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Emori Pleezer: Princess in Training, Part Two

by Rich Moreland

This is the second installment of our interview with Emori Pleezer. She is with Foxxx Modeling. Her model page can be found here.

Photos are credited to Kevin Sayers and Emori Pleezer.

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Parties and Porn

As a lifestyle couple, Emori and her Dom attend private BDSM parties, most of them at private residences. However, Emori is reluctant to play out scenes at these gatherings because she is shy, she says.

The bondage newbie offers this insight.

Compared with shooting porn, “being beat in front of people [in a BDSM setting] is way different than just fucking on a set, you know?”

Understandable. A room filled with onlookers is a time warp apart from a film set where actors, directors and crew have professional responsibilities.

Porn, after all, is a business and film shoots don’t admit the curious to gawk at the action.

As we’ve established, Emori Pleezer is relatively new to the “whips and chains” kink and is navigating her way along its learning curve.

Of her Dom, she says, “He’s actually the only top I’ve played with. I had one of my friends tie me up. But other than that, I don’t play with anyone else. He’s the only one I trust, so far. It’s like marking my body, you know? He knows how to control it.”

Emori comments that scening with other Doms at a BDSM gathering is a hassle. She’d have to become familiar with the guy so he’d understand that if she has a porn shoot coming up marks are verboden. That’s “way too much work and I’m not gonna deal with it,” she says.

Japanese Shibari is popular with the fetish community and is revered for using bondage designs that turn live models into works of art. Is her rope artist friend versed in these techniques?

Apparently. “He’s the one who roped me up. It was a lot of fun. All the Doms and sadists had a lot of fun with that,” Emori says.

She recalls a particular pattern that “has knots all the way down and there was a knot right here.” Emori points to that tender spot between her legs. When the sadists pulled on it, she had an “instant orgasm.”

“They had a bunch of fun at that party. I had a lot of fun, but I think they had more,” she laughs.

Open Up and Let Go

Things are progressing in Emori’s world of submission. She has earned her collar.

How difficult was that?

“To be honest, I had to be myself. I had to open up, I had to let go of some things. I’m stubborn and so with him I had to let go of all that and not be passive aggressive or anything. We had to get to know each other, trust each other, kind of play a little bit to see if we bonded.”

As is common in the community, the Princess and her Dom have a contract which took a few months to settle. They went through it three times before Emori granted her approval. Patience is important when documenting expectations and limits.

It so happens, by the way, there is another sub involved with Emori’s Dom.

“He has two of us and me and her are really good friends, I love her to pieces,” Emori says.

How does all this factor in with her Dom?

“Basically, me and her will just like fuck around. [We’ll] start off with just us and he’ll be like ‘Okay, you guys, that’s unfair. I want love too,’” she smiles with delight.

“It’s like a triple relationship, you know? But the contract is just strictly me and him.”

Emori indicates that everything is coming together. “Yeah, it took a lot to get to where I am with this and I’m really happy with it to be honest.”

No Sex

Is she in a polyamorous arrangement with her Dom and the other sub?

“I’m in a relationship with them,” Emori says, “but I would never be with other people [sexually] other than for porn. I take relationships seriously and if they [her Dom and the other girl] wanted to go be with other people, I’m like ‘Okay be safe about it. Care about me.’”

Incidentally, her Dom has imposed a rule on her, Emori remarks. “I’m not allowed to have sex with anybody unless it’s for porn.”

There is a caveat, however, that includes his other sub.

“Yes, me and the girl can be with as many girls as we want,” Emori says before proclaiming, “All girls come to me please, ‘cause I love girls!”

If girls are okay for sex, men are not. . . at least in Emori’s private life.

“Yeah, no sex with other men. I’m strictly his,” she announces with pride.

Porn is another matter, as you might expect. It’s Emori’s profession so there was a meeting of the minds in that regard.

“Obviously I got into this (porn) way before I met him so he cannot tell me to not have sex with industry male talent. They are a part of my work which we have established he cannot infringe upon,” the collared sweetheart says.

“He cares about what I do and knows those males are acceptable to be with. So, no sex with guys unless they are male talent and I can sleep with all the girls I want.”

Seems to be a win-win for everyone.

Teach Me a Little

How did you discover the existence of BDSM communities?

“I didn’t actually start knowing anything about [BDSM] until March of 2017 when my roommate—she’s one of my best friends now—was like ‘Oh I’m into this, you know,’” Emori begins.

“I was like, ‘Oh that’s cool Can you teach me a little?’ We started going to these coffees and that’s how I met him (her Dom),” Emori says. The gatherings also benefited her friend who found her guy there, also.

Most importantly, Emori was emotionally primed to find her passion.

“It was amazing, an eye opener. And I was like, ‘Wow, learning so much more about myself that I didn’t know.’ I thought I was just some bossy girl. Turns out I’m just a princess,” she chuckles.

Are you a lifestyler?

“Yes. At first, I was like maybe I’ll dabble in it, go to some parties and stuff. But now I’m collared. I feel like this is a lifestyle choice.”

Do you think you may drift into shooting BDSM porn along with the vanilla stuff you’re doing now?

“I feel like I will get heavy into it but I’m still gonna be that half-half girl. I’ll work out the two because I like both of them.”

Congrats, Emori Pleezer! Relish your new-found love and we hope that Kink.com, Infernal Restraints, Sexually Broken, and Hardtied will soon be picking up the phone to explore your fetish half!

