Mollena Williams On Risk

Mollena Williams has been on the Masocast before.  Kevin Allison, has been on the podcat a couple of times and his podcast RISK is a must-listen.    He’s had Mollena on a few times as well and each time she knocks it out of the park.  This latest episode is even better,  where she talks about a relationship she had with a guy who’s new to kink and she finds herslef bottoming from the top.   It’s really a great episdoe, tune in here.

Found Femdom: The Ceremony

Sade just brought this to my attention, a video on demand at Vimeo (sorry, not in the US yet)

Full description below:

In an intimate, sensual film France’s most famous dominatrix, Catherine Robbe-Grillet, two close friends and two lovers share their innermost thoughts about love, friendship,dominance and submission.
The Ceremony, a film about love and friendship, depicts cross-border relationships where dominance and submission are central. We meet the fascinating and unusual writer Catherine Robbe-Grillet and those closest to her.
Intimate material reveals participants sharing views on art, norms, identity, ageing, loneliness, friendship and love. The spectator is invited into a fascinating, evocative and private world depicting staged, stylized sadomasochist ceremonies based on Catherine’s universe.
Catherine Robbe-Grillet, a sharp intellectual born in 1930, published her first book (L’image) in 1956. It was banned and publicly burned in Paris. After more than 50 years of exploring eroticism and the world of sadomasochism, Robbe-Grillet is today widely considered France’s most famous dominatrix.
“The Ceremony” takes us far beyond the prejudiced, simplistic and cliché-ridden perceptions of sadomasochism. S/M may be a central theme of the film, but not merely as an exotic phenomenon. The issues raised here take us far beyond sexual orientation. “The Ceremony” delves into what motivates our decisions, not only those concerning desire and sexuality, but our behavior in general. Sadomasochist practices and codes serve simply as a magnifying glass through which we examine the driving forces that make us who we are.

Sci-fi, Trans issues, Therapy In the Lifestyle and more with Morgana Maye on the Masocast

morgana1-300x210On the latest podcast I sat down with Morgana Maye again to talk about the kinkier areas and early influences of Sci-Fi, Transparent and the reaction of some in the Trans community, her new site Love Your Kink and a lot more.

 

 

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Another Sade Quote Of The Night

“That was the first cream pie porno I’ve ever reenacted on white sheets.”

These are the kind of things she says that leave us laughing our asses off while I run through the apartment naked looking for something to write it down lest we forever forget it.

The New Dating App For Kinksters Made By Non-Kinksters

There’s a new dating app being marketed to those of us less than vanilla.  Whiplr bills itself as Tinder for kinky people or “Messenger with Kinks: Find a play partner”.    First off I think it’s great that there are more services being marketed to those in the kink scene.  That being said the app has a few flaws that make me think it wasn’t made by someone in the scene or at least I don’t think they asked anyone in the know about some of the aspects of the app.

The first red flag is one of the screenshots

whiplr app screenshot

They clearly don’t know what sounds are in the kink scene.   Now sure you can gather by context that they mean auditory stimulation, no doubt indicating they’re a fan of Randy Newman or like to fuck while listening to Pet Sounds Sessions.  But what if you’re actually into sounds?

Another is the price.  In order to have unlimited messaging and other bells and whistles you’ll need to shell out $19/month.  Seems pretty steep but then again I’m spending all my money on gold plated sounds to afford it.

Perhaps the biggest red flag for me is how they refer to Fifty Shades of..fuck I’m not even going to finish typing it.  If they were in the scene and wanted to be taken seriously wouldn’t they avoid mentioning it in their app description or marketing material?

It’s like when someone’s talking to me about computers and tries to make it sound like they’re an expert and when I ask what OS they use they say “OS EX” instead of saying “OS Ten” .  Immediately I know they’re not an expert.

Then again I haven’t even downloaded it so I may be completely wrong.  I’m literally judging a book by it’s cover.

Here’s the marketing video.