List of universities with BDSM clubs

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Universities having BDSM clubs are a modern phenomenon, especially in USA.[1][2] Some of these student-clubs dedicated to BDSM (along with sexual fetishism and kink) are officially recognized and funded by their university or college administration.[3][4]

Safe rope bondage is generally an activity taught in BDSM clubs of universities. This representational image shows a bondage rigger performing bondage on a female volunteer.

Following is a list of universities which have BDSM education providing student clubs:

Additionally, there are many American universities which do not have a dedicated BDSM club but conduct educational activities on BDSM for students, for ex. University of South Florida St. Petersburg.[45][46][47]

Some American universities - such as Texas Tech University[48], Indiana University[49] and Michigan State University have professors who research and take curriculum classes on BDSM.[50][51][52][53][54]

A few U.S. university presses, such as that of Duke University, Indiana University and University of Chicago, have also published books on BDSM written by professors.[55]



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