Wanna Do BDSM on TV?

Screen-shot-2012-08-23-at-8-56-55-PM_001A New York based television show is looking for couples who want to spice up their love lives… and share it all with the public. Ever wanted to do femdom on reality television?

I get all sorts of requests and PR suggestions in my inbox, and my first response is usually to delete, but this one caught my eye. I talked with one of the producers further and they’re making a sincere effort to give it a shot.

They’re also looking for active-in-the-lifestyle BDSM consultants, so who knows, maybe Miss Pearl will be on cable next year. 😛

The pitch:

WANT TO SPICE UP YOUR LOVE LIFE?

Is your sex life too vanilla?  Do you want something different?  Inspired by the 50 Shades of Grey craze, Magilla Entertainment and a major cable network are looking for couples who want to add a little more spice to their relationship for 21 days.  This series will document the couple as they go on this transformative journey of finding ways to improve their sex life with the help of an expert.  Following the “21 Day Myth” in which people can mentally and physically make changes after this certain time period, this docu-series will capture the excitement and the fears of the couple as they test out this new lifestyle change.  If you are interested, contact us ASAP at castingdirector@magilla.tv with “SEX LIFE” in the subject along with your names, ages, location, occupation, contact numbers, recent photos and a brief paragraph about why you want to change your sex life.

So, anyone want to take the plunge?

(Not a paid advert)

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4 Comments

  1. How awesome it would be for the Femdom/FLM aspect to BDSM to be showcased in a show or movie. I’m convinced that the is a significant population of people (like Mistress K. and I) that practice female domination in a loving, otherwise “normal” relationship. I hope this happens and that it catches on!

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  2. I got this email as well. I do hope it’s not horrific, but I can’t help imagining a ‘nice vanilla couple’ trying out ‘that freaky stuff’ with lots of ‘ewww’-ing and lip curling and sensationalism about all the weirdos.

    I could be wrong, but unless it’s for the BBC or SBS, I just can’t see it coming out any other way: reality television isn’t exactly known for it’s even-handed restraint and quality.

    Ferns

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    • I’m with you. I cringe about things like this where vanilla mainstream people take something that means so much to me and pretend to do it… And then end up being ignorant and terrible about it.

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