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Thursday, 14 September 2017 06:20 AM Permalink

On the preferences and turn-offs question....

Consensually non-consensual---I like the drama, emotional engagement, sense of surrender, aesthetics, and utter sanity of this sort of play...30 minutes, no harm, no mercy, say. (OK, rougher stuff that's clearly fiction--Eda and others--is exciting, but I know that writing and reading are not harming.)

The aesthetic dimension is important--you know it when you see it--and I think Jac excels at this (Bea is lovely, and he knows how to display and light her beauty.) Juliette's recent photo is lovely (and where are those bastinado scenes, J?).

BJs on screen are an utter turn-off--I think they exist to satisfy producers and directors, not audience. Vibrators are way overdone.

I would love to have the material of mainstream movies that lands on the cutting room floor.

I think this forum is wonderful, and thanks Ralphus for hosting us!

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