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Have a BDSM Community Spirit You Can Be Proud Of

Well, you did it. You finally took the steps necessary-you found a munch, made friends, joined a dungeon and it happened. You fell in love. Not with a certain someone, but with your community. It happens to a lot of us lifestylers. We immerse ourselves in our dungeon, our dungeon friends, “our world.” Then, we fall in love with the community.

For some of us, this love is like a crush. It is intense yet fades over time. For others, it is the beginning of a true love that will last for years. I have friends who have “given back” from their early days and still have just as much to give, even after years have brought new faces, new locations, and new personal relationships. I also have friends who, gave back strongly at first, then time and other demands gradually pulled them away from the public scene. Neither scenario is bad, life happens.

Ok, now what? What do you do when you find that you do have a love for your community? If you are like me, you give back. I have always believed that we should support those who support us; that we should support our passions. From the moment I was a teenager, I have “given back.” I have worked with groups including, but not limited to, Camp Smile-A-Mile, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Birmingham Area Metropolitan Arts Council.

When I entered the BDSM community for two and a half years. She is the Special Events Coordinator for The Red Chair in Birmingham and is a greeter on LaneyDoll.

Author Since: Jul 26, 2018

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