On Gods and Found Femdom

© 'Krystal & Cody, "On Becoming a God..." (still)'

‘Found Femdom’ is a term Unspeakable Axe coined on his blog for femdom themes (blatant or inadvertent) discovered in the mainstream media. I’m stealing it because it’s such a good catch-all.

I’m posting more mainstream ‘found femdom‘ content that may be of interest to you: After ending up down some rabbit holes of goodness this snippet came to my attention.

This clip is from “On Becoming A God In Central Florida” with the highly underrated Kirsten Dunst. It’s a series on Showtime, the executive producer was George Clooney: Read into that whatever you like after seeing … Continue Reading

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Women kicking arse :D

© 'Zoe Bell 'BOSS BITCH FIGHT CHALLENGE' (stills)' by Zoe Bell

New Zealand stuntwoman Zoe Bell and friends got together(ish) for this ‘women kicking arse’ clip and it’s SO GOOD.

It’s five fabulous minutes of over-the-top faux-smackery by Bell, other stunt doubles, and some famous faces including Lucy Lawless, Scarlett Johansson, Cameron Diaz, Juliette Lewis, Drew Barrymore, Rosie Perez, Darryl Hannah, and Margot Robbie.

Gotta admit, I’ve watched it several times and still can’t identify all of those folks in it :).

Either way, it is utterly utterly glorious :)).

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Unexpected femdommery on film

This short femdom film is such a wonderful surprise: Displaying a really gentle touch in portraying an older woman who is new to BDSM, who is exploring, who is unsure and nervous. There are many such brave and fabulous women out there.

It’s written and directed by Julia Kennelly, and stars the amazing Rachel Dratch who I suspect many of you will recognise.

It’s classed as a comedy, but it’s not played for laughs. It’s fun and sweet, and also full of pathos and tenderness. Both for her and the beautiful submissive boy she meets.

It’s deliciously awkward and realistic, … Continue Reading

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Wonder Woman is glorious

'General Antiope ~/~ Wonder Woman ~/~ Queen Hippolyta'

**  Spoilers **

Wonder Woman is glorious. Glorious.

That is the perfect word for how I felt watching it. I cried, I laughed, I loved it.

It’s glorious in a way that makes me so very happy. The central character, the supporting cast, the Amazons (oh my god, the Amazons!), the movie as a whole.

I don’t review movies here, that’s not what this blog is for, but I talked about Furiosa for the same reason I am talking about Wonder Woman: Action movies starring women, aw yeah!

It makes me delighted to know that little kids will grow up … Continue Reading

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The fabulous Stella Gibson

** SPOILERS! **

I’ve just watched Season 1 of The Fall.

It amuses me greatly that Jamie Dornan is essentially playing the next chapter of Christian Grey as a stalkery creep, only in this iteration he actually kills the women he stalks.

But that’s not why I’m mentioning it.

I’m mentioning it for the very brief liaison Gillian Anderson’s character, Stella Gibson, has with a young detective. It’s really short, but you’ll see why I loved it.

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