|Define KinkyPage 3 of 3 (1, 2, 3)|
|Quite simply, kinky is defined by one's REFUSING partner. If one requests a certain performance or behavior as a sexual or pleasurable act and the other partner refuses, that act is "kinky".|
If an act is performed AND enjoyed by BOTH partners in a given relationship, then by **MY** definition that act is NOT kinky.
You may have noticed that my definition of "kinky" extends to TWO partners in a given relationship. I make NO mention of a THREE-party or more relationship OR orgies, things that **I** consider "kinky" and therefore beyond my reach of being enjoyable.
Msg: 4 -- Your definition of kinky is non-consensual?
**MY** definition of "kinky" **IS** a non-consensual act. If BOTH
parties find pleasure in a given act, it is NOT kinky. It may be
"out-of-the-ordinary" or "not-mainstream", but if the act results in
PLEASURE for ALL involved, it is NOT "kinky".
YOUR description of "Missionary Position", IMHO, **IS** kinky by **MY** definition, NAMELY, the ACT was NOT enjoyed by ALL involved.