An explicit and very kinky art film sends a wide assortment of people out into the night…
with freshly awakened erotic desires! From the loving married couple to the swinging foursome; the quiet lesbians from down the block and the hot and bothered singles looking to hook up with someone new and exciting. Straight, gay, bi & just open to new experiences, no-holds are barred when lust gets sparked in the darkness of a downtown film house. There’s something for everyone in this unnamed movie – and in this sizzling collection of people looking to add something new and very spicy to their already happy sex lives.
A group of tales from heterosexual, homosexual, ménages, and lots of fetish and BDSM, you’ll find it all in this book. Unsettling and shocking for some, perhaps a kick in the pants for others, whatever toots your horn, be warned that the contents of the stories span many sexual fantasies.
“a frankly honest yet impassioned exploration of SM play between adults discovering it for the first time.”[/text_output][text_output]Blowfish: “A kinky art movie inspires the audience members — het and queer — to try some SM play of their own. Different from much SM smut in that it depicts actual consensual SM scenes between just plain folks rather than wild impossible fantasies, “The Catalyst” is both sweet-natured and nastily perverse. The “why don’t we give this kinky stuff a try” tone is a true delight.”
Laura Antoniou (born 1963) is an American novelist. She is the author of The Marketplace series of BDSM-themed novels.
Antoniou is also known for her work as an editor and pioneer on the field of contemporary erotic fiction and in particular as editor of lesbian erotica anthologies including the three volume Leather Women series, Some Women, By Her Subdued, No Other Tribute, and a collection of her own short stories and essays titled The Catalyst and Other Works.
-The John Preston Short Fiction award from the National Leather Association for her short story "That's Harsh," published in the e-book edition of The Slave.
-2011 NLA Lifetime Achievement Award