While the world of kink and BDSM is far from new, the language we use to discuss it is constantly evolving and growing while we gain a better understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Kink Positive educator Ignixia Roberts has created an updated (and updatable) glossary of kinky terminology
- What was once a binary system with assumed roles based on gender, we now have fluidity and questions before assumption, or at least we’re doing what we can to help that shift so that all consenting adults are included rather than shamed or outcast because they don’t fit the mold.
- This dictionary, the “Kinktionary,” is created with this positive growth in mind. A dictionary that updates our old definitions while also providing space for new words and phrases as you come across them.
- Every section has designated space so you can continue to update definitions as they change, add new words that may be added to our lexicon, and watch your dictionary grow along with you.
- Newbies fear not, with over 400 words and phrases contained in “Kinktionary” you’re sure to start with a solid foundation for your kink journey.
- Already an experienced kinkster? Keep “Kinktionary” on hand for quick reference material and add to it to your heart’s content.
- So, get out your favorite pens, start clipping images of your favorite gear or inspiration for play you love, this isn’t your standard school dictionary; in this book you’re encouraged to write, draw, scribble, and make it your own!
- 145 pages; softcover 2020
- Two print versions of this book exist: One in standard text format; the other in bold text especially printed for dyslexic readers