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Kim Petras says her latex VMAs mask was a protest against OnlyFans banning nudity

BDSM Media News Posted on Sat, October 23, 2021 01:16:58

‘The world needs sex workers, and the world needs sex.’

Source: Etalk.ca.

CANADA – We can all admit that Kim Petras is the princess of electro bubblegum pop, but we also must admit that she is an artist who is not afraid to showcase her stance on social issues. Instead of just posting an Instagram story defending sex workers utilizing OnlyFans as a new source of income, Kim, being the bold fearless artist she is, showcased her beliefs on the VMAs red carpet. Can we get a signature Kim Petras “Woo-Ah” in here?

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“At that time, the OnlyFans stuff was going down where they were banning sex workers,” Kim explained. “I am very sex-positive. The world needs sex workers, and the world needs sex. Anything that’s ‘taboo’ and considered as that by people, I want to push that and put that on the red carpet and be like ‘this can also be beautiful.’” 

At the awards, Kim rocked a unique piece by the London-based designer, Richard Quinn. The look incorporated an intricate beaded dress that showcased a giant cross on the chest over top of a dominatrix black latex full-body suit.

At the time of the 2021 VMAs, OnlyFans announced it would be banning material deemed as sexually explicit. When the news started to make waves, many celebrities and influencers showed their support towards the sex industry, which caused OnlyFans to retract their statement only six days later via Twitter.

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“I spent my entire childhood on my computer dreaming of being a part of the world I wanted to be in and being an artist,” she said, reflecting on how she’s always dreamed of performing at the VMAs.

“Moving to LA with $500 by myself and then now performing at the VMAs – it was all worth it. It came true and that’s such a beautiful thing.”

Not only did Kim make a statement that night, but she also made history by being the first-ever transgender woman to perform at the coveted award show.

VMAs aside, Kim is dominating 2021 by making appearances at Lollapalooza and the fashion event of the year, The Met Gala. This year, she wore a Collina Strada dress paying homage to the designer’s inner horse girl by wearing a 3D horse on her chest.

When Kim Petras isn’t turning heads on red carpets, she is making the electrifying bops we truly need for our souls. She finally released the music video for the end-of-summer party anthem “Future Starts Now” and she gave us what we needed without leaving a drop. 

“I’ve been working on being a good songwriter and would write ten songs a day after school.” A lot has changed since writing songs in her childhood bedroom. With her new musical era, she says, “this music deserves to be heard by as many people as possible and I think this is the right moment.”

When speaking of the process behind making the music video, “I need to climb the Eiffel tower and dance on it. That’s just an image that I had in my brain that I needed to happen no matter what.” We expect nothing less and that’s why we love you, Petras.



Real-life dominatrix: Did Kim Kardashian or Madonna wear BDSM best?

BDSM Media News Posted on Sun, September 19, 2021 04:04:28

Source: NYpost.com.

USA – Those trendy red carpets at the VMAs and the Met Gala are known for hot, cutting-edge fashion — and the stars who attended both bashes flaunted a variety of looks that were razor sharp.

Or should we say whip smart? At least three women celebs wore risqué numbers inspired by the titillating world of the dominatrix at Sunday’s 2021 VMAS. The black leather fest came a day after Kim Kardashian channeled “The Gimp” from the 1994 movie “Pulp Fiction” while entering a Manhattan hotel ahead of Monday’s “American Independence” Met Gala.

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But, according to two real-life dominatrixes in NYC, not all the BDSM-inspired ensembles were created equal. They applauded a couple of the kinky get-ups and dismissed another as “Dominatrix Light.” One blasted the zip-eyed hood sported by the multi-millionaire ex of Kanye West as “cheap” and “something you’d buy from Amazon.”

So, how would socialites Kim Kardashian, her older sister, Kourtney, singer-songwriter Kim Petras and showbiz veteran Madonna fare in a dungeon full of masochists? The Post asked Mistress Marley and Mistress Kimi Inch to rate each of their trendy styles.

Which suggestive garb would have their paying guest quaking in his boots? And which would be as intimidating as a highly flammable Halloween costume from the bargain rail at Ricky’s?

Marley and Inch gave the curvy mom-of-four a firm thumbs down for her “inauthentic” top-to-toe leather creation. Marley said the ill-fitting hood was “too loose and like a shower cap” while Inch ventured it was purchased from Amazon and had “restrictive” eye slits which could cause an unladylike stumble. “Did she have someone leading her by a leash?” Inch quipped. “Because how can you even see in that thing? The only advantage is that she didn’t need to do her makeup.”

The pair also criticized 40-year-old Kardashian’s trench coat – an item no working dominatrix would wear. “She must be dying from heat exhaustion in there,” added Inch. “While I’m impressed by her pushing boundaries, it just feels like she is trying too hard.” Marley concluded: “The whole thing comes across as a gimmick.”

Note: Kim’s controversial full-face mask look at Monday’s Met Gala eschewed black leather in favor of softer fabrics — but her look still dominated the event’s beige carpet with a highly “I am very in charge here” vibe.

Madonna at the 2021 VMAs

Neither dominatrix could fault the raunchy bustier which complimented the enviable figure of the 63-year-old “Vogue” singer. “She has the quintessential liquid leather look and I can see myself wearing it for a play session,” said Marley, adding that Madonna’s biker cap was the perfect suggestive accessory.  “Her outfit showed off her bum and legs and it’s clear that she’s proud of her figure. There’s a lot of cleavage on show, which pulls the whole thing together.”

Kimi Inch, who explained that Madonna’s 1992 “Erotica” album sparked her interest in BDSM when she was in middle school, said the mega star “nailed it” with her plunging bodysuit, fishnet tights and Louboutin heels. “All she needed was a riding crop or a flogger in her hand,” said the Texas transplant by way of NYC.

Kourtney Kardashian’s VMAs corset

Inch also admired leather-clad Kourtney for her nod to the frequently misunderstood world of the dominatrix. However, she felt the 42-year-old “could have pushed the envelope further.” Inch said: “It would have been more fun if she’d shown up in knee-high boots instead of heels.”

“The whole thing comes across as Dominatrix Light,” Marley agrees, explaining that the look would better suit a trendy nightclub than a cellar full of chains and handcuffs. “It’s nice and cute — but it doesn’t spell dominatrix to me.” She recommended the addition of a spike-studded choker to add a sexy taste of BDSM.

Kim Petras’ latex balaclava

The dominatrixes were divided on the 29-year-old’s outfit, which was dominated by a latex balaclava that completely covered her platinum blonde hair. Marley liked the liquid-looking mask but described the rest of the ensemble as “absolutely horrible.”

She said the “frumpy” dress reminded her of the TV show “Little House on the Prairie” and the white shoes needed to be replaced by black leather boots. “It’s like Kim’s saying: ‘OK, I want to look like a dominatrix, but I’m not confident enough so I’m going to throw on this hideous dress.’”

Inch, meanwhile, leapt to Petras’ defense. “She’s creating some kind of duality with what looks like a religious garment over the top of a latex bodysuit which suggests an erotic energy,” she said. But she did concede that, in common with Kim Kardashian, the talented German — who sported a more demure “cowgirl” look at the Met Gala — must have been overheated. “Latex isn’t breathable so she probably sweated off 20 pounds over the course of the evening.”