Kinky Links

Here are some links to start with, but we would like you to add your own favourites too. So, please feel free to add via 'Comment'.

If you have any comments about the content here please contact either myself (Aidan BiZarre) or one of the Admins. - Kinky version of Facebook, and a great way to get in touch with the local and international kink & fetish communities. Oh, and it's free too... - Southwark Lesbian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Network (Southwark LGBT Network) is an unincorporated association founded in 2002. Its purpose is to build and strengthen LGBT communities in Southwark so as to improve the quality of life of LGBT people who live, work, study or socialise in Southwark and reduce our vulnerability to hate crime, harassment and discrimination. - From the beginning of 2009 it has been illegal for anyone in England and Wales to possess an “extreme” image, even if the activity it depicts is legal. This site monitors implementation of the law and provides sources of advice for many otherwise law abiding citizens inadvertently caught up in this. Backlash supports the right to consensual adult human pornography, and the repeal of section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008. - Gingerbeer is your local area information guide for the lesbian and bisexual women’s community listing events, bars & clubs, community groups, sports clubs, professional services, and much more. Plus live chat and forums mean you can connect to other women in the Gingerbeer community. - A very valuable resource! Talks & informs about what it says on the box... - Find active swingers and fetishists, living in the UK, UK swinger clubs, party organisers and fetish clubs with full profile including weekly parties & events, prices and photos. - BDSM-related blog by the creator of 'Informed Consent'. - Consenting Adult Action Network is a network of individuals and organisations fighting for the freedom of adults to view, or engage in consensual activities in private. We want to reclaim our human rights to privacy and self expression and to be allowed a lifestyle, or sexuality of our own choosing. - The Trust was set up in 1995 in the wake of the Spanner case to manage the monies raised in the UK, Europe and the USA for the defendants' appeal to the European Court of Human Rights. The objectives of the Trust are now primarily to advocate and lobby for a change in the UK law with regard to consensual sadomasochistic activity. The Trustees are SM practitioners of standing within the fetish communities - gay, lesbian or heterosexual. - Feminists Against Censorship was formed in 1989 by a group of long-time feminist academics and campaigners who wished to fight censorship from a feminist perspective. - The Sexual Freedom Coalition brings together all the groups campaigning for sexual freedom, to form a united force. We also campaign ourselves when we feel this is necessary, and speak out for sexual freedom at every opportunity. We actively challenge the Home Office, governments, religion, police and press for the sexual freedom of all consenting adults. - Since 1997, this site has provided information for people interested in BDSM and/or dominant/submissive explorations, lifestyle and activities. - BDSM terminology. - Web site for non-judgmental sex information focussed on kink. - aim to support lesbian and bisexual SM-ers through meetings and play parties. We welcome all women who live full-time as women, and FTM, genderqueer and intersexed persons who feel that they still have links to the women’s community.

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