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BDSM.com – Is It Worth Your Time?

BDSM.com is basically owned by Friend Finder Network. It also operates ATL.com and some online communities. Friend Finder Network is formerly called Penthouse Media Group, which is one of the biggest adult entertainment companies that offer video, TV, magazines, interactive sites, and internet. With that said, ALT.com and BDSM.com have much in common such as censorship rules, guidelines, interface similarities, incentives, kind of community, prices, and interaction methods.

As a matter of fact, they are very similar with minor aesthetic changes. ALT.com seems to be riddled with bot profiles and spam. BDSM.com, on contrary, has fewer active users. However, with some pokes around the website, you may tell that more people are using BDSM.com. It isn’t to say that most real people use the website and that cannot be confirmed.

Even if the website is frequently ragged on as a scam, other fraudulent activities must not come as a surprise since it is more common on many fringe websites living in the world of hookup. Users must go with BDSM.com the way they do when using the Craigslist.

Costs

It is free to join BDSM.com. However, for you to fully access its features, you need to pay the following:

Silver Package

  • $19.95 for 1 month
  • $11.99 for 3 months
  • $8.95 for 12 months

Gold Package

  • $29.95 for 1 month
  • $14.99 for 3 months
  • $8.95 for 12 months

Features

  • Hotlist enables members to keep track of some interesting profiles and connect to all of them.
  • Cupid Report feature allows members to see who they should match with.
  • Who’s Viewing Me feature shows you who has been viewing your profile.
  • Members can broadcast webcam and live videos.
  • Members may interact in Friend Network and Private Chatrooms and send videos and voice messages.
  • Private Chatrooms cater to particular BDSM desires. These are monitored to keep everyone safe and secure.
  • Members may host their own blog on the website and access to the custom magazines of the website. They can also access their big collection of fetish and BDSM videos.

Editor’s Verdict

Signing up at BDSM.com is easy. Yet, its in-depth questionnaire takes a while to complete. The site’s questionnaire is a combination of long and short answer. Both of these are designed to ensure some users know exactly where you lie on aspects of sexual preferences, which is important in this kind of community.

When it comes to fraudulent activities, it is essential to note that most women on BDSM.com are paid, actresses. Most users might be fine with interacting with professionals through webcam or chatroom, yet that is when the website makes the transition.

If you are a non-paying member, you are limited to reading the magazine of BDSM.com and browsing with almost no access to some profiles. Therefore, considering that participating in group discussions or chatrooms is where the majority of the action occurs. Paying for a subscription is recommended for you to get the full capacity of BDSM.com. But, the fact that the website doesn’t provide a free trial period with unlimited access can be a sign that what is beyond paywall is not worthy of your money.