On June 21st, 2021 at 7 pm EST (and yes, the first day of the Summer Solstice) I will be interviewed by Mistress Dia Dynasty the co-founder of La Du Maison Rouge with her co-conspirator Lucy Sweetkill. I literally cannot find the words to express my excitement, and emojis would just be overkill…
Taken from their website:
La Maison du Rouge is focused on expanding the BDSM experience by discussing, educating, and informing our audiences about the intersections of kink, wellness, sexuality, spirituality, and social activism. We aim to build community in this regard by creating a safe space for discussing these topics as well as advocating the normalization of alternative sexualities. By challenging current social norms, we aspire to bolster a culture around consent and open communication.
LMdR was founded on the compassionate and principled interests of the professional dominatrix duo Lucy Sweetkill and Dia Dynasty. After meeting at a commercial BDSM house and spending many years building a sisterhood, Lucy and Dia ventured to create something of their own. They are committed to elevating BDSM and fostering community through intersectional discourse and sharing personal narratives.
I had been following LMDR for some time, truly connecting with the idea of an all-femme Domme collective and educators who were expanding and sharing their thoughts and experiences about the BDSM scene with the world. The interviews I had watched were intelligent, compelling, insightful and inspiring. Real-life people with real unrehearsed poignant stories.
I had reached out to Dia Dynasty because her tweet about her upcoming project truly intrigued me- The Femdom Farm: “Spiritually-centered Matriarchy based in Indigenous Wisdom, Eco-Feminism, and Wholistic Femdom.”
As a Reiki Master Practitioner, Access Consciousness Facilitator and a student of Shamanic Studies, spirituality is very much a part of my practice and sessions as is it my daily life. I had once dreamed of owning a “Femdom acreage/collective” where Dommes and their submissives would come to stay: a retreat of sorts, where other Dommes would offer courses, spiritual beings such as myself offering Energy healing sessions, others, yoga classes, and of course, lessons in safety, the 101’s of BDSM, while the submissives earned their keep tending the fields, repairs and renovations to the property and of course, servitude to their Mistresses.
I was deeply intrigued and elated to see that there was a smart creative and entrepreneurial individual who was already embarking on their path to making this idea, their dream a reality, so I reached out to Dia, – “when the borders open up, it would be my pleasure and an honour to be part of such a phenomenal and necessary genesis of such a life-changing/humanity/environmentally impacting project.”
She immediately reached back and amidst the delightful evolving dynamic of our virtual connection, she asked me to be a part of her weekly Monday show on Youtube..
As soon as we had our first zoom call, it felt like I had met a kindred spirit – so many similar thoughts and point of views about the influential growing movement of female empowerment and supremacy, the importance of education and de=stigmatization of kink, and how spirituality is an integral part of the BDSM experience.
Here is the fun, candid and dynamic interview:
And while you are at it, support their dynamic and beautiful collective because I say so.