I’ve been quietly going inward these past few years, but I’m slowly emerging back on Twitter and Instagram (here and there).

Every now and then you might find me on a podcast or in the press.


  1. Grow Big Always: A dominatrix smokes toad venom and loses her ego. This was the very podcast interview I’ve ever done. I talk about my experience on 5meodmt as well as my experiences as a Dominatrix. It was here that I realize how amazing it feels to put my voice out there. This podcast also inspired me and got me thinking about starting my own podcast..
  2. Touchpoint: Getting in Touch with your Fantasies with Colette Pervette. This was the first time I met Jared, the host of Touchpoint. He’s a sweetie, but Jesus, I wish I brought my gag with me. If you can listen through to the end, there is a payoff moment when I got to quiet him with my burst of passion.
  3. APEX Radio. The After Dark Show with Domina Colette.  I remember really enjoying doing this live radio interview. I hope you listen to this one.
  4. Mindlove: The surprising psychology of BDSM with Colette Pervette. Melissa, the host, did a great job of asking the right questions to dial into the psychology of BDSM.


  1. “52 Hours at Breakup Bootcamp” in NY Times. This was the very first workshop I led. It was an incredible and revelatory experience. And it was written up in the NY Times.
  2. “A Bootcamp Promises to ‘Heart Hack’ the Sting of Breakups” in Playboy.  I think it was here that I topped the writer, Beatrice, and I might have taken my bra off and smothered her with my breasts?
  3. Can a shaman cure my fear of normalcy?” in Vogue. My giant crush, Karley Sciortino, wrote about her experience being exposed to my “polyglamorous” relationship and psychedelic lifestyle.
  4.  “5 Sex Workers Describe How They Came out to Their Families” in  Attn.com. Here I talk about my experience being outed by my sister to my mom.
  5. “9 sexworkers on their lives in the wake of FOSTA” in  Huffington Post. I was a little disappointed how my words got distorted here. If you want, you can read what I actually wrote and how it got decontextualized by the writer.