New Original Docuseries Takes You On The Kinky Vacay You’ve Been Craving This Queerantine

LGBTQ+ virtual cable TV network, Revry, is taking you on a queer vacation away from quarantine with its newest original series, Submission Possible–no passport required, just sit back and tune in as the “Queen of Kink”, Madison Young, takes you on a titillating adventure into queer fetishes, kink, and sexual exploration.
 
Written, directed, and created by Young, a feminist porn icon, author, and sexual revolutionary, Submission Possible is an hour long docuseries World Premiering June 20th (6pm & 9pm PST) that explores the queer sexual underground worlds of kink, fetish, and BDSM around the world. The sex and fetish-positive series stars Young, as the entrancing guide to an unconventional travel adventure, exploring the kink culture in communities around the world–all through the lens of the queer experience.
 
In the premiere episode, Young visits the hauntingly sensual city of New Orleans and delves deep into sex magic rituals, cemeteries and sexy seances, and even spectrophilia. Madison’s explorations lead her to ecosexual sex magician, Sura Hertzberg; herbal alchemist, Gypsi Sandiego; kinky witch and tarot reader, Ashton Young; and queer leather title holder, Elyse the Beast. Each unique guest shares a different aspect of their queer, sacred, kinky journey as Young unfolds another layer of her own sexual self; connecting in bold and intimate ways with refreshingly new cultures, communities, and perspectives.
 
“Submission Possible is a dare. A challenge for us to shift the narrative. For us to celebrate our differences and our sameness, our connections,” proclaims Madison Young. “It is a culmination of my deep desire to gather women, POC, queers, trans folk, non-binary community, femmes, butches, sex workers, kinksters around the kitchen table, around the fire, to share our stories, of who we are as sexual beings. Because our desires matter. Our stories matter. We are claiming our space. This is the time. It is time for us to talk loudly and boldly about our orgasms, our pleasure, our kinks, our fetishes, our desires, our relationships.”

“Madison’s work is so ground-breaking because she’s having conversations that, even within the queer community, can be taboo: fetish pride, embracing sexual quirks, challenging traditional standards of beauty,” says Christopher J. Rodriguez, Revry Co-founder and CBO. “This is exactly what Revry is about and we’re thrilled to offer a space for these conversations on our network–especially now when people are craving human connection. Love & Sex in the Time of COVID.”

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