References

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Note that this is not intended as a comprehensive list of everything we referenced in writing these articles (there were many more), but it does hit the highlights. Some articles on this site use specific reference citing, some do not- this had to do with issues of flow, and also that we felt the references were more relevant to some topics (nerve damage and bondage) than others (general bondage safety).

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