Liberated Males

Here’s part of another glorious article from Mistress Magpie for the New Statesman, talking about kink, masculinity and feminism:

“…When a man enters my secret room, he steps into another world, where the taboos, rules and expectations of the outside world are lifted, or bent to serve our mutual pleasure. To watch a man’s face change as he realises this, and is released from the tension of hiding his deviant fantasies – to watch him as he feels finally understood – is one of my greatest joys in life. But our shared world ends at my door. When I tell a man to strip his clothes off, I am also taking the weight of social expectations from him; and when our time together is finished, he puts his clothes on, piece by piece, and takes that weight onto his shoulders again.

Men also come to me because I seek, find, and keep their secrets. I am curious and talkative, and as a man dresses I sometimes ask him what brought him to my door. Every answer is different. Some are, of course, married, and looking for something that their wives can’t or won’t provide. Some are adrenaline junkies. Many men are too shy or awkward, or simply too busy to find a partner, let alone one who shares an interest in kink. But nearly every one of them tells me that being kinky – being different at all – is something that he has to hide from everyone he knows.

That reason is precisely why my job exists. There is a market for my confidential services because if a man publicly steps outside the boundaries of what society permits, he is no longer seen as a man. It’s not just simple sexual gratification that a client seeks from a sex worker, but also an opportunity to explore a sexuality that is socially forbidden. If a man wants to be penetrated, or vulnerable, or to serve and be controlled by a dominant partner, or if he expresses traits society characterises as feminine, he is ostracised and bullied. The ideal woman that he is socialised to pursue seems an impossible dream to him, and, sometimes, an alien one. And so, he sublimates his sexuality, compartmentalises it and hides it; and he comes to see me…”

Full article here.

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RIP Bizarre Magazine

February marks the final issue of Bizarre Magazine.

Bizarre, you will be missed. It was an honour to nestle within your tentacled embrace. From its latex-clad genesis in the late ’90s, through my first appearance in 2008, to many truly unique experiences and the wonderful friends I’ve made in the process, I can genuinely say that it’s changed my life for the better.

Here‘s a fond farewell by Denise Stanborough for Vice

…and from Tom Broadbent here

…and from Stephen Daultrey here

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Slutathon, Feb 2015

Gentlemen! It’s that time again, and the upcoming Grand Slutathon is very nearly fully-booked. If you fancy an afternoon being bummed up the arse by wonderful women and, very possibly, being made to do sexy things with other gents, click here for more details.

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Kinky Christmas Cards

GO HERE to buy blank cards with Ms Slide’s kinky artwork (or non-kinky if you prefer) printed on them.

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