The BDSM/kink community is filled with sadists… who are good people. There are sadists who love to hurt people and there are masochists who go to them because they love the pain and humiliation.
So, I asked my kinky sadistic friends about sadism and here are their answers…
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Pro-Domme Adah Vonn is a true force of nature in the FemDom world. The combination of deep beliefs in the intensity of the subconscious, Female Supremacy, and human connection makes a passionate Woman willing to use her powers for good. While finishing her degree in Theatre & Vocal Performance, Miss Vonn found kink a compelling outlet via which to pursue her constant exploration of power dynamics and the exchange of control. Based out of New York’s Hudson Valley & Manhattan, she is currently expanding her empire with sessions, travel and video clip production.
Nicholas Tanek sits down and has a video chat.
Alex is a 53-year-old sex worker alumni who has experienced the criminalization of consensual sex work. She is the Co-Founder of SWOP Behind Bars and sits on the Board of Directors of NSWP as the North American Representative. Alex has been working with men, women and trans folks who have been incarcerated and also have experience in the sex industry and works to reduce the shame, discrimination and stigma of sex work by showing up at community meetings and town hall discussions on trafficking and using herself as an example to demonstrate that sex workers are just like everyone else. She has been called a “watchdog” of anti-trafficking activity and is committed to the unification of sex worker rights in the United States.
Susan Wright founded the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom in 1997, and currently serves as Spokesperson and Director of Incident Reporting & Response. Susan has presented over a hundred seminars for professional organizations, Universities and community groups on discrimination against consenting adults, consent, and sex & the media. She chaired the successful DSM-5 Revision Project which resulted in unusual sexual practices between consenting adults being separated from Paraphilic Disorders. Susan has also conducted several surveys documenting discrimination and violence against BDSM practitioners as well as consent practices and attitudes. Her research has been published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, Journal of Sexual Medicine, Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, International Journal of Social Psychiatry, and Journal of Homosexuality.
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Goddess Evil Opal is a professional and lifestyle domina who’s been active in the kink scene for over a decade. She’s based in Tampa Bay, Florida but she enjoys traveling and meeting kinky people in every corner of the globe. Over the years she’s been involved in a variety of bdsm events & organizations, including writing for Creative Loafing, owning a transformation salon/photography service for crossdressers and hosting a popular monthly play party for t-girls & their admirers. She’s been making femdom fetish porn since 2007 and is now writing her first book, a collection of erotic stories set in a world ruled by women where all the men are slaves.
Nicholas Tanek sits down and has a video chat with her.
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Mechanical Pencil Girl is a Fetish Illustrator, Pervert, Sadomasochist, and Existential Absurdist with a penchant for buying too many books. This is a video chat with Nicholas Tanek.
Website [Rather inactive]: www.thoughtghetto.com
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I’m a submissive or so I thought.
I had tried being a Domme before. But I’m an awkward little person. So I never really put an honest effort into it.
Until a few weeks ago.
Now there’s a little spark starting to grow. A desire, A need even to put my husband/playmate into place. To tell him what to do and see him serve me for once.
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by Kitt Wolf
Social media is awesome, but things like shadowbanning silence voices of those who are simply trying to share themselves. I understand that there are malicious cretins in the world who want to use social media for their own agenda, but the vast majority of sexbloggers want to spread a message for the good of the greater kink community.
This is YKF’s first #SOSS (Share our Shit Saturday) and I wanted to give a shoutout to some of the great people out there trying to build community in the kink world.
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