I’ve recently been into checking out all the kinky dating networks out there. Not sure why, but I’ve had an appetite for some milf mixed with kink type fun lately. That said, I’ve been searching and testing the waters on some of these networks. One of my latest network discoveries is called Collarspace. Now, don’t let the name scare you away, it’s just a fetish dating site for those into BDSM. If I have to compare it to a couple of other sites out there I’d say it’s like Fetster, Fetlife.com, and Alt.com.
I went ahead and joined this BDSM community to see what the fuss was all about. I was shocked to learn that so many people out there had this slave/sub-fetish. As for the community, I’m here today to break down what you need to know about Collarspace and how it lines up with the rest of the BDSM dating sites out there.
My Collarspace Review – The BDSM Dating Experience
When you first come to the site, you’re not going to think very highly of it. I can guarantee that. The reason I say that is because it’s not fancy looking at all. In fact, it looks like it hasn’t been updated in years, literally. Now, that being said it still firmly makes claims as being the largest BDSM community on the entire planet.
Truth be told, It probably is.
But does it truly work? That’s the question here.
Given that they have users globally, it’s possible that the Collarspace network does work. However, it may not be able to provide the bells and whistles that the top premium sex sites are able to provide. If you’re looking for a list of those sites – read this.
Now, let’s get down and dirty here…
The Sign-Up Process
Signing up for Collarspace is a piece of cake. All you need to do is provide them with your username, password, email, and your exact location. Once you’ve supplied that info you’ll be asked to enter your gender, the gender of choice for meeting, your age and some ethnic-related info.
That’s not all, they want more details like height, weight, and role e.g. submissive, dominant, switch etc.
You must select whether you’re looking to connect with a couple or a single person. I personally went for singles because the BDSM dating was a bit too much for me handle until I eventually got used to it.
You’ll want to provide as many details about yourself as possible in this profile. There are categories that you can select from which help you narrow down the type of person you are and what you’re into. Things like sports, BDSM, and other stuff. Select or add a few personal interests then you’re off to the races.
All you have to do is run a few searches, select a couple of profiles that you fancy and connect with them. The one problem that I had with this site was that people who haven’t used the site for a long period of time were still actively listed on the site. This means that my messages and interactions with them were completely useless.
Be on the lookout for those things and definitely don’t both sending people messages that haven’t logged in within the last month.
Check Out The Photos
One thing I do recommend doing is checking out the pictures and videos that people post on this site. I enjoyed watching some of the kinky members toy with their partners while having sex. Some strange stuff goes down here, let’s just leave it at that.
One thing I wasn’t too happy about was the amount of spam that I ended up getting while using this site. I got lots of messages from users with half or almost fully incomplete profiles. It’s possible that these are fake messages but I couldn’t get to the bottom of that. The website does list in their terms and conditions that they send mass marketing emails to users. Not a great thing if you’re just trying to get laid.
Pros and Cons
Here are some of the pros and cons of joining Collarspace:
- Totally free
- Watch videos
- Write and read blog posts
- Chat in rooms
- Marketing emails sent
- Incomplete profiles
- Lots of ads
- Abandoned profiles
This is a community that’s free to use and for that reason alone you’ll have to deal with a lot of bullshit that premium sites cut out. That said, if it were my choice, I’d opt for one of the best hook up apps versus the Collarspace community. It just doesn’t meet the requirements that I have even though it’s a global community.