kinkshame

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From kink +‎ shame.

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kinkshame (third-person singular simple present kinkshames, present participle kinkshaming, simple past and past participle kinkshamed)

  1. To mock, shame, or condemn someone for their sexual preferences and fetishes.
    • 2018, Rebecca Goldstein, "DDLG Ruins the Party Again", Binghampton Review (Binghamton Review), 7 May 2018, page 13:
      This abomination, which stands for "Daddy Dom Little Girl" is essentially pedophilia-lite and is super uncomfortable, abusive, and wildly problematic. Yes, I'm kinkshaming.
    • 2019, Ellie Cahill, Save the Secret Date, unnumbered page:
      "It's not a romantic relationship," he said. "But they are both really really into My Little Pony. In very dark ways."
      I burst into laughter again, letting out a snort. "Oh my god, I think I'm gonna be sick."
      "Don't kink-shame, Mary."
    • 2019, Annabel Gat, The Astrology of Love & Sex: A Modern Compatibility Guide, page 273:
      Let them know what your limits are early on if you're worried you might unknowingly kink-shame them, so they'll know, for example, not to let you in on their furry fantasy.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:kinkshame.
  2. To mock, shame, or condemn (a sexual preference or fetish)

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