FetLife is a Social Network for BDSM, fetishism, and kink

Never before had fetishes and perversions been so popular as they are today. I do not know if it’s because the invention of the Internet has led to greater transparency and communication about the deepest sexual desires of people or because we are becoming more open and accepting more things as a society. Or maybe it’s something else. Whatever the reason, more and more people are accessing their fetishes and this is a beautiful thing to see.

Perhaps you have noticed this personal experience, where, slowly, more and more of your friends start talking about their perversions, their love of BDSM or their foot fetishism. People with fetishes of all kinds begin to meet. There has been such an increase in the number of people who openly express their perversity and fetishes that the term “fetish culture” has become almost banal. The fetish communities around the world are growing and prospering without a doubt. There are many conferences and courses to follow in major cities and more and more sites are created every day to meet the needs of fetishists.

Fetlife Fetish groups

Originally, any user could create a dedicated group about the fetish they wanted. But, as you can imagine, this eventually degenerated and therefore required a stricter moderation. In January 2017, the ability to create groups was temporarily suspended. All groups containing words such as blood, needles, rape or incest were purged from the site, then the group creation feature was reestablished, with these new limitations.

All new users are automatically enrolled in the FetLife (https://fetlifee.net/), keeping you up-to-date on new policies and sites. You can also join many other groups, such as Ask a Submitter, Ask a Mistress, Ask a Stripper, Ask a Dom, Beginners etc. In addition to being a little more group-oriented than other sites, FetLife basically acts as a normal social media site. You can add friends, chat privately, follow users, write public posts to users on their wall, post what you think, and upload photos and videos (which you can also comment and like).

The best features of social networking sites, more fun than any other

However, the site design is different from any social media site you are familiar with. It’s actually a kind of amalgam of Facebook and Tumblr. You have your wall for your friends to comment and post, as you would on Facebook. Your news feed also mimics the Facebook template.

The “Explorer” section of the site is much more like Tinder dating site (http://tinderdating.site/), however, in the way random messages appear in a gallery. This section can however be adjusted to your liking. Here you can choose to see the latest articles published in the media only by your friends and the people you follow, or browse the entire world of FetLife in sections titled “Kinky and Popular” or “Fresh and Pervy”. You also have easy access to content that you have “Liked” or, in FetLife, “Loved”, allowing you to return again and again to your favorite content.

FetLife also lets you limit this extremely useful exploration section to simple images, videos, or text. Or all three if you do not discriminate. It’s really how you want. Users also seem to publish sexy content very frequently. This means that, although FetLife is the most useful social media site for connecting to people with similar sexual desires, you can also successfully use FetLife as an unlimited source of fetish-oriented amateur pornography, if you wish . Your level of participation is, of course, your decision.

Great online community with real friends

Right next to the “Explore” tab of the menu bar is the “Groups” tab. This is where you can search (using keywords) for any new groups you would like to belong to. This is also where you will most easily follow the ongoing discussions in the groups you already belong to. You do not know which bands to join? No problem, FetLife also provides a feature that allows you to browse groups based on their popularity or novelty.

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