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Kink That Cares
 As well as having fun by exploring new dimensions in adult alternative sexuality, we'd like to bring awareness and consciousness of ecology, overpopulation and environmental issues which are rapidly exploiting and destroying what is left of our ever shrinking planet!

Our own efforts in ecology include using recycled products for packing and shipping materials, recycled paper
for our catalogues and all paper work in the office. We will continue to seek out suppliers who share this philosophy.

What does kink and ecology have to do with each other, you may ask? Well, it's the cooperation of a group,
a community which keeps all of us together in the understanding and support of our unique sexuality.
This same group or community shares a deeper global understanding of life, also.

Fetishists have a clear distinct vision and seek it. This same ability can be used in alliance with the education,
understanding and protection of  nature, our environment, our social interactions, and our planet.

If you feel as strongly as we do about over-population, deforestation, pollution, violence, censorship,
or any other ecological, social, or environmental issues, do something about it!

Remember: Work with passion, love without needing to be loved, appreciate what you have, and do your best for a better world. Contact us with your ideas. Our love of Medical and Nurse Fetish is only one aspect of who
we are as human beings, loving and sharing this fragile place called Earth...

Click here for a magnificent video by the "Home Project" about our planet:

"The Miniature Earth
If we could turn the population of the earth into a small community of 100 people,
keeping the same proportions we have today, it would be something like this:

61 Asians
12 Europeans
14 Americans (from North and South America)
13 Africans
01 Australian (Oceania)

50 women
50 men

67 are not Christian
33 are Christian (Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox)

6 people own 59% of the entire wealth of the community

13 are hungry or malnourished
14 can't read
only 7 are educated at a secondary level

Of the village's total annual expenditures of just over US$ 3,000,000 per year:
US$ 181,000 is spent on weapons and warfare...
US$ 159,000 is spent on education...
US$ 132,000 is spent on health care.

If you keep your food in a refrigerator
And your clothes in a closet
You are richer than 75% of the entire world population.

If you have a bank account
You're one of the 30 wealthiest people in the world.

25 struggle to live on US$ 1.00 per day or less...
47 struggle to live on US$ 2.00 per day or less.

Ten years of changing the world Acumen celebrates its tenth anniversary.
 by Seth Godin

Lesson 1: In fact, you can make a difference, you can start something from scratch, you can build something without authority or permission. Passionate people on a mission can make change happen.

Lesson 2: In fact, philanthropy works. Building systems and enhancing entrepreneurial outcomes generates results far bigger than the resources invested.

Lesson 3: You better be prepared to stick it out, to exert yourself, to last longer than you ever expected and to care so much it hurts.

Some highlights:

•More than 3 million people have access to safe, affordable, and efficient energy
•7,000 people have jobs and hundreds of millions of insecticide treated bednets have been produced by A to Z
•More than 330,000 farmers are changing their families’ lives with drip irrigation systems
•Hundreds of thousands have access to quality sanitation in Kenya – and Eco-Tact has become a model for other countries
•More than 150,000 farmers have access to quality, affordable hybrid seeds in Western Kenya
1298 is now answering more than 30.000 emergency calls every month in India (and has created more than 1250 jobs)
•Kashf has reached more than 300,000 borrowers with micro-loans and emerged as one of Pakistan’s important civil society institution
•The first commercial mortgages for the poor have been provided in Pakistan and Saiban has developed a working, sustainable model for low-income housing development
•More than 350,000 individuals have access to safe drinking water (and this doesn’t include the copycat companies that have emerged as a result of WHI’s innovation in the Indian marketplace)
•Aravind provides quality eyecare through telemedicine to millions across India and has served as a global model
•Sekem is the largest exporter of organic goods from the Middle East to Europe (working with 4,000 farmers on reclaimed desert land)

That a small band of talented, driven people could make this happen isn't surprising to me. What surprises me is that we still wonder whether change like this is possible.

Kink That Cares®

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"As you know, the concept of the suction pump is centuries old. Really that's all this is except that instead of sucking water, I'm sucking life..."
-Count Rugen, from Princess Bride
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