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Doesn't appear to have much BDSM relevance as it stands, except for the links... AnonMoos (talk) 18:27, 21 August 2012 (BST)

I'm sure I've said this before. Articles here do not need to be "of BDSM relevance". The main page says clearly that "Wipipedia is a (sic) on-line encyclopaedia of all things fetish and SM". There are many articles with no BDSM references. Will you query Zoophilia or AIDS for example? Some info is needed to explain the linked articles. You could copy it into those articles, but it would be unnecessary repetition.--Markova (talk) 22:52, 22 August 2012 (BST)
It kind of does need to be BDSM-relevant (though not always in a manner in which BDSM is directly-mentioned in the article). AIDS is a health/biology-related article (like "Penis" etc.), as well as a warning about possible negative consequences article (see also "Female genital mutilation" etc.). If "fairy" is purely about fairy-tale winged creatures in child-oriented depictions in mainstream culture, with no explanation as to why anyone would connect them in any way with sexuality, then it's a little problematic... AnonMoos (talk) 19:32, 25 August 2012 (BST)

I am very surprised by this. Where is the BDSM in most of the clothing articles, such as bikini, stockings or miniskirt? I am unconvinced by the arguments that AIDS is in any way BDSM related and note that AnonMoos does not pretend that zoophilia is. Anyway, I have tried to give a more fetish slant to the article.--Catsuit (talk) 13:03, 26 August 2012 (BST)

AIDS is something which can go wrong as a result of sexual scenes, and so fits in with our sexual-health-related and safety tips type articles. And many people have highly sexualized associations with bikinis, stockings, and miniskirts. Bondage art of ca. the 1940s (Bill Ward etc.) almost always shows the women wearing stockings, often with the stocking tops one of the focuses of attention.. AnonMoos (talk) 13:24, 26 August 2012 (BST)
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