Sadomasochism And BDSM: Does Pleasure Happen Through Pain?

It's not just sex, it’s sado-masochistic sex!

Good versus evil, virtue through vice, diabolical or divine, the association of sadism and masochism will never cease to seek their expression or satisfaction.

Well, we immediately put the story in its place here,  we are not talking Fifty Shades... Besides, this film is just a series of misogynistic events that didn’t feed either or hearts or our bodies. No, here we very gently broach the subject of BDSM, in our quest to find real dominance...

“The Dominant may flog, spank, whip, or administer bodily punishment to the Submissive as he sees fit, for disciplinary purposes, for his own pleasure, or for any other reason, which he is not obliged to provide."
John, 45 years old, looks like a real Don Juan, although his sexual practices were pretty ordinary and his addiction to sexuality pushed him towards a need for touch and sexual contact many times a day. So, did this leave him with deformation of his feelings?
Before indulging in the practices and pleasures of sadomasochism, his need for sexual contact inevitably led him to infidelity and a series of painful breakups. Despite numerous partners,John has to date found solace in cliché which is far from being sexist, and one where he confesses to being both predatory and protective. "Yes, I am a fan of BDSM (Bondage Discipline Domination Submission Sadomasochism), a widespread fantasy that I would not even attempt to demonize but to express, while respecting the woman"

Are we therefore leaning towards the glorification of the narcissistic pervert that we meet in Netflix's film "365 Days?" The criticism of this feature film is also debating an entirely sexist story from the apology of rape to female submission, so does one have to really go through pain to experience pleasure? Well according to  the story of “50 shades of Grey” (book), apparently yes; and the adaptation of the book by E.L. James is just as pathetic as “365 Days”.

Although BDSM cannot be compared to pleasure through pain, it is also a widespread practice where endorphins and adrenaline become the best companions of couples looking for new intimate pleasures through erotic games. where the libido can find its peak in the practices of stimulation, domination and submission.

So, does one have to really go through pain to experience pleasure? The journey can be an interesting one.