Note: 1RuleSupersedes is a musician from New Jersey and fetish enthusiast.
I remember all through school I was a daydreamer. I would focus on stories that I had in my mind. Most of them would be romantic or warlord like. As I got older I picked up the bass guitar and the stories in my mind turned into songs. When I turned about 25 I took a couple of acting/writing classes and started writing in character influenced monologues. I guess at this point I do not have a certain recipe for writing. I write whatever feels right and go with that.
So if I had to answer why I write? My answer would simply be, I am a fantasy junky!
This is not what you’d call a traditional story with a beginning, middle, and end. It has none of those things. I guess it sits somewhere between pornographic fantasy and wishful thinking. It’s the tale of the person I wish I was, bonding with the person I wish I could be with. The characters are unorthodox and kinky, and yet in their own way rather conventional. The setting is nowhere, and it takes place probably never, because the world where such a relationship would be possible, for me (without the consequences I fear), may not exist. But who knows?
Miss Divine Goddess (aka Supreme Goddess C) is a financial dominatrix.
Miss Divine Goddess, @supremegoddessC, is a financial dominatrix. Divine possessor of men, their heart, and their wallets. She specializes in ass worship, foot worship, body worship, obedience training, chastity, cuckolding, sissification, humiliation, and sissification.
Nicholas Tanek sits down and has a video chat with her.
The Human Centipede concept scares me to pieces, and truthfully, I’ve never seen the movie. The idea alone is enough for me to have night terrors for days. (I have clicked on a YouTube trailer or two and watched through a gap in my fingers.) It may be scary to me, but I also find it fascinating. I love the bizarre thoughts in the brains of others. I wonder how often people think about murderous or depraved things. Do we all walk around with a running story line in our heads of mayhem and mischief? How do we express it? If we could express these ideas safely without actually harming others, would people be happier? BDSM can really help the creative thought thinkers of the world and writing about it is a great first step to experiencing and exploring fantasy.
We know some BDSM Erotica authors who truly represent the kink community and the culture. When I published The Coolest Way to Kill Yourself, it was filed under the genre of romance. My book is a true love story that includes kinky sex. One of the major themes in the book is how exploring kink can be healing. At the time, 50 Shades of Grey was very popular, and so many authors tried to jump on the bandwagon. When I was promoting my book, I was overwhelmed by the number of authors who did not represent BDSM in the proper way. As someone who is active in the kink community, it annoyed me. I understand some books are just fantasy, but I still think that BDSM Erotica authors have a responsibility to the kink community and their readers.
So, I asked some of my BDSM Erotica author friends several questions. Here are their answers.
I have always been kinky, but it has only been since 2012 that I completely embraced my kink without fear of what other people thought. I wrote a book called The Coolest Way to Kill Yourself where I confessed that Lynn, the love of my life, would put a chastity device on my cock and sometimes make me wear lingerie and French maid outfits. Then, I wrote Your Kinky Friends, which is about how the kink community saved my life.