This week in kink, February 26, 2018

This is one we haven’t heard of before. When you make a visit to see Mistress Velvet, you are not only paying for the pleasure of her company, you will also be getting a lesson in black feminist theory. Mistress Velvet has a masters degree in said field and she’s ready to teach you a thing or two in the bedroom and in life. Read more about it here.

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What happens when marking starts to become an aversion to your partner? When you understand that your partner thoroughly enjoys the act, but you can’t bare to continue bruising/cutting/marking your partner. Read what Sex with Eugene has to say on the topic here.


Mistress Bliss talks all about what it’s like being married AND a professional dominatrix. Check out here interview here with Metro UK. She spends her days fulfilling sexual such as treating her clients like animals or using them as her own personal ashtray.


FetishArtist.net to Show at Laluzapalooza 2018

12_inches_of_blueHollywood, CA – FetishArtist.net has been invited to show “12 Inches of Blue,” and “He Is All Mine,” two Femdom erotic art pieces at Laluzapalooza, the 32nd annual group art show at the world famous La Luz de Jesus gallery in Hollywood, California.

“This gigantic, no-theme show features works from some of the freshest and most relevant artists working today,” said Matt Kennedy, Director at La Luz de Jesus gallery. “We sorted through tens of thousands of submissions from commercial illustrators, graphic designers, tattooists, scenics, students, street taggers, animators and working gallery artists.”

Laluzapalooza is one of only two open call group shows held each year by the gallery. La Luz de Jesus is widely heralded for launching the careers of legendary, cutting edge artists like Shag, The Pizz, and Robert Williams into the mainstream. This year, Laluzapalooza has over 160 pieces from 65 artists, continuing the tradition of the most exclusive selection of jam-packed, salon-style exhibited works in Post-Pop.

“My kind thanks to Billy Shire, Matt Kennedy, and the family at La Luz de Jesus,” said Jay E. Moyes of FetishArtist.net. “They’ve already made 2018 the best year ever in my artistic career, leaving me in wonder as to what more great things could lay ahead.”

Laluzapalooza kicks off with an opening reception on Friday night, March 2nd at 8:00 P.M. and will be on display through Sunday, April 1st.

Fetish art patrons do not need to attend to purchase. An online catalog, with purchase information is available at http://laluzdejesus.com/laluzapalooza-2018

 


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Comments

  1. skullcrusher says:

    I found the Mistress Bliss interview so real and raw. Very insightful and informative! Thanks for posting!

  2. I completely agree! It’s always appreciated to read something genuine. And her story is really interesting.

  3. mastertod says:

    Fetishartist.net is amazing!

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