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Very Kinky Girls, Meet Mistress Elena Hexthorn

UK Adult Zone meets Mistress Elena Hexthorn to discuss the inspiration for her debut anthology of kinky erotica entitled: VERY KINKY GIRLS

Very Kinky Girls

 

Very Kinky Girls is a collection of short, extremely dirty satirical stories.

It is a debut sampler of 7 tales of erotic wildness.

Cloaked in the anonymity of London, each girl embraces all aspects of their own explicit fantasies in each tale. “Very Kinky Girls” is a book for any girl who wants to understand the mindset of kinky thinking. But it’s also for guys that like the kind of girls that think that way.

 

Meet the Author

Writing has always been one of my top forms of communication. Over the course of the past twenty years it has been central to getting the right information across to people to ensure they understood what my event “London Fetish Fair” really was.

In those years, I needed there to be an environment for everyone from dyed-in-the-wool kinksters or beginners to all feel welcome and unjudged.

This spurned me on to start getting educated about all aspects of writing and I found myself spending over a decade in night school.

I learned screenwriting, short story writing, costume design, film production and even TV presenting.

All these types of education helped me step back and look at different ways to get a better, more helpful message across to my fellow kinky people within the community.

But other things needed to be considered too. To me, nothing defines a person more succinctly than their own personal kinks. We live in a culture that doesn’t even recognise us as an actual minority of a type of sexuality.

We’ve put up with years of stereotyping. I think we are one of the most well balanced cultures out there. It’s always been a luxury to be a part of the fetish scene. Issues like whether you were gay, straight, poly, mono, black or white, TS, TV or bi, pup, slave, whatever you felt like that day or still undecided were not considered dividing qualities within our group.

To be totally honest with you, I stopped seeing those differences well over 2 decades ago, if not longer. I felt life has always been a lot more progressive in the company of people who chose to define their minds and bodies beyond that.

You are what you are, and it was meant to be and that’s that. Now let’s get on with the rest of what we need to do with our lives to move forward.

I have always felt an undertone from the thousands of emails I have received over the years that people were nervous or sometimes upset about exploring their true kinky self.

All of the characters in the book make absolutely no apologies for who they are, what they like and what they want to do.

I don’t believe I ever once touched on the reasoning for why they were the way that they were, because to me; no person needs to justify their sexuality.

My guidelines are always simply that everyone is over 18, has their own mind and is free to explore. It’s all consensual.

Even though there are a lot of fantasy elements within the book, like vampires and werewolves, I still based my characters on my own experience and people I have played with during the course of my life. I added those types of characters as I find them mysterious and I love the idea of them.

I have seen a lot of situations where people have been eaten up by self-recrimination for being kinky and that’s not the way forward. True, trying something new can be scary and exhilarating at the same time. It’s also true, it is going to alter your perspective on the way you think. But the doesn’t mean the core of an individual will ever change. And there’s no reason not to be explorative.

The mainstream media around us can be very negative and unhelpful. They want us to fit in a certain visual or mental type of box. But they don’t live with us, they don’t pay our bills and their opinion doesn’t really matter that much.

What really matters to me is that people find the self-belief in themselves to pursue those dreams and fantasies in life that make them get those glorious rushes of feeling truly alive.

London is a wonderful, anonymous canvas for us all to explore our fantasies. We have a very high intelligence quota within the fetish scene and we have all the resources we need to figure it all out.

I suppose I wrote the book to encourage people to pursue their own sexual and mental freedom, without the need to explain it to anyone else.

I wouldn’t say my characters are all hedonists entirely.

Perhaps a few of them are.

I look at them as more like sexual astronauts, all prepared to step off the precipice, in order to get closer to the reality of finding their true selves. To me, that empowers any fetishist or kinky person and I am all for it.

I had a several reports after the book was published from some of the readers that they were very turned on whilst reading the book. That was good to know. Because the human brain has a vast propensity for sexual pleasure. Sex is not just a body type. A good orgasm doesn’t need to just hang off the end of your extremities. Great sex will stay with you for days, weeks, or perhaps the rest of your life. Everyone deserves to have that.

It’s not the easiest thing in the world to be born kinky, but it’s a gift and an advantage.

Use it and use it wisely! I hope the stories in the book will act as a gateway for people to start exploring for themselves all that is possible, and what is possible is vast. The door is open, you just have to walk through it.

Very Kinky GirlsAvailable worldwide in print or download at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Very-Kinky-Girls-Stories-Seductive-ebook/dp/B01CSNIWEC

The book is also soon to be available on audible, read by Mistress Hexthorn

Getting to Know Mistress Elena Hexthorn

Twitter: @ElenaHexthorn @Heatherydoune @London_Fetish

See my Profile at UK Adult Zone

 

 

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