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My news

This page is designed to keep you informed of my latest news, events concerning myself, and to present items of interest to those who would like to keep in touch with what I get up to here in Bristol and elsewhere. Consider it as an occasional mini-blog, or an extended in-house version of Twitter.

There’s also a practical side to this page: it is here where I will announce, for example, when I am not available to take sessions, perhaps because I am travelling or simply taking a break, as well as information about my equipment and implements and new items that I may acquire from time to time.

If it’s easier for some of you to follow me on Twitter, I’ve made it simple: just click on the Twitter icon to the right, and go straight to my profile to follow me on Twitter.

But since you’re here, why not take a look at my news below.

Mistress Geo Pinch, professional Bristol dominatrix

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Balloonfest, Pinch style

Sun. 14 Oct. 2018

Balloonfest, Pinch style

Bristol is known for its international hot-air balloon festival, or “fiesta” as it’s officially named. It is, according to online publicity, “Europe’s largest annual meeting of hot air balloons, attracting over 130 Hot Air Balloons from across the globe”. I can testify to the spectacular nature of the event since, every year, dozens of these large balloons sail the breeze around – and sometimes directly over – Pinch HQ Bristol as they head in the direction of Bath.

What can also be spectacular is “balloonfest”, Pinch style, right here on the ground. I’m sure those who are aware of my favourite activity...Read more

What promises to be a fine French wine

Tues. 09 Oct. 2018

What promises to be a fine French wine

In examining my gift list on my main website, sometimes a faithful will look at the varieties of wine I have listed and read between the lines to reach a deeper interpretation of the style of wine I prefer, and acquire something for me that’s a bit of a surprise. I like surprises, especially when they promise so much.

A case in point is this Cabalié, a French wine I am not familiar with; they are medium-to-full-bodied Grenache-based blends and are from the Roussillon region of south-eastern France. The wider region is the Languedoc-Roussillon, which at its southern tip borders on north-eastern Spain...Read more

My fond memories of an Oxford pub

Sat. 29 Sept. 2018

My fond memories of an Oxford pub

Back in May I spent two days in Oxford and thoroughly enjoyed it. I’m not familiar with that quaint old city, famous for its mediaeval colleges which, collectively, make up the University of Oxford. Of course, those original old colleges have been augmented through the centuries to now include some that were founded only in the latter half of the 20th century. But I digress.

Whilst doing a final tidying-up of my Oxford photographs, I came across some I took in a pub where I had lunch on my first day in that town. I won’t mention the pub by name to avoid any embarrassment, but I’m sure...Read more

I’m travelling earlier than usual this year, and will be away longer

Tues. 25 Sept. 2018

As all my faithfuls and regular visitors to my News page should know, December is generally the month I embark on travel that extends into the new year. This year is no exception, except for one aspect: I’m heading off a month earlier than I usually do, but not returning to Bristol until only a little earlier than usual. If you calculate that this means my absence will be longer this time round, you will be correct.

So, I’m getting in early with my customary “travel alert”...Read more

Overhauling the Obscene Publications Act: which way will it go?

Mon. 17 Sept. 2018

Here we go again – another so-called “public consultation”. This time it’s about the Obscene Publications Act 1959 (OPA), and is conducted by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

Apparently the CPS wants the public’s opinion on “a proposed revision of its current legal guidance on obscene publications”. How considerate of them to seek our opinion – surely we must feel flattered, mustn’t we? Unfortunately, experience tells me such consultations are no more than tick-box exercises so the relevant authority is seen to be engaging the public before going ahead and doing what it always planned to do in the first place.

Okay, what’s it all about, anyway? It seems the CPS has...Read more

Turning the classic bolero to new uses (front view)

Mon. 10 Sept. 2018

Turning the classic bolero to new uses (front view)

Whilst the bolero-inspired leather bondage harness is the focus of this and my last News item, this second item shares the limelight with NT: how could it not when the peg-attached chain-and-pendulum balls are so prominently affixed to the appropriate mini-appendages of the male torso? (And are clearly visible in these three photos...Read more

Turning the classic bolero to new uses (back view)

Wed. 05 Sept. 2018

Turning the classic bolero to new uses (back view)

Those with even a passing acquaintance of Spanish culture should know of the bolero, the name of a style of music (made popular in “classical” music circles in 1928 by French composer Maurice Ravel), but, for the point of this News article, also a style of jacket.

Now, this style of jacket is variously defined as “a kind of short jacket not reaching the waist, with or without sleeves and open at the front”, or “a waist-length jacket worn open in front”. So you can see that a bolero-inspired bondage harness made of leather is quite an...Read more

Bound by chains in my Studio

Thurs. 30 Aug. 2018

Bound by chains in my Studio

My Studio is the venue for bondage and discipline at my premises, and in these three photos you can observe how chains can be used to ensnare specific protuberances of the upper part of the torso. The effect of ensnarement is highlighted by the aroused state of said protuberances, which, of course, is as it should be.

The second picture provides a close-up...Read more

Presenting the mythical, yet majestic, Butt Ox

Sun. 19 Aug. 2018

Presenting the mythical, yet majestic, Butt Ox

After my previous News item – the picture, to be exact – I thought an appropriate follow-up item would be to present the Butt Ox, a creature that’s described as “tiny” and “majestic” on the card. Now, I think I see the Butt Ox here and there, on the odd occasion: fleeting glimpses as it scurries around strange places like my Domestic Room and Studio. But I can’t be sure. So that also makes it a mythical creature, right?

This card was presented to me by a long-time faithful and friend on a particularly auspicious occasion recently. And we all know such cards do not lie; we all know about the Butt Ox, don’t we...Read more

Another scene from Miss Pinch’s domestic room

Thurs. 09 Aug. 2018

Another scene from Miss Pinch’s domestic room

In my last News item I mentioned that “the beaming smile on the face of [the] chastised recipient...helped light up the room”. Indeed, and here is another “face” that also helped light up the room.

Yes, here I present another scene from my domestic room, a somewhat more of an action shot – a glimpse of some of the results of a “detention” session similar to the one mentioned in the last item. I say some of the results because...Read more