Our Story

Miss Mackenzee


 

At the age of 18, Miss Mackenzee first entered the adult industry as a professional Dominatrix in South Carolina even though she knew she was kinky at a very young age when she would tie her Barbies up so they could “have fun.” As the years went on, she became involved in the BDSM lifestyle for personal enjoyment and fulfillment, with multiple submissives having trained under her. With a degree in education and a passion for helping others along their sexuality and kink journey, it felt very natural that she started teaching across the country. Her approach to life and presenting have a strong focus on consent and safety. She has taught a full range of subjects including but not limited to energy/Tantra, bondage, power exchange, hypnosis, sexuality, and the art of sadism. Since becoming an educator, she has given guest lectures at multiple universities at all levels on the topics of BDSM, kink, and sexuality to future medical professionals. Being intentional and present in connecting with others, intimately or otherwise, is a core value she aims to bring to her coaching and teaching endeavors. Performing Arts is her other Bachelor’s degree which makes for an entertaining experience when interacting with her. She enjoys making people laugh and showing them that kink and intimacy don’t need to be so serious all the time. In addition to being an instructor, she is also a Certified Erotic Hypnotist as well as sexual wellness coach for individuals and couples. Throughout this time, Miss Mackenzee has been consuming cannabis since she was 19. She has taken full advantage of its many medicinal properties to relieve pain and anxiety, as well as indulge recreationally. She is an advocate for the total legalization of this magical herb.

She prides herself on creating a fostering, all-inclusive environment that is safe from societal judgments for people to explore their kinks and sexuality. Miss Mackenzee identifies as a polyamorous queer and is sex positive, body positive, and a strong advocate for pleasure in many shapes and forms. She welcomes people to be free and honest with themselves and their desires.


 


 

Parker Leigh


 

 

 

Stuck in a boring relationship at 23 years old, Parker Leigh found herself exploring the darker side of Twitter and began interacting with the hashtag #fucktoyfriday, her first real exploration into the BDSM lifestyle. She quickly dove down the rabbit hole, leaving her fiance in the wind, realizing that they didn’t share the same desires and passions. Traveling to alternative lifestyle conventions gave her a place where she felt safe and accepted, something she hadn’t experienced growing up in a small town. Throughout her time exploring, she settled into identifying as a queer, polyamorous switch. For the past 5 years, she has been a pro switch, companion, fetish model, educator, and mentor. Having served under multiple Dominants, she learned many facets of kink but not her true place in BDSM. At the age of 13, she was introduced to cannabis at a local punk rock show. From that moment, she began consuming it in various forms and it hasn’t stopped since. Though she does enjoy it recreationally, cannabis has proven to be the best medicine for her anxiety and pain. As a supporter of its legalization, Parker hopes that the demonization of this wondrous plant will end and others will see that the benefits far outweigh anything else.

Due to her experiences, she stresses the importance and necessity of negotiations and consent, especially when teaching around the country. Being a part of submissive roundtables as well as private mentoring, she has guided other submissives, bottoms, and switches with pain processing, bottoming techniques, service, and much more. One of the core lessons she teaches is that submissives have a voice and encourages them to use it. She is constantly learning and always looking for new information to help herself and others. With strong feelings of body and sex positivity, Parker aims to create a space for individuals to embrace their uniqueness and that being “weird” should be celebrated.