BDSM rules

Safe – you understand what you are doing, and are not putting anyone in
undue harm. Sane – you and your partner are both of sound mind. You are
sober and in control of your capabilities.
Consensual – everyone involved is a consenting adult who is not being
manipulated or coerced.
Avoid making assumptions.
Be honest.
Be self­-aware – know your own wishes, needs and limits.
Be tolerant:
Respect other people.
Respect other people’s relationships.
Respect other people’s sexuality.
Respect other people’s gender identity.
Always respect the safe word. If someone says RED, you STOP.
Respect limits.
Respect anonymity.
Don't scare the vanillas.
Dominant does not mean domineering.
Submissive does not mean a doormat.
The actions of the submissive or slave reflect on the dominant.
The choice of dominant reflects on the taste and values of the submissive.

Une possibilité d'orgasm, 2014  

Eve and Adam, 2015  

7, 2015 whips, rope, a snaffle, stirrups


Macgyver's Triangle, 2015 latex, bamboo cane, silver tape.

Whip Me!  

M's Wet Dream, 2015 70x80cm

Die Hard, 2015 2x 60x45cm


Origin of One Possible Orgasm 2014, 46x55cm