Jaki Griot gives us the real talk on femme dominants on ep 169 of American Sex Podcast. In the kink world, they’re often disrespected, devalued, and held to higher standards than their masculine counterparts. Femme doms of color, even more so. This undercurrent is present in lifestyle play, sex work, and community leadership. Jaki talks about their experiences both in the lifestyle and in sex work, how default world misogyny skews these D/s dynamics, and the benefits and drawbacks of entitlement on both sides of the slash. Jaki also offers tips for femmes eager to explore their dominance—how to work past barriers and imposter syndrome, compromise on your own terms, and more!

Jaki Griot Bio

Jaki Griot (they/she) is a storyteller from Baltimore who believes kink is about the power of imagination. Jaki encourages everyone, especially people of color, to explore their fantasies without shame. This Sadomasochist Switchinatrix says, “My ancestors didn’t die so I can fake my orgasms.” Their proudest accomplishment in kink includes editing Perverts of Color for two years, a zine dedicated to celebrating the diversity of perversity through art and prose. Jaki Griot recently opened JKToyz.xyz – a Black Queer Kinkster run online adult toy retailer that is excited to help other adults explore new adventures for their playtime.


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