Monday, November 29, 2010
I can highly recommend a new exhibit by Scylla Rhiadra, currently showing in Second Life. Is This Turning You On? is part of the 16 Days of Activism in SL event, a full schedule of intriguing performances and presentations.
From Scylla's introduction:
This exhibit asks a very simple question about role play that simulates gender violence in Second Life. This question, reiterated in slightly different ways throughout the exhibit, is directed most particularly at those who assume the role of abuser, rapist, or killer, in the course of role playing sexual violence. Most starkly expressed, it is this:
Why is it that you are so turned on by the thought of violence?
New Exhibit: Is This Turning You On?
This exhibit is a very frank and direct exploration of simulations of gender violence in Second Life. It contains highly graphic depictions and descriptions of extreme sexual violence that may be offensive, disturbing, or triggering. Please do NOT enter this exhibit if such material is likely to disturb you unduly.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Hre is the cover and inside spread of the NOV 2010 Future Femdom Catalog and Guide, containing all of the teleports you will need to shop, play and explore in the city of Future Femdom.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
We train men to be worshipers at Future Femdom, not servants or 'pets'. Worship means active, and that's why I like to say Future Femdom has the most 'user-friendly' slaves anywhere. Men that don't sit around, passively, awaiting orders. The men here are taught to learn our moods, whims and preferences, and anticipate. They are taught to listen so well, they notice what we do and provide immediate worship that is appropriate at that time. It takes some time to teach them this, but the result is worth it. In the end, it's all about our convenience. A man should not be 'work'. There existence should complement our lives, so they can be intuitively avalaible as playthings. User-Friendly!