Kayvon Zand: I think what freaks people out is that you can’t just dismiss me. They can dismiss my image, but when I open my mouth, I have something to say. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Kayvon Zand Interview
“I just wanted to find films that didn’t have that message. Films that showed that it was okay to explore these different, divergent paths.” … Continue readingA Dispatch from a Dark Corner: Lisa Vandever of CineKink
In the meantime, eat some cookies, drink some eggnog or cider or hot chocolate, stop worrying about your calorie intake, watch schmaltzy movies, hang out with your loved ones, and be merry! Focus on love and respect and being a good human being. We need as many of them as we can get right now. … Continue reading…big news is coming… (also links)
Te scene was an intense mélange of over-the-top fashion statements, artful nudity, impossibly glamorous makeup, and performance art, all mixed in with strobe lights, fog machines, and the museum’s exhibits (which included a bouncy castle made of inflatable boobs). Afterward, I talked to Kayvon Zand about where the party fits into the New York nightlife scene, self-expression, art, and (obviously) sex. … Continue readingA Dispatch from a Dark Corner: Kayvon Zand
In the cut of the interview that made it onto Nerve, we discussed sex work, sex education, spanking, dirty talk, boobs, squirting, train boners, and a lot more. … Continue reading“Dispatches from a Dark Corner” is born at Nerve.com!