This Denver Dominatrix loves all kinds of sessions, but my favorite BDSM sessions are those in which my submissives can completely escape. Escape to where? Reality in the present moment by use of fetishes, kinks, pain, and pleasure. It sounds simple enough, but it takes a skilled BDSM practitioner like myself to assist you in that journey and make sure you get where you need to go and come back in one piece. Continue reading MASOCHISM WITH A DENVER DOMINATRIX
Four words: I love my dungeon.
Trying to express how thankful I am that I have a place where I can be creative, sexual, sensual, erotic, free, and open – is impossible to do with words. Being in my creative place makes me feel so fulfilled – on so many plains.
I love that I created the space to suit my liking, I love that it’s warm – like a womb, I love that I know how to use all the tools to orchestrate beautiful scenes for my playthings. I LOVE seeing others express themselves as well. I CAN’T TELL YOU how much I enjoy the power exchange and trust that flows between myself and my submissives/bottoms. I LOVE to torment, love to sooth, love to cause pain, love to give pleasure.
It really is an amazing place – my place – where I create my art, work my craft, and encourage others to feel the magic that is BDSM.
It’s time for people to wake up and realize the reality of the sex industry. It’s no new news that prostitution has been around for thousands of years and is often referred to as the oldest profession in the world. I’m not here to argue that case. I’m here to shed light on the billion dollar industry that is sex work. The industry isn’t going to magically disappear just because it makes you cringe or you feel uncomfortable thinking about the supposed lewd actions of people engaging in sex for money. Continue reading SEX WORK IS REAL
So, for years I’ve been calling myself a sapiosexual. A sapiosexual is someone who is attracted to or aroused by intelligence. While I really admire smart people and generally think they’re hot, they can often be arrogant which really turns me off. Also, it’s not like I feel like having sex with someone just because they’re smart. Continue reading NOSCOSEXUALISM
Shame is a topic that comes up often in my line of work. In fact, it hasn’t been until very recently that I’ve rejected my own shame in regards to sex and pleasure. I used to take on the shame of my clients – that is, I used to become completely immeshed with them without even knowing it. Now, I have the emotional maturity to separate my emotions from all people I come in contact with, and that enables me to be even more empathetic, offer guidance, and express my needs and desires. Continue reading FUCK SHAME