Let’s Talk: Taboo Kinks – Race Play, Racial Humiliation and Racism in Today’s World. Part II

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WARNING – This video contains references to racial slurs which could be offensive.

A few weeks ago, I posted part I of a chat about racial play and humiliation with four other Dominatrices from the UK, USA and Asia. It was very important for Me to connect with other like-minded Women and discuss this openly.

Part one can be watched here but check out part two of the chat below.

References made to screenshots and conversations with the community can be found here.

Safe, sane and consensual race play and humiliation

It’s important to always remember the practice of taboo kinks must be consensual. These are risky, taboo and extreme fetishes that can trigger deep emotions within an individual.

If you’re a Dominatrix, please make sure your submissive has consented to all play each time. There is a difference between posting something triggering on your public social media for all to see, not just your followers, and keeping your interactions in a private space that is purely for the two (or more) of you. In a private space, there really is no limit to what you can explore.

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Miss Foxx, London UK: @MissFoxx_FD

Mistress Mia Darque, Oklahoma USA: @BitchPuddin30

Madame Margherite, LA & New York USA: @MadamMargherite

Goddess Kihima, Sheffield UK: @KihimaMariJane

Mistress Eva Oh, Bali Indonesia, Singapore & Hong Kong: @youwillpleaseME

What are your experiences with race, race play and humiliation as a fetish? Have any questions or concerns? Let us know in the comments!

Also, if you have other topics you’d like us to discuss, we want to know!

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4 responses to “Let’s Talk: Taboo Kinks – Race Play, Racial Humiliation and Racism in Today’s World. Part II”

  1. I have learnt so much from watching your discussions. Each person spoke so eloquently and with passion that it was so clear to follow and learn from your experiences. Thank you all!

  2. Loved it! Great discussion and really liked how it looked deep into the issue I did not just start labeling people… Insightful points made by everyone…

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