Turns out kinky sex is seriously good for your health, science has proven it

Not so long ago we were telling you about how ladies really feel about letting the ol’ todger in the back door (according to research). Well, now we’ve got even more intriguing news...

Getting kinky is not just a fuckload more exciting than vanilla sex, it’s actually good for your health.

MedicineDaily published a thorough report on why:

The reasons included:

- Stronger mental health
A 2013 study published in the Journal of Sexual health, found those who partake in BDSM are less neurotic, more open to new experiences (go figure), more likely to be conscientious, extroverted personalities,  with better overall well-being than all those vanilla biscuits out there.

- Increases communication
Naturally, if you’re into bringing double ended dildos, anal beads, gimp masks and/or whips into the bedroom, it takes a partner who you can communicate with comfortably for you to get your fetishes out of your head and into reality.

Not to mention, you gotta make sure where/what you’re about to stick into your partner is a-o with them. On that notion kinky couples tend to be more open about their sexual desires and that can often move into areas outside of the bedroom.

According to psychotherapist Dr. Jeffrey Sumber, "BDSM friendly couples require impeccable communication whereas many mainstream relationships communicate about their sexuality as a result of 'inflammation' or challenges that arise. For a BDSM relationship to thrive, it must rely on a foundation of transparency and effective interaction."

-Reduces partakers stress levels
A 2009 study found couples who engaged in BDSM had lower reportings of psychological stress.

- Encourages fidelity
Ol’ Dr. Jeffrey Sumber also explains this one aptly. “BDSM can (sic) dissuade many people from cheating or acting out of integrity," essentially because of the trust, emotional energy partners put into such a relationship.

- Heightens intimacy
 A 2009 study from the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, found people who partook in the kinkier side of the bedroom activities shad an increase in relationship closeness.

Essentially, because trust is such an integral part of proper kinky sex, researchers believe that trust can make for more intimate sex.