Hello you kinksters out there,
my name is Michael, I am based in Germany and I’ve started this blog to create a platform for articles about kinkster lifestyles, kinky artists and kink culture stuff. It should be a place for interesting things about different aspects of kinky life and a possibility for taking new perspektives and getting some inspiration.
So why Flamingo? Well i don’t really know. 😉 I’m not sure if they can be kinky with each other at all. But they are delicate and pretty animals; their beauty, proud attitude and pink colour make them a lovely part of nature.
If you want to write something, have comments or criticisms, please tell me. 🙂
Now a more detailed view on what this is all about:
On this blog, I would like to try to shine a light on different dimensions:
Kinkster Portraits: these interview portraits should show the kinky side as well as the person. I think this is an interesting perspective, because too often, kinksters are reduced to one side, either only their sexual part, or the “public” person, which is in most parts not connected to the sexual part.
Kinky artists: I want to give an insight to their work and I want to intruduce the person as well.
Kink Life and Play: This blog will also contain texts about kink life aspects, for example safety aspects in kink play, and will show different types of kinky play.
Kink Culture: I also want to include texts to this blog, which are about how the culture in a society, as expressed in movies, music, fine arts and every day culture, is connected to the kink world.
I appreciate and I am grateful to everyone who takes part in this. I experienced how it feels, to grow up for a period of time in a partly hostile environment concerning kinkiness (and even homosexuality), so I would never go too far, and I will respect everything what we agree on. This blog should be a protected space for everyone who participates in it. So now I’m quite excited about what is coming. Thanks a lot for reading this. I hope you’ll find some interesting texts on here.
All the interviews I’m doing here, they all together should be like a prism, which contains so many different colours of a rainbow and which together build a bright shining light. It would be great if one reads an interview and can say referring to a feeling, thought or experience told in it, in the words of Bob Dylan:
“And every one of them words rang true
And glowed like burnin’ coal –
Pourin’ off of every page
Like it was written in my soul –
from me to you”