If you want to make Mistress happy you’d best get on your knees and start licking…
Kim Brown : a missed chance
Fetish model Kim Brown was a model I worked with years ago. I hoped to work with her again, only things didn't quite work out as planned.
Let’s just call it what it is – a sexual assault
Bad scenes at Tokyo’s massive Cosplay event. A Chinese cosplayer was assaulted by a mob of camera carrying arseholes determined to get up-skirt photos.
There’s a lot of mob mentality floating around in here, and the further out the more I’m inclined to be generous and think people are curious about the mob. But right in there, with your camera pointing at a crying girl in distress, snapping away trying to get shots up her skirt?
I know there probably won’t be any criminal charges brought (this is Japan, afterall), but I hope they’re outed on Twitter and shamed into apologies.
And for the rest of us? Let’s learn something from this.
The return of Aiko’s rubberman : a heavy rubber tale
In London she was a prostitute called Aiko, funding her degree by dressing in latex for money. A dozen years later she’s Naomi, a bored wife in Tokyo, her education squandered and her husband uninterested in her.
A chance encounter with a former client changes everything. She agrees to meet and dress up for him, and as their rubber sessions become more frequent and intense, she finds herself at a crossroads:
Does she return to her boring life, or start a new one with her rubber fetish lover?
The Return of Aiko’s Rubberman is an uplifting tale of freedom and features scenes of heavy rubber, latex fetish and female domination. It is not for the easily offended.
Thanks to the idiot “gimp” for spoiling our fun
It seems some arsehole has decided to terrorise the people of a Somerset town by dressing up in a latex “gimpsuit” and jumping out on them. Reports vary, but it’s alleged this person likes to rub his crotch when approaches people. There’s a photo of him doing the rounds, caught by a victim, with suitable media interest to follow. There are even reports of arrests being made.
I get the whole “going out in public in rubber” thing. I’ve done it. I dare say I’ll do it again. It’s fun, liberating and – if you’re with some friends – a bit of a laugh. Only for other people it can be scary, intimidating and even terrifying. Caution is required.
Whether this is someone getting the wrong end of the proverbial stick or truly something sinister remains to be seen. Either way, I’m guessing wandering around in public in latex is going to be off-the-table for a little while until things calm down again.
Life in a Lens
The Neo-Pink Tales: are they just exploiting Japanese culture?
A series of BDSM themed books set in contemporary Japan has led to accusations of cultural appropriation and "yellow fever". Am I guilty as charged?
You’re not getting up…
Sinead lounges around on the floor in a hogtie.
I’ve added this one to my online portfolio.
A return to Amazon Kindle!
After hitting the nuclear button, deleting all my content and then going on Hiatus, I’m back on Amazon Kindle. I’ll explain why I hit that option and the background behind it, but for now let’s focus on the positives…
I’m uploading my old ebooks one-at-a-painful-time. Four have made it so far and another 4 are on the way over the coming week.
At the same time I’m working on a bunch more ebooks, following similar themes to what went before. One exception: my race play themed ones may not return.
For the time being at least, feel free to enjoy what’s being uploaded…
Sometimes it’s best to say nothing
You may have a strong personal view, but announcing to a date from the Military you're not going to date them for ethical reasons might not be the best idea
Writing the perfect social media fetish profile
Writing a fetish profile is a labour of love for some, a terrifying ordeal for others. On Fetlife you can write entire novels, on Twitter you have less than 150 characters.
So how do you get those words onto the page.
First, be natural. Write what you feel rather than trying to conform to some preordained “winning format”.
Don’t think you have to write something and that’s it. You can rewrite it as often as you want.
Finally, don’t forget few people read profiles. You’re better off investing time in networking, sharing blog posts and being a participant in a community than fretting over a few words on a page.