This is a place for queers in the BDSM scene to talk about their experience, strength and hope in whatever 12 Step program(s) they attend.
As kinky queer people in recovery, it helps sometimes to talk to other kinky queers about recovery-based issues. That's why we're in this community; to offer supportive non-judgemental help to each other.
Please try to refrain from giving advice, criticism, or direction. Rather, try to focus on your experience, strength and hope and share that with us. Thank you!
This is an anonymous place. Here's the LJ info about community memberships and anonymity:
» How do I hide communities that I am a member of?
If you wish to be a member of certain communities without them showing in your "Member of" list, you have three options:
* Ban the communities you want to hide in the same way you would ban a user. * Hide the entire "friend of" list, which will also hide "member of". There is no way to hide these separately. * Use a different account to participate in the communities you do not want associated with your main account.
While the first two options are the easiest, they do not remove a community from the list of communities to which you have posting access, nor do they hide any communities that you may be watching on your friends list. Because you have complete control over communities that you have posting access in and the accounts you list as friends, LiveJournal does not allow you to hide these lists.
Other users can also see which communities you are a member of with the LiveJournal directory and you will also be listed in the individual "Members" list on the Community Info page of each community that you join. Due to this, the only way to remove a community entirely from your User Info page and remove yourself from its Community Info page is to leave it and make sure that you are not watching it. The best option for hiding your involvement in certain communities is to create a separate account.