Episode #27, Chris and I have a good old chinwag with Christian (yes, it was a little hard keeping the ‘Chris’s’ straight, at first, for my pea-brain!) from the group Eden After Dark. What we found out from the Las Vegas-based swing/lifestyle event producer, was that he runs his Eden group with an eye on people getting together for whatever reason, paying special attention to LGTQ and bi-men (bi men, a group that is particularly marginalized in Christian’s experience.)
But remember, that which you fantasize about, no matter what it is you fantasize about, if you make that fantasy into reality with another consenting adult, your pretty much acting responsibly and are not, in any way, sick depraved, or wanting to engage in illegal activity.
And as we all know, what is one day just the wild imaginings of science fiction and fantasy often comes to be the reality we live. So sex, and maybe indeed even love with robots, maybe not something that’s coming, as much as it is here, right now.
What I found so beguiling about Ariel Anderssen and quite many performers in the kink field is how down-to-Earth she is, how open about her interests, and how the particular kink she had (in this lady’s case, more often than not, it is being submissive) was just part of her life.
Raniere ran the NXIVM group (pronounced “Nexium”) and seemingly formed a woman’s only group within his corporation to abuse the ladies.
The Armory space and Acworth’s Kink.com, who filmed there, is a massive edifice. Through its many floors, you can find lots of set pieces, and even rooms taken down to their bare walls, (making for even more perfect set pieces) where the fun sexual tortures were as much enacted by partiers or kink filmmakers.