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Passion Plays: Marie & Jack & Damon & Hunter

A holiday double-header of works from Comstock Films, offering up tidings of love and joy in their ground-breaking series of documentaries about the passions of real-life lovers.



The one that started it all! Comstock Films' first feature is a glimpse inside the private sex-life of married adult stars Marie Silva (aka Aria) and Jack Bravo. (Directed by Tony Comstock, 2004, USA, 28 minutes.)



Sumptuous and richly detailed, this recent documentary is a truly intimate look at rising adult stars Damon DeMarco and Hunter James. Banned in Australia! (Directed by Tony Comstock, 2006, USA, 46 minutes.)


The director, Tony Comstock, will on hand for a Q&A discussion after the screening.


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Submit to CineKink !!


 "The really alternative film festival"

February 26 - March 2, 2008

Presented by CineKink, an organization dedicated to the recognition and encouragement of sex-positive and kink-friendly depictions in film and television, CineKink NYC is seeking films and videos, of any length and genre, that explore and celebrate the wide diversity of sexuality. We're looking to blur some boundaries and will be considering offerings drawn from both Hollywood and beyond, explicit or not, with works ranging from documentary to drama, camp comedy to hot porn - and everything in between.

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New poll: BDSM roles

There's been a fascinating discussion going on in the BDSM forum. RC asked what people thought of the concept of "anarchist kink," that is, kink that does not follow such orderly rules as kink often does. His first example was BDSM players who switch roles frequently instead of sticking to a "top" or "bottom" role pretty exclusively.

You can check out the forum here.

Meanwhile, I thought it would be interesting to know how people who use this site think of themselves in terms of BDSM roles. So you'll see there's a new poll on the sidebar. Tell us where you fall!

Then, contribute to the forum!  

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If you fantasize about or participate in any kind of BDSM play, which of the following is truest for you?

* I am always a top\n* I am usually a top\n* I am always a bottom\n* I am usually a bottom\n* I prefer to think of myself as a person who switches roles a lot.\n

Anarchist Kink

A few days ago, on her blog, the inimitable Mistress Matisse described her and her partner's BDSM play as "anarchist kink," meaning the typical dom/sub hierarchies don't really apply in their play. (Things are different with her clients, I'm sure.) In other words, as she writes, they switch a lot and are very kinky. Later she posted some video of some friends of hers that "take it to another level."

So, what do you think of anarchist kink as a concept? Some would say BDSM is anarchistic by nature, or at minimum subversive, a obvious rebuke to traditional social institutions and mores. Those who try BDSM realize that it's actually incredibly formal, as freaksexual has written, a level of intense formalization that says a lot about power in society and raises interesting questions about consensual power play.

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