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I was in and around the BDSM scene long before I became an active community member. I wanted to observe and learn as much as I could before taking on the responsibility of bringing pleasure and pain to like minded folx. In 2012 I found community and began going to local munches in Savannah, GA. It didn’t take long before I became a leader in the community and helped plan and host play parties and munches in the area. Every month we would invite community members to demo a technique or kink. Attending these demos helped to expose me to the many different ways of exploring  BDSM. It was also through play parties that I honed my skills at impact play and one of our munches is where I met my first play partner. I still remember the first time I picked up a flogger. It was love at first strike. Since then I’ve made it my mission to learn as much as I can from those around I meet on my journey through BDSM. 

I moved to Seattle a few months before the world shut down. While that slowed down my kink journey, it also gave me more time to be intentional about finding community. That paid off in 2021 when we started Pleasure Hole and began to build a kink community centered around Queer Trans People of Color.

 

The community has seen regular growth since then. Being in a space full of black and brown people exploring kink has been life changing. In my experience kink spaces have been predominantly straight and white, which has turned a lot of QTPOC folx away. It feels good to be a part of the solution. 

 

Professionally, I have played with kinksters of all experience levels. I’ve introduced many folx to kink who couldn’t tell a Bull hide flogger from a single tail before they met me. I’ve also played with folx from the Old Guard who’ve been in the scene longer than I’ve been alive. Every experience brings a different challenge and the opportunity for all involved to grow and learn from each other. It’s been quite a journey so far, life changing really, and I’m just getting started.”

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