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    About This Project

    Kink-involved people engage in atypical erotic activities such as bondage, rough sex, and fetish activities that might risk injury. However, we know very little about the rate of injury for people who engage in these activities or their healthcare experiences. Patterns of anticipated stigma, delay or avoidance of care, and concealment of kink/BDSM fit the Minority Stress Model; kink-identified people should be considered a sexual minority for the purposes of healthcare.

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