not because there is anything inherently wrong, but because sex, by definition, is the act of reproduction and copulation without any tools or toys involved.

My thinking runs similar to how anal sex or masturbation, although it provides basically the same thing, isn't considered normal sex. Of course, I'd love to see good points on why I am wrong.

Side: No

Depends on how it's introduced to society in an attempt to make it 'normal'. The only method I can think of is through the media...

Couples should certainly not be discriminated against because they have a fetish they share with each other, but nobody should be questioning their bedroom antics in the first place.

This is not like the issue homosexuals have. Sexuality and fetishes are not the same thing. One defines a person, because one has a MASSIVE effect on an individual's life. Thus, homosexuals HAVE to present themselves to society, because society actively revolves around defining characteristics of human nature, which includes love and fornication (preferably in that order), both of which are determined by sexuality.

But fetishes? Those are not relevant to personality. They're quirks. Everyone has quirks. You are normal for it. There is no need for anyone to mention this as a work of mass-enlightenment. It's the business of two partners, and it should be kept that way. If it's flaunted in a negative light, people will actively try and find people who enjoy bondage and discriminate against them, and then a counter-culture will form and work against them, contributing to the chaos. If it's presented in a positive light, people will loose their inhibitions that give them a sense of decency, and thus will behave more irresponsibly to a degree, which of course, will form a counter-culture that will work against them, thus contributing to the chaos.

Either way, it would cause unnecessary headache.

To sum it up, it should not be considered either 'normal' or 'abnormal'; it shouldn't be considered anything at all by anyone, except for the two consenting adults that practice it in privacy.

There's no need for society as a whole to have any opinion of it.

Side: No