Multihyphenate Wonder Mollena Lee Williams-Haas IS...a Storyteller-Writer-Performer-Actor-Muse-Educator-Activist-Revolutionary Kink Expert. Among other things. Join her for true stories and real advice blended into a mocktail (no booze please, we're sober) of frothy fun and serious shite.
Playing Well With Others
While there are plenty of other books out there that explain how to give a spanking or tie a half-hitch, Playing Well With Others is the first book that explains kink *culture* -- the munches, parties, leather bars, conferences, workshops, fetish nights, exploratoriums and all the other gatherings of kinksters that turn BDSM and leather from a bedroom predilection to a lifestyle and a community.
You'll learn to:
- Examine your own motivations, needs, wants, and desires,
- Ease your way into established communities,
- Understand etiquette in different adventurous sex communities,
- And more...
The Artist and The Pervert
Love and art have many shapes and colors.
Without a narrator, without a classification comment, this film lets its protagonists have their say: Mollena Williams-Haas and Georg Friedrich Haas. The African-American sex educator, author and performer and the renowned Austrian composer have been looking for the right partner for 40 years, now they live happily and openly in a BDSM relationship. She is his "slave" and muse 24 hours a day, seven days a week, he is her master. For a year, the film accompanies these two people who have found themselves and each other on their way to radical self-determination.
Playing With Taboo
For those turned on to giving or receiving power, the hottest fantasies are often those that are the least acceptable -- those that mirror historical oppression (Nazism, plantation slavery), crime (incest, ageplay, rape), and other "unacceptable" behaviors. Because these fantasies are deeply charged, they are among the riskiest and most challenging to enact. Yet it is possible, and often very rewarding, to do so. In this guide, Mollena Williams, a Black woman who enjoys roleplaying racism and slavery with the right person, explains ways to safeguard these difficult scenes to ensure the emotional and physical safety of all concerned. With sections on playing with sexual taboos like age and rape, cultural taboos like race and identity, and physical taboos like scat play, this is a thorough and responsible guide to BDSM's furthest regions.