Stephen Elliott

Mistress Alex and I enjoy a conversation with author Stephen Elliott.

We discuss aspects of his books My Girlfriend Comes to the City and Beats Me Up, Happy Baby and The Adderall Diaries.  We talk about what it’s like to be out, how his friends reacted, why everyone should be out, why his friends no longer try and set him up on dates, why it’s best to date sex workers, politics, writing screenplays and a whole lot more.

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  1. axe,

    Excellent as usual, Mistress Alex has a lovely sensual voice.
    The comments concerning ‘understanding desire without sex’ oddly struck a chord here.

    Thank you,

  2. You know, it’s really narrow minded to go around disregarding potential dates because of preconceived notions that there’s no way they could be kinky (re: why it’s best to date sex workers).

    I’m spicy vanilla and proud of it.

    Then again, I come from a family where my mother blurted out at tea last month, “You know, I hear the Japanese are really kinky!”

    Yes, we were all speechless while sipping our Darjeeling, but…

    Don’t ASSume that I have NOT talked to my relatives about kinkiness – I told my mother proudly in 1996 “My friend is working as a Domme, Mom”….

    She was cool with it and I went back to my copy of I Was a Teenage Dominitrix, to try and understand my friend better.

    I understand that there is a higher agenda here (i.e. the mainstream won’t publish my article about going to a sex worker, blah, blah blah so I’m going to make a major motion picture about it…)

    But you should really give people more credit.

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