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[–] ByzantineOtter 27 points Edited

I absolutely hate the phrase "don't yuck someone else's yum".

Think about just how disgusting (and even criminally disgusting) some people are, and tell me again I'm not allowed to say "yuck". Fuck that.

Edit: And that's not even getting into how discordant that childish wording is when put next to the subject matter at hand. Gross in itself.

I absolutely hate the phrase "don't yuck someone else's yum".

I feel the same way about it as people used to about the word "moist".

It’s amazing and damn frightening how many people (mostly men) get set the fuck off whenever someone looks at their precious fetish through a critical lens.

I’m loosely affiliated with the so called ‘fetish community’ in my city because most of them are also really in the art scene and all of them have serious fucking issues. They’re not all bad people on a personal level, but they are all very sick people. Keep in mind that these are not people who like to occasionally play around with feathers or suck toes, they’re people who have made fetish a fundamental part of their whole identity, and who can not have any type of sexual intimacy without incorporating their fetish. When you criticize their fetish or any fetish they take it as a personal attack.

If you ever wanna make a post about this I’d read it out of morbid curiosity

It’s amazing and damn frightening how many people (mostly men) get set the fuck off whenever someone looks at their precious fetish through a critical lens.

I’ve noticed this too. They get so enraged over it. They take even a polite disagreement about their fetishes so personally. They’re usually the type of guy to demand women do things sexually that they’re uncomfortable with.

So what are your kinks and are you okay for being shamed for them? You say you don't have any? Right. I'm sure you don't have an accent either.

Imagine being so far down the kink rabbithole that you think it's impossible to simply like intimacy with another person without any of that nonsense.

But then again I've also been told I have a pretty light accent in my native language so maybe I'm just a super special snowflake or something.

That person needs to touch grass and stop watching porn. I’ve never seen anyone act so self-righteous over their creepy fetish being questioned.

Well, they take anything and call it a kink now. Oh, you like to have your partner say nice, loving things to you? You have a praise kink. You and your partner once had sex in the living room instead of the bedroom? You’re an exhibitionist. You’re sometimes on top of your male partner? Oh, well you’re a femdom and he’s a sub. It’s ridiculous.

I didn’t get the point of the accent

[–] GenderHeretic 3 points Edited

He's trying to get the reader to associate criticising fetishes with racism.

Oh, of course

And not letting pervs into rape centers is also like clubbing baby seals

“Just because YOU don’t enjoy it, doesn’t mean others don’t. There’s a difference between not liking someone else’s kinks, and shaming them for having them. Don’t yuck other people’s yums. It’s no different than someone liking tuna, it’s not my thing but I’m not gonna make fun of people for liking tuna.”

Kink shaming makes me 🫦😩😮‍💨 so unfortunately it’s beyond questioning. Nothing gets me 💦 like yucking yums on public forums 😈 If you question it, well you need therapy / you’re a hypocrite

I'm all for letting someone's private bedroom activities be private, but that's the thing. Keep it private. If you drag it out and let everyone know don't complain if they tell you it's gross.