Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Second Life's Adult Mainland Comes Alive: ZEXPO 2011 runs AUG 26 thru SEP 4

For Immediate Release
ZEXPO 2011 runs AUG 26 thru SEP 4
Celebrating the Adult Side of Second Life: Zindra and Beyond

ZEXPO is an annual convention/tradeshow/festival that takes place on a large region known as ZEXPO Island on the 'A' rated mainland of Zindra, in the virtual world of Second Life. The Island features a new large event every season and the ZEXPO show itself is an exciting convergence of merchants, performers, artists, play areas, famous personalities, speciality organisations and everything that represents SL's sophisticated adult side. ZEXPO is very inclusive and very innovative, mixing creativity and inspiration with business networking, education and hope for the future.

The concept of ZEXPO 2011 (and other events on the island) is one of positive PR and outreach for the adult mainland of Zindra. While Zindra is 'adult' land, it does not contain only 'adult content' (though adult content is certainly permitted.) and is often known as the most liberating place in SL. While ZEXPO 2011 is about promoting Zindra, it also welcomes non-Zindran content in an effort to cross-promote interests and reach out across more of Second Life and beyond. Some believe that a healthy adult mainland means a healthy adult SL which means a healthy SL.

This year's show features an emphasis on Creative and Active Investment, Adult Sophistication and a fun 'Forbidden Carnival' theme. Other innovations include a hotel booking system, where attendees will be able to obtain accomodations for the show's duration, a plethora of exciting Attractions and Mini-Events, and a Forbidden Float Contest, where exhibitors can create moving parade floats.



First Contacts:
Show Producer: Ginette Pinazzo
Exhibitors Information: Bady Boozehound
Presented by Zindra Expo group

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Review: The Femdom Hunt by Z&A Productions

The Femdom Hunt in Second Life ran April 15th to April 30th and was produced by Vila Pixelmaid, Zardia Avindar and Antony Fairport of Z&A Productions. I wanted to take a moment to commend the event's team for an amazingly professional approach and experience. From my perspective, the buildup and planning were well though-out and delivered. A perpetual topic for me with event planning: communication. The Femdom Hunt team were excellent communicators, with sometimes daily updates and much appreciated 'nagging'. A sensible planning time and perfect pace meant the buildup never felt rushed and was always relaxed. These qualities seem so rare in Second Life event planning and I'd be thrilled to work with this team one day in the future. Congratulations to the Femdom Hunt team. I loved every moment of my involvement and hope to see the organisation do even more in the future!
The Femdom Hunt Blog

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

WDI: Women Drummers International

The Mission of Women Drummers International is to empower women and girls in all aspects of their lives through the message of the drum, which represents not only a musical experience, but a cultural and healing experience as well. We believe that we are participating in a global movement of women drummers at this time on the planet. Women Drummers International is committed to creating a positive and empowering environment for women to teach, learn, and perform this incredible art form.
See the Women Drummers International Website Now

Friday, May 20, 2011

Three New Slave-Submitted Stories

We just added three new stories to the 'Slave-Submitted Stories' section of the Future Femdom site. There are so many stories collected it will take a long tiem to catch up!
Read the latest stories now!
And congratulations to the lovely little writers!

Friday, May 13, 2011

Wind Me Up: Art Exhibit by Stephanie Helstein

An interesting exhibit by Second Life artist Stephanie Helstein, Wind Me Up explores issues if Woman self-image and self-identity, and poses natural questions about assumed behaviors of the past. At the Auggers Photo Gallery from May 7 through June 6.
See Wind Me Up by Stephanie Helstein now

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Samurai Tokyo Spring Art Festival

Help the Japanese Red Cross and celebrate Japanese culture at the same time in Second Life during this incredible week-long festival!

From yoko Ireto:

Samurai Tokyo Spring Art Festival


Starting Sunday the 8th of May and for a whole week, Samurai Tokyo Mall will host the following 10 SL / RL artists, showcasing a variety of styles and techniques: photography, paintings, fractal art, sculpure....

- Aelin Quan
- Alexith Destiny
- Carlotta Ceawlin
- Cai Denimore
- Kayly Iali
- Korgi Lerwick
- Leonae Peretz
- Milly Sharple
- Soraya Till
- Yoko Ireto

The central stage will also host various SL events inspired by Japanese culture, such as Geisha Art of entertainment, CS:I Combat demonstrations and initiations, Role play classes. A list of all events and times will be available on site!

Most importantly, all proceeds from sales during the whole week will be donated to the Japan Red Cross. All donations will be matched by KatanaBlade Anubis, Founder of C:SI, up to $1000 American dollars.

Thankyou for helping.

Looking forward to seeing you at Samurai Tokyo Spring Art Festival to enjoy some of the many forms af Art and give a much needed support to Japan...

From yoko Ireto:

Samurai Tokyo Spring Art Festival

5-6 PM Slt Ninja demonstrations Daily

More events will be updated as they apply.

Silver Csak and Yoko Ireto