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Dating is a ritual of denial and deniability—a trail leading toward sex in which sex is ignored or hushed at every turn.In some ways, a dating site based on particular sexual preferences might be a fantastic mercy.Dating services that move beyond gay, straight, bisexual, and into a pull-down menu of exact events, occurrences, and accessories may be exactly how people accustomed to online shopping at three in the morning from the comfort of their living room naturally proceed in the realm of sex and love. I should come right out and say that I’ve never used any of the tools I write about here.Not because they don’t cater to my particular sexual interests—they do.

I have encountered several men with fetishes, some of which I never even knew existed. Eventually, when it came time to have sex, he asked something that shocked me: He wanted to have sex with my armpit. At the end of the day you should never do something you really don't want to do, regardless of how much you care about someone.

I’ve never used any online dating resources because I’m terrified of running into any of my exes on the Internet more than I already do.

So instead of signing up myself, I spoke to a number of friends who use both these sites and also more conventional social media and dating websites. By and large, I was informed that it was incorrect to think of these sites—specifically Fet Life, by far the largest, most popular, most visible BDSM-centric social media website—as dating sites. Finding sexual partners was a happy accident and in fact an unlikely one.

Fet Life, on the other hand, which presents itself in terms of sex, actually functions as a social tool.

One friend said it was much more accurate to compare Fet Life to a shared activity or shared interest network, a site where Steampunk enthusiasts or skydivers meet.

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