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


Race play and racial humiliation are two of the most taboo kinks practiced in BDSM. The world’s finally waking up to what racism is but racism itself, is hugely misunderstood. Inevitably, that translates into judgement on how we use race as the basis for play in a session or in a Domme/sub relationship.

Talking and listening is the key to understanding

Myself and four Dominatrices from the UK, USA and Asia got together to discuss this kink. We talked about how we’ve dealt with racism, race itself and how we use it to educate ourselves and our submissives in safe and consensual BDSM.

Check out part one of the chat below. Part two is coming soon.

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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 I”

  1. I completely understand this white guilt, but you can also take ownership of it and use your kink space to understand the relationships between us all too. Use the submissive to learn why he feels as he feels, and then understand about the world as a whole. Good luck Miss Dee Meaner.

  2. Miss Dee Meaner says:

    I’ve been approached about race play before but I’ve always said it’s not for me. I don’t know whether I’m too scared of being judged (Because while it would be consensual it’s still so taboo) or whether it’s my own white guilt that makes me shy away. Watching your discussion has made me open to possibly dipping my toe into this fetish because I can do it without the slurs, which would’ve been my main objection. Thank you all for educating me. I’m going to go watch part 2 straight away!

  3. Thank you for watching and I am very pleased you found it helpful. Stay tuned for part 2 coming soon!

  4. This was so great. I’ve always been terrified of the judgement from others for doing race play with a Dom but at the end of the day all that matters is what I like. Thanks for doing this Superior Goddesses.

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