Episode 6: Dawnamatrix and Fifty Shades of Grey

Episode 6 features Dawn Mostow of Dawnamatrix Designs! We talk for about 10 minutes about topics from her latex creations, (including inflatable animal tails for all of you rubber furries!)to the elements of her designs and green elements of her business to her mom chaperoning her at Fetish Factory Parties and how she got into latex and more!

Then we get down to the nitty gritty: Fifty Shades of Grey. We both read the book in recent weeks and discuss it. So first of all: there will be SPOILERS in this episode! We discuss everything in the book, the lack of kinky sex, the jeans, sweatpants, whiny protagonists, things we liked about the book, and many more things that made us laugh!

This won’t give you all of the information you need about the literary sensation that has sold 40 million copies, but it will tell you a bit about Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, their ridiculous romance, it’s absurd ending and slave contracts! We’ll even talk a bit about the book’s connections with Twilight as well as the works of Thomas Hardy and of course Fifty Shades Halloween costumes! If you ever wanted to know what a domme and a latex designer think about Fifty Shades of Grey, this is the show for you. Or if you just want to hear Dawn do her best Gilbert Gottfried impersonation. We’ll have Part 2 up in the next few days.

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If you want another look at Fifty Shades of Grey Halloween costumes, here is a quick video:

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