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View From The Top: We Don’t Need A Safeword

"I’m not saying the only time you should play with safewords is in consensual non-consent. But to me, it’s the only time they’re really necessary." The post View From The Top: We Don’t Need A Safeword appeared first on Autostraddle.
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