Kinky Chats with Rhiannon Ayers

Rhiannon Ayers, BDSM Writers Con, Golden Flogger Award
Rhiannon Ayers
Golden Flogger Nominee
of
Saints United
Angel Without
Demon Within

 

Why did you begin writing BDSM novels?
Because I was tired of reading BDSM books that always focused on female subs, pain and impact play. D/s doesn’t have to include whips and crops and constant spankings. At its heart, it’s about power exchange. I wanted to showcase that, as well as submissive men. Sub men are beautiful, and they are severely underrepresented in the industry. My books feature submissive men as I see them—strong, devoted, caring individuals.
 
Do you participate in D/s activities or merely write about them?
We practice D/s at home. I have been in a 24/7 D/s relationship with my sub for 12 years.
 
Where did you get your information on this lifestyle? 
From my personal practice, mostly. I freely admit that it has been quite some time since I did research about the lifestyle, simply because it wasn’t necessary to live up to anyone else’s definitions about how the lifestyle should be lived. The only reason I truly “came out” was because of the books, and because I wanted readers to know I wasn’t writing from pure imagination. I write what I know, which is D/s. We don’t practice bondage, or impact play, or any kind of sadomasochism. My personal practice may not match so-called “standard” definitions, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t real. Just different. I hope that readers will look at my books and understand that there really are different ways to live the lifestyle. You don’t have to be into sadomasochism to be part of the LS. D/s is just as strong, just as compelling, and just as hot as whips and chains. Seeing a man that outweighs me by a hundred pounds drop to his knees of his own free will…seeing him make the choice to submit to me, not once, but over and over again…seeing him fight to stay still, not because he’s chained in place, but because my command is keeping him there…God, there is NOTHING better than the high from that. 

Where would
would you like to see the BDSM genre head? How will it get there?
More submissive men! We need to break the stereotypes that think sub men are weak, mewling little freaks that don’t have any will of their own. My sub is a strong alpha male. He only submits to me. I want people to learn more about this aspect of the LS. The only way we can do that is if more authors write about submissive men as they truly are.
 
What is the hardest part of writing your novel?
Actually sitting down to write, lol. I have a day job, a company that I own and run, and a family to oversee. Life often gets in the way of writing. I have a million stories running through my brain, and all of them want to get out. All I need is a copy of myself, so one of me can run the daily life and the other me can sit down and just write!

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