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What is Consensual Non-Consent

Updated: May 8

Consensual non-consent, also known as "forced consent," is a type of sexual role-play where participants engage in non-consensual sexual activities with the understanding that the acts are being performed with the consent of all parties involved. It's important to note that this type of role-play should only be engaged in by individuals who have a clear and mutual understanding of the limits and boundaries involved.

There are several different types of consensual non-consent scenarios that individuals may engage in, including:

  1. Power exchange: One partner takes on a dominant role and the other a submissive role. The submissive partner consents to being "forced" or "coerced" into sexual acts.

  2. Kidnapping or abduction: One partner consents to being "kidnapped" or "abducted" and then "forced" into sexual acts.

  3. Police or prison scenarios: One partner takes on the role of a police officer or prison guard and the other a criminal or prisoner, with the latter consenting to being "forced" into sexual acts.

  4. Domestic or BDSM scenarios: One partner consents to being "forced" into sexual acts within the context of a BDSM or domestic discipline scenario.

It's important to note that while consensual non-consent may seem exciting or appealing in theory, it can also be physically and emotionally dangerous for all parties involved. It's important to engage in open and honest communication with your partner(s) about your sexual desires and boundaries and to make sure that everyone is comfortable with the activities being engaged in.

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