A great place for advice about BDSM. Have an issue in your kinky relationship? Looking to break into the scene? Want to know more about a specific technique? Think you have a fetish, but don't know what to call it? You're not alone. You got questions. We got answers. Ask away.
Welcome. This is a place for dominant women, and all those who get butterflies around them, to discuss anything related to Femdom. It is not a personals site, nor a place to swap graphic images, etc. This is a community of like-minded and curious people sharing ideas, experiences, and perspectives.
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Welcome to Ladyboners Gone Wild. This is a place for sexy guys to strut their stuff. The subscribers here are really supportive and more dude-appreciative than /r/GoneWild, and we're more accepting of self-posts and NSFW than the original LadyBoners. Please **Read the rules before submitting,** Our rules are what define us and help create the awesome environment that is LBGW! So if you're a sexy guy, come on in and *get wild*!