Nonverbal communication is often equally if not more important than verbal communication. Nevertheless, the "language of touch" and how we relate to our peers, lovers, and friends through physicality is rarely explored, taught or analyzed in safe, educational spaces. In this KinkForAll Washington DC 2 discussion facilitated by DDog, participants talk about the various ways touch is used to relate emotions, affection, and more. Moreover, they discuss the miscommunications that can happen when "the language of touch" is misunderstood due to gender constraints, assumptive reactions, and internalized baggage.

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