Scene Friendly

Last Updated: August 28, 2017

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Definition - What does Scene Friendly mean?

The term 'scene friendly' is an adjective description someone or something familiar with and accepting of the BDSM scene and members of the BDSM community.

Scene friendly most commonly describes the attitude of working professionals. However, the term can be applied to a variety of people and locations. People and environments that are scene friendly are non-judgmental, sex positive, and supportive of BDSM people and their lifestyles.

Kinkly explains Scene Friendly

The term scene friendly can be applied to a variety of people and places. People within the BDSM community often look for scene friendly physicians and counselors to attend to their physical and mental health needs. They may also use scene friendly lawyers when they need legal representation. Any person who is not a member of the BDSM community but is accepting of and familiar with the lifestyle can be classified as scene friendly. For example, a dominatrix may have scene friendly friends who are not part of the BDSM community.

A nightspot accepting of BDSM people may be classed as scene friendly, along with the professionals who work there like its bartenders. Members of the BDSM community may also look for scene friendly hotels while traveling.

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