A conversation among three wonderful individuals that addresses how to be an ally to women and empowering the ones you have in your life. Moderated by Miss Nookie.

Note: If you purchase this episode you will also receive access to all 9 webinars from International Kinky Women’s Day!


Key Barrett MSc

I’ve spent years interviewing people in Female Led Relationships as well as couples that engage in male chastity (keybolder/keyheld). My research is relationship-first and focuses on practical applications and emotional benefits of FLR and chastity.

I am sex positive and kink positive but my research is meant for vanilla couples as much as kinky ones. all relationships benefit from increased cooperation, unity and support!

HiThereCatsuit

HiThereCatsuit – it’s what people say when they see me, because of my choice of apparel at play parties. Now, Catsuit is what most of my friends call me. I have been an accomplished member of the media for more years than I can count. I have been part of the scene on and off for the last 9 years or so, but a regular player for only the last 8 months here in Cleveland.

My “superpower” is bringing people together, both in real life and online. As a gentleman in the scene (we do exist!) my passion for people, empathy and kindness, has launched a community here in Cleveland called #theoneswechoose, made up entirely of friends who share my passions of doing what is right and being kind to each other. The group has expanded into other cities. From that success, I am launching kinkLAND TV – a discord channel for all of NE Ohio. And when it comes to the power of women, and the joy of knowing them, I have been a long time advocate of women’s issues especially in the sports world having worked in women’s sports for a significant part of my career.

Matthew Nichol

I am 46; I have been learning and growing within the local BDSM community for the past 20 plus years (though 12 of those years were spent focusing on family with my wife whom I met in the community).

Currently, I am serving on the elected Board of AIRS (Augusta Iron Rose Society) as Chairman. I enjoy serving on the Board; it allows me to give back to the BDSM community that has shown me such acceptance and has allowed me to grow as an individual that societal norms would hardly allow or tolerate.

I consider myself genderfluid. I’ve always felt I didn’t belong in either gender; I’m neither a man’s man -yet I do enjoy being a guy- nor am I especially effeminate -yet when I crossdress I yearn to be as female as possible. As a crossdresser, I have been dressing at least since the 7th grade. I have always been drawn to emulate the female form, dress, and mannerisms.

My greatest role models have been women (women who showed me the virtues of love, compassion, intelligence, perseverance, tenacity, inventiveness, among many other traits), whereas male role models in my life have been lacking. As such, since I was a child, I’ve been wanting to know what it is to be a woman. Of course, as a biological male, I often sorely miss the mark. But that does not keep me from trying.

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