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Lots of kink in pop culturekink Experienced Mistress Olivia 1-800-601-7259

Have you ever been watching a movie and go, “WOW, I just spotted a kink or fetish?”  I have. Quinten Tarantino has a foot fetish!  That’s just one example.

 Oh sure, sometimes there is an obvious reference like in the movie 50 Shades of Grey.  By the way, that’s a pitiful portrayal of BDsm and power exchange. I love “The Secretary” so much more and recommend that movie.  I got to chatting with my writing submissive, servus, about this topic. He writes,

“I’d love to have a debate about the depictions you mention, and The Secretary sounds like a great place to start – I can’t think of that many serious attempts to tackle the subject properly and it’s a fascinating one.”

It’s hard to capture the emotional side of life

Movies, art, literature and music all seek to illuminate life.  Some capture the emotional side better than others.  Not all art is equal, nor should it be.  A song like “Party in the USA” is just a fun pop song.  Contrast this with Edvard Munch’s The Scream which he calls  “the study of the soul, that is to say the study of my own self.”  Each art form serves a purpose. You know I enjoy diversity.

Fetish scene and the desire to be knownkink Experienced Mistress Olivia 1-800-601-7259

People who play in the fetish scene are like all humans, we have a desire to be seen, heard and known.  I think that’s why kinky people get irked with the one dimensional portrayal of kink in popular culture.  Sure, latex looks sexy and leather is a visually dominant statement …  but, that’s just the outer depiction — the inner world is where the real riches are.

Your Experienced Mistress,

Ms Olivia