BDSM vs Abuse

This Friday morning, I heard that Fifty shade of Grey the movie was shows today. Most news shows were hyping it or was curious about BDSM. Some groups are boycotting the movie because that abuse and trying get for cause of domestic abuse. I personally know the different between BDSM and abuse and I see kinkier sex on bound-god than in movie.

BDSM is a variety of erotic practices involving dominance and submission, role-playing, restraint, and other interpersonal dynamics. The term comes from three other acronyms:

B&D: which stands for bondage and discipline

D/s: which stands for dominance and submission

S&M: which stands for sadism and masochism

BDSM isn't a clinical term universally used by medical or health care professionals; it’s more often a term used by people to describe their own sexual practices, and sometimes used by others to denounce the way others choose to have sex.
There isn't one accepted definition for BDSM. A very general one might be that BDSM is a form of sexual expression that involves the willing and consensual exchange of power. Notice that the definition is “sexual expression” and not just sexual activities. A lot of people who engage in BDSM talk about the fact that most of it happens in your mind, and often the sexual activities you can see are the least interesting aspect of the action. 
Some of which may be engaged in by people who do not consider themselves as practicing BDSM, inclusion in the BDSM community or subculture is usually dependent on self-identification and shared experience. Interest in BDSM can range from one-time experimentation to a lifestyle.
An example of BDSM might be using a pair of business ties to tie your partner to a bed post during sex to elaborate scenarios of dominance and submission that include role play, edging, costumes, leather, and days of preparation (and often no intercourse at all).
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