BDSM “Depression” Hits as Pandemic Slices Scenes by 74%

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GENEVA, Kansas–Many industries and financial sectors have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and the toll has been felt far and wide in personal lives as well, as unemployment, anxiety, and stress have affected millions. But nowhere has the toll of this pandemic affected such a large swath of any community as the BDSM lifestyle.
The IDOC (International Dungeon Organizing Committee) released yet another massive┬áreport that shares the devastating impact of the pandemic on these peoples. A recent report shows BDSM activities–known as “play” or “scenes” has dropped by 74% worldwide as area dungeons were forced to close and individuals in their own homes lacked a significant will to swing a flogger.
“It’s been a huge impact on the community,” said Irrene Iblomovich, President of the 14,500 member IDOC. “We are calling it a BDSM depression, because the pandemic has literally shut down a huge part of our lifestyle. This affects relationships, businesses, and most importantly, corner time.”
The IDOC, in conjunction with GBDSMA (Global BDSM Alliance), are working on their next series of reports and early findings are as vaccines become more widely available and utilized, the BDSM depression has started to see trends moving in a positive direction.
“In some communities, BDSM clubs are reopening, albeit with social distancing and other protocols,” Iblomovich said. “This is positive news for those with nipple clamps, spreader bars, and single tail whips.”
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