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Most people's sex lives could be charitably described as "vanilla" - which is totally fine! But if you clicked on this story, I'm going to assume you're flirting with the idea of introducing something spicier.

The world of BDSM isn't just for leather festishists and 50 Shades fans: anybody can get involved - and they totally should. Here's everything you need to know about getting acquainted with the kinkier side of carnal pleasure.

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BDSM stands for Bondage & Discipline (BD), Domination & Submission (DS) and Sadism & Masochism (SM). The layers of coercion, consent, pleasure and pain are as complex as the acronym itself and defined by the participants themselves.

What goes on in private between consenting adults is typically no one else's business - but it can present problematic demarcations in the law of assault. So what does our legal system have to say about so-called "hard" sadomasochistic acts? Let's find out.

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Doctor's visits can be awkward, especially when getting the care you need requires divulging details about your sex life. Everybody needs a doctor they can trust, but that's especially important if you're likely to show up with injuries that may be hard to explain.

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Thanks to 50 Shades, there are a lot couples getting stuck in bondage rope and chafing their wrists in metal handcuffs. You need the proper bondage equipment to prevent yourself from an embarrassing trip to the ER. The Sportsheets Under The Bed Restraint System (around $50 at its cheapest in Australia) is the perfect tool for the job.