 

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Phases

by Rich Moreland, June 2015

Being in the midst of writing book number two on the adult film industry, I decided to take a time out to compose a series of articles on a girl I’ve recently come to know. She is a sweetheart of many flavors.

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Welcome Photo courtesy of Mercy West

Welcome
Photo courtesy of S. Thanatos

How to describe a girl whose on-screen image leaves an impression fetish aficionados can’t shake: a calculated disheveled look that captures the heart of every BDSMer? Try this, a natural body with understated and controlled ink seductively placed to entice the eye with a simple message, “I’m here, let’s play a little?”

Pass as Vanilla

There’s nothing Southern California about Mercy West. She’s more a San Francisco queer porn gamine. Sporting a lovely nose ring that highlights an impish sassiness bordering on bemused self-satisfaction, Mercy allures her fans with a bondage collar extraordinaire. Throw in a penchant for taking marks while making her mark in an industry she has decided to embrace and Mercy wets the screen. No doubt her fans dream of corralling this diminutive lass in a darkened alley, pushing her against the wall and muffling her cries of delight . . . don’t knock over a trash can because trashy is where we’re going.

But that’s only part of the story. Mercy can be cute as the sweet little miss winking at the preacher’s son while the Sunday sermon drones on, ready for a romp with the righteous.

“Because of how I look I can still pass as vanilla in some productions,” Mercy says “But because of my past, I get offers for some quite extreme stuff as well.”

Despite her girlish look, Mercy West is no teenager. In fact, she is a most mature twenty-five. Psychologists know that the brain takes its time reaching adulthood and its ability to make good decisions kicks in around the mid-twenties. Mercy knows what she wants and is ready to move forward. Lucky for her fans, they’re getting the best part of the ride.

Collar and Pearls Photo courtesy of Mercy West

Collar and Pearls
Photo courtesy of S. Thanatos

The Arizona native is wading into adult entertainment with variety—phone sex, web camming, shooting for the extreme BDSM websites Intersec and Paintoy—constructing a resume that moves her confidently in different directions. She is learning her trade. Incidentally, like her experiences, Mercy’s sexuality also is fluid, expanding what her fans will learn to love about her.

Most importantly, Mercy West is honest. “I fell into this business because I saw a group of people I could possibly relate to and a career that I would actually enjoy investing my time in.” Adult entertainment is not for everyone, but in this Tucson girl’s case it rewards a hypersexual attitude that surely eclipses a career in customer and food service.

Pesky Labels

Mercy self-identifies as pan-sexual, gender fluid, and polyamorous, insisting that “I don’t think about a person’s biological sex or chosen gender when I choose partners.”

The current Portland, Oregon resident enjoys men, women, and “other gender fluids and everything in between.” Though she felt like “a sexual outcast” in her adolescent years, “even in some GLBTI (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex) friendly situations,” Mercy is delighted with the sexual kaleidoscope she now emotionally snuggles.

But as the legendary queer porn submissive Madison Young once said, everyone is shoved into a sexual box somewhere, somehow. So when she is pressed, Mercy declares, “pan-sexuality [is] the label I feel most comfortable with.”

Pan-Sexual Photo courtesy of Mercy West

Pan-Sexual
Photo courtesy of Mercy West

Regardless of how she defines herself and those around her, Mercy is having a blast.

“My adventure into the [adult] business has led me to people who are open, accepting, and as excited to work in this industry as I am,” she beams.

But she has more to tell us.

Mercy insists that her gender identification “changes pretty frequently.” Her hair drifts from long to short and her wardrobe is “pretty inconsistent,” though “vintage clothing” is a preference. “Phases” is how she describes her fluidity.

“Sometimes I find myself wanting to use my strap-on with a skinny tattooed bisexual boy I make suck my cock and call me master. Other times I just want to lay back and indulge in a little ‘age play’ with my much older, straight partner.”

Nevertheless, those pesky labels are the bane of Mercy West. She is a biological female, of course, but there is more beneath the obvious. Mercy admits growing “tired of people getting upset [because] I honestly could not tell them what I was.” With a hint of exasperation, she adds, “It took me years to get where I am with my feeling about my sexuality,” insisting that now she is anything but “confused” about her accumulated preferences, statuses, and desires.

As for her love life, Mercy finally realized her modus operandi was different from others. She confesses, “I kept putting myself in ‘manogamish’ relationships that confined me to one primary partner for the sake of  love.'” She felt restricted to “someone else’s idea of what a relationship was supposed to be.”

Primal Photo courtesy of S. Thanatos

Primal
Photo courtesy of S. Thanatos

Mercy experienced an epiphany.

“I began to realize that if I wanted to be truly happy I would have to build the life I wanted.” She needed to find “workable sexual and emotional relationships” because monogamy was unreasonably confining and uncomfortable.

“I was actually super unhappy,” Mercy declares, “because of other people’s insecurities and fears, not my own.” It was a Hydra that dominated her personal life, a destructive force brought on by one-on-one relationships.

Now at twenty-five with options ahead of her, Mercy West fondly embraces the words of her partner.

“When we met you had a whole life that I knew nothing about, you have connections with people I don’t know and experience things that I never could. All of those things shape you, the whole person I love. Why would I want to change that? Change the person I fell in love with?”

Rejection is a the real demon when relationships teeter on the abyss of the personally intense. But Mercy’s partner tossed that aside, encouraging her to explore all possibilities.

“Live, love, and grow as much as you can. I’m just happy to be able to walk beside you for at least a little while.”

And so are we because now it’s obvious what getting out of that box is all about, no labels in sight, only phases.

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