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Dancing in the Streets for Sexual Self-Acceptance

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Yesterday, I spent several hours on the streets of Clinton Hill in Brooklyn, representing a dominatrix in Stephanie Johnstone‘s upcoming music video promoting sexual and gender self-acceptance. As the song says: “No Shame being into what you’re into; No Worries if you’re not into what you’re not”. It’s a great cause that I support with all my heart. For more info on the song and the project, check out Love Songs for the Rest of Us. More photos and the videos themselves coming soon, and save the date for the album/video release party – June 21st!

Love Songs_just meCompletely unexpectedly, this was a day when my doing Crossfit for the past year came in very handy outside the gym. See, it was a sunny day, but it was pretty chilly and incredibly windy. Wearing nothing but a corset, latex booty shorts, and thigh high boots, I was freezing (as were many other cast member). So to keep warm while waiting around, I did squats, jump squats, and push ups. On the street. In those heels. (I even got some of the rest of the cast to do squats too, though they drew the line at push ups.) That was quite the sight, I tell ya. (The only thing I regret is no one captured those thigh-high-boots-street push-ups on video.)

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