The survey - which asks people about their attitudes to politics and social matters - suggests views on kinkiness
have hardened over the past decade, with 58% of people saying it should be illegal, compared with 46% in 2001.
Puff buzzes in ecstasy, and so mankind makes its leap into the fourth dimension of sex, our edge over the animals, the hotspot where freedom and stricture meet: kinkiness
And here's the eerie part, which almost seems to mimic our own kinkiness
with the Soviet texts.
Researchers who have suggested an ethnic or race bias in hair analysis have de facto used kinkiness
of hair as a race marker (Henderson et al.
Allan Gurganus mixes compassion with a touch of kinkiness
Marias's novel mixes philosophy and kinkiness
, suspense and contemplation.
Unspoken suggests some of the flow but none of the kinkiness
of punkster Michael Clark, bad boy-beautiful boy of British dance, who, although not on this tour, was still conjured up in Chris Nash's fine dance photos (shown October 22-November 22 at DIW), particularly in a stunning image of Clark against an orb of light, rows of wooden pinch clothespins studding arm and leg.
But his vile lust for corporal punishment and kinkiness
was ruled "too aggressive" by worried directors who refused his sick application.
I am more than willing to help anyone embrace their kinkiness
With its meaningful looks and lighthearted flirting, the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trailer promises to give fans a blush with a twist of kinkiness
He said: "If my body is alpha male, then I have a finger-sized kinkiness
which is Roxanne.
But I'd say I'm a heterosexual guy who likes a bit of kinkiness
But he'd told a pal on Twitter: "Glasgow is going to be a festival of kinkiness
- I plan to become pregnant and raise the lad a Scot in honour of Braveheart.
In essence, Mortified is a live show, a celebration of our teenage years, in which the performers are orators who share their previously hidden thoughts, secrets and kinkiness
with the public.