Kinky Sex, Race & Social Justice

Dr. Ali Mushtaq joins us to share his journey from a conservative upbringing to leather title holder and discusses how BDSM education can be more inclusive and justice-oriented. Some of the questions he covers includes:

  • When and why is it important to talk about race in BDSM?
  • How can we bring anti-oppression frameworks to kinky spaces?
  • How do you walk to a partner about racial inequality?
  • What is sexual racism and how does it cause harm — physically and emotionally?
  • How do power dynamics develop in relation to erotic associations?

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