Research in psychology and women's studies
"The changing American family" by Natalie Angier at The New York Times.
"Area residents divided on 'Fifty Shades of Grey'" by Adam Poulisse at the Daily Chronicle.
"Working notes: On music as a feel-good pill, advice for wellness programs, and a dignity studies learning collaboration" by David Yamada at Minding the Workplace.
"BDSM communities are less rapey than the general population" by Steven Blum at Broadly.
"Sadomaso de muy buen rollo" by Javier Yanes at El Espanol.
"Six myths about BDSM debunked by science" by Dr. Zhana at Volonte.
"BDSM practitioners less likely to have victim-blaming attitudes in sexual violence cases" by Serina Sandhu at inews.
"'50 Shades' style sex promotes better attitudes to consent" by Alice Hearing at The National Student.
"Should we teach teens about BDSM in sex ed?" by Leigh Cuen at Mic.
"Could teaching BDSM in sex-ed reduce rape?" by The Young Turks.
"#BDSM benefits so great they should be taught to kids #newstudy" by Dr. Gloria Brahme.
"What BDSM might teach us about affirmative consent" by Tom Parisi at the NIU Newsroom.
"What BDSM might teach us about affirmative consent" at Science Blog.
"Members of the BDSM community are basically consent experts" by Suzannah Weiss at Glamour.
"Bed & breakfast & bondage" by Lauren Reno at Urban Plains.
"Your brain on BDSM: Why getting spanked and tied up makes you feel high" by Gareth May at Broadly.
"Trump, consent, and BDSM" by Jeremy Adam Smith at Medium.
Interview with Dr. Zhana Vrangalova on the Science of Sex Podcast.