Get Your Freak On: There’s A Tinder For Kinky BDSM People Now

by 3 years ago

Are you getting bored with the girls that you meet Tinder? Maybe they are a little too vanilla in the sack for your sexual tastes. Great news, there’s a new app that let’s you get your rocks off with other like-minded BDSM enthusiasts!

Whether it’s because Fifty Shades of Grey is so hot right now and it has brought BDSM to the mainstream or because people are just more open about their sexuality, the doors have swung open for an app that specializes in S&M. It is called “Whiplr,” and it is a a location-based app much like Tinder, but it hooks up kinky individuals up with each other who may enjoy things like erotic humiliation.

Here’s the description from iTunes:

Connect with people who share your fetishes and kinks (such as for fashion, accessories, sounds, etc.) discreetly and anonymously with Whiplr. Chat, send photos or video-chat securely – all in one user-friendly app. Download today and embark on your personal “Fifty Shades of Grey” journey!

Don’t worry, unlike Tinder, it doesn’t link to your Facebook or share personal information. So nobody will know that you are the kinky sex stallion that loves cock and ball torture.

The provocative app allows users to specify which kind of kinks they’re into. Whiplr has “kink categories” such as “fashion,” “objects,” “behavior,” “materials,” “accessories,” and “sounds.” So if you’re into pegging, it will find a gal who’s down for plugging your love holes.

Whiplr is available on iOS and Android. It offers free video chats, calls, and real-time messaging with other individuals who also appreciate boot worship, trampling or scrotal inflation (Don’t look that one up). The free version allows users to search profiles and have access to messaging, voice calls, video chat and “animated Sparks.” The app also offers a paid subscription, called Dekadom, which gives users unlimited access and all the pony slave play you desire.

“I think the genius of Fifty Shades was that it tapped into something that was already happening,” Daniel Sevitt, Whiplr’s chief communications officer said. “People were starting to feel more comfortable expressing their curiosity about BDSM and other kinks and Fifty Shades took one aspect of the fantasy life – handsome, dominant male meets beautiful, virgin submissive – and brought it into bookstores and now the multiplex.”

So what are you still doing reading this? Bust out your nipple clamps, think of a nifty new safe word and get out there.


[DailyDot]


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