Items From Childhood You Didn’t Know Were Gateways To BDSM

August 10, 2019 by , featured in Pop Culture
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Most people are under the impression that they got into BDSM the old fashioned way: Pornhub. However, child development specialists just came out with a recent study that suggests certain items from your childhood are what actually sparked that sadomasochistic flame within your loins. So here’s the items from your childhood that were most probably your gateway to BDSM!

Slap Bracelets

Ah, yes, the slap bracelet. AKA your intro to masochism. Who would ever have guessed that feeling pain could hurt so good? They gave a whole new meaning to “Hit Me Baby One More Time.”

Operation

 

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Shocking yourself on purpose while playing Operation was your gateway to a lot of kinky stuff later in life. Not to mention you still enjoy playing doctor all these years later.

Lawn Darts 

These unmistakably phallic rods of death weren’t just your favorite toy on a sunny day—they were 100% establishing a link between pain and excitement in your brain. You especially liked being the target.

Razor Scooters

Taking a Razor Scooter to the ankle was the original hickey. You wore those little ankle love bites with pride.

Bop-It

Did you secretly get a huge rush while using a Bop-It? Newsflash: That was your first foray into a dom-sub relationship.

Skip-It

Wiping out on your Skip-It brought you closer to God.

Sliding Down a Hot Metal Slide

You loved the feel of your burning butt cheeks in summer, didn’t you? Now, you’re into fire play. Go figure.

Anything With a Choking Hazard

Duh.

Any gateways to BDSM that we missed?

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