mustlovefetish

The Must Love Fetish podcast shines a light on real people living with mild to wild fetishes or kinks.

This weekly podcast hosted by professional online Dominatrix & phone sex operator, SweetlySensual_Sara, features an interview style format to help better understand the psychology behind certain fetishes & kinks, & what it is like to live with one.

A LITTLE ABOUT ME:

I’m Sara and I like to refer to “Must Love Fetish” as the ‘kinky podcast for vanilla folk’

HOW I GOT INTO DOING THIS:

It took me a good year to find the courage to answer the phone, and when I finally did, I ended up falling in love with it completely. I never could have predicted that at the age of 30 I would discover my real calling. Phone sex, surprisingly, was not what I had imagined it to be. I quickly appreciated that times have changed and that phone sex no longer was about sharing a crummy booth with twenty other girls (all with curlers in hair and cigarettes dangling from their mouths.) Au contraire, phone sex amazed me and left me stupefied by the misconception I had of it.

The majority of my callers want to mostly talk about their fetishes and are looking for escapism – a way to explore their sexual secrets and real desires without having to deal with the fear of being shunned. I have been doing phone sex for almost two years and have gradually built up a very dedicated clientele for myself. These are all men that I thoroughly enjoy talking to and our sessions usually last on average about an hour. My adoration for my work and my clients has taken me on a pleasurable journey and has afforded me the opportunity to talk to and get to know some of the most remarkable people imaginable. I have spoken to people from all walks of life – people in finance, the arts, doctors, lawyers, the fortunate, the not so fortunate, the married, the divorced, the widowed, the somewhat vanilla, the extra kinky – and as diverse as these people are, I quickly realized that they all have one thing in common – and that is that they all need someone to talk to about their fetishes and kinks. They need a way to express their sexuality without restrictions or the unpleasant feeling of judgment.

As a result of my work as a phone sex operator, I have been led on my own path of self-discovery and wanting to gain a better understanding of these different fetishes and kinks – so much so that I have made the decision to obtain my PhD in Human Sexuality with an eventual emphasis on the male gender and fetishes. What makes me stand out from the rest of them, is the fact that I have a sincere curiousity and consideration for my callers and listeners and am always looking for up-to-date and thought-provoking approaches to help and engage them. I am thrilled to call myself a student of sexology and am looking forward to one day having my own professional in-person practice. Since starting work as a phone sex operator, I believe that I have gotten to know myself better and for the past two years have been non-stop researching, studying, and getting involved with different fetish and kink communities across the world. I have this website that I am very proud of and my podcast “Must Love Fetish” was specifically created to help people understand fetishism better. I realized that there are a lot of people out there who will never have the opportunity to pick up a phone to do a call, so this is for the silent ones who would like to learn more about themselves without having to take the leap. It is my biggest hope to help my clients and listeners who are seeking answers for themselves, or even those who are seeking answers for a loved one, to eventually find those answers by listening to Must Love Fetish. It is my goal to help my clients uncover their true sexual capabilities, to live the life that they are truly worthy of, and to help them find that one thing that could lead to a path of greater self-discovery.

I hope that you’ll consider being on the show in order to educate and inform others so together we may create a more sex-positive society from here on out.

I have interviewed many different people with many different fetishes and kinks. Some fetishes/kinks that I have had on the show include: coulrophilia (clown fetish), rubber masks, fembot, cuckold, swinging, BDSM, Financial Domination, and sissy boys, to name a few.

My interviews are all conducted over Skype and last between 30 minutes and an hour.

You may listen to the podcast here:

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**Please feel free to visit my website at mustlovefetish.com
Thanking you in advance for your time.
Kinky regards,
Sara xo

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Most recently, Colin co-founded Boodigo.com, a privacy-focused adult internet search engine that supports the adult industry in many ways.

An eloquent, witty and thought-provoking commentator, Colin is a frequent contributor to industry trade publications and websites, including Adult Video News and other media outlets. He has been interviewed by and featured on International Business Times, CNBC, Rolling Stone Magazine, BBC Television, the Fox Network, HBO, ABC Nightline, NewsCorp, Time and Wired magazines, Cnet.com and Bnet.com.Most recently, Colin was awarded the 2015 Progressive Leadership of the Year XBIZ Executive Award.
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