Dressing for your body type: The Pear

 Posted by on September 27, 2011
Sep 272011

By Nina Love I read yet another fetish fashion blog – I won’t name names – that was complaining about so and so wearing such and such to the dungeon. The gist of the article was that so and so was wearing a bright pink polo shirt of all things. And to make it worse, […]

Dressing for your body type: The Rectangle

 Posted by on August 29, 2011
Aug 292011

By Nina Love

Choosing the right clothing is an ongoing challenge. Most of us feel the pressure to fit in while standing apart. It’s an age old double edge sword. And in our little world the expectations are even higher. There are countless articles, blogs and rants about appropriate fetish attire.

Dressing for your body type: Part 1

 Posted by on August 3, 2011
Aug 032011

By Nina Love

I’ve noticed that fetish fashion tends to be timeless. Let me explain. I’ve been in “the scene” for just about ten years. Fashion – main stream fashion that is – has changed, changed again, and again…and then changed back.

Nonconsensual Vulgarity

 Posted by on July 5, 2011
Jul 052011

By Lucy Lemonade

I consider myself a professional kinkster. Now for some that phrase may mean I’m professionally kinky. But for the purposes of this conversation I am referring to this term as a professional individual who is also kinky. I’m stuck between the desire to be out and open…

Fashion Inspiration at a Glance

 Posted by on June 30, 2011
Jun 302011

By Nina Love

One of the problems that I’ve encountered since joining the wonderful world we call the “scene” is that it is increasingly hard to stand out in room full of perverts. Getting ready for a CON can be an overwhelming endeavor. I can take the easy way out…

Beyond Black

 Posted by on May 24, 2011
May 242011

By Lucy Lemonade

The kink community can be rather cliquey. Like any proper clique there must be a uniform of choice. Sometimes when I enter a play party I feel overwhelmed in the sea of black leather, latex and rubber.


 Posted by on May 14, 2011
May 142011

By Julian Wolf

Levi Strauss. Prada. Chanel, Sally Hershberger, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Stella McCartney, Paul Mitchell, Sara Jessica Parker, Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen. Chances are you recognize most of these names

The Sensation of Clothing

 Posted by on February 15, 2011
Feb 152011

By Julian Wolf

I think it was early high school when someone first asked me why I wore velvet, silk (and their less expensive counterparts) year round. I remember replying without too much consideration that they just feel good. I then started to pay a bit more attention