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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.

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

Mistress Geo Pinch, professional Bristol dominatrix

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It’s nice to be naughty – so says one of my faithfuls

Sun. 10 Dec. 2017

It’s nice to be naughty – so says one of my faithfuls

I have a particularly special faithful who not only knows of my love of cats, but also understands what CP is all about; he loves playing the game of being deserving as a recipient of CP. Said CP, of course, is delivered by yours truly – moi, Geo Pinch.

So, this faithful often expresses himself in cards to me (along with all manner of other gifts both substantial and small), and this is the subject of this News item, as you can see from the three pictures accompanying it. The last time I saw this faithful – he does not live in the UK – he also brought a lovely bottle of Barossa cabernet sauvignon...Read more

Important notice: announcing my unavailability due to travel

Thurs. 30 Nov. 2017

My annual international travel has come around once again, and, unlike last year when I travelled earlier than usual, this year sees me revert to my usual time period of mid-December to end of January.

I will be unavailable for appointments from Christmas Eve, Sunday 24 December, to Wednesday 31 January, inclusive. Thus my last sessioning day for 2017 will be Saturday 23 December, and my first sessioning day in 2018 will be...Read more

Word art and the art of domination at the Tate Modern

Mon. 20 Nov. 2017

Word art and the art of domination at the Tate Modern

As I mentioned in a recent News item, I visited the Tate Modern late in October and I was impressed by a great deal of what was offered for public viewing in the many extensive exhibition halls. There was probably a number of individual exhibits that might have made worthy subject matter for my News page, but none more so than one of the “provocative statements” made by American artist Jenny Holzer as part of her Inflammatory Essays from 1979–82. It is little wonder this one caught my eye:...Read more

The birds, the bees and Latin: Phallus impudicus, a mushroom like no other

Mon. 13 Nov. 2017

The birds, the bees and Latin: <i>Phallus impudicus</i>, a mushroom like no other

It’s not often I take an interest in mushrooms outside of considering what soup to order at a restaurant. However, when I happened to stumble upon images of this particular mushroom, I couldn’t resist making it the subject of a News item. I’m sure regular visitors to my site will not be surprised...Read more

Wax series 3: Jackson Pollock meets an insect

Mon. 06 Nov. 2017

Wax series 3: Jackson Pollock meets an insect

A visitor to my News page might be forgiven for thinking the first image accompanying this item is a piece of mid-twentieth-century Abstract Expressionist art; Jackson Pollock in particular comes to mind, and my picture here is vaguely reminiscent of his Lucifer, or Sea Change, or Full Fathom Five – all from 1947 – or perhaps his Autumn Rhythm from 1950. At a stretch, Kandinsky...Read more

Wax series 2: A made-for-a-maid pattern

Wed. 01 Nov. 2017

Wax series 2: A made-for-a-maid pattern

Behold the second in my series on artistic wax play, this time with a made-for-a-maid pattern.

With those opening words, regular readers of my News page may already have guessed that the willing subject in this instance is none other than my special maid, who has featured quite often in my News items...Read more

Wax series 1: A figurine worthy of Madame Tussauds

Wed. 25 Oct. 2017

Wax series 1: A figurine worthy of Madame Tussauds

With this News item I am beginning a series of three articles focussing on my artistic experiments with wax play. Alternatively, I could say they are a record of my having fun with wax and willing participants.

The pictures here capture a work in progress. It’s like an oil painting, beginning with the lighter colours and ending with the darkest...Read more

A tea towel fit for a dominatrix

Sat. 14 Oct. 2017

A tea towel fit for a dominatrix

When I saw this tea towel I simply could not resist buying it. I’m sure this comes as no surprise to regular readers of my News page. It is, indeed, a tea towel fit for a dominatrix, especially a dominatrix whose principal specialty is CBT.

The figure represented is none other than the Cerne Abbas Giant of Dorset: a figure carved into the landscape with chalk, just north of the village of Cerne Abbas, and around 90 kilometres south of Bristol. He’s quite impressive, being about 55 metres high, his erect member measuring some 11 metres.

The giant has, unsurprisingly, become the centre of much...Read more

Candles for wax play that come with sound advice for safe use

Mon. 09 Oct. 2017

Candles for wax play that come with sound advice for safe use

The last time I was at the nationally renown Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar (BBB) I bought candles for wax play, and in preparing this News item I was reminded once again at how fast time passes: that last visit to the BBB was in June when I hosted their “Meet the Mistress” event.

These candles are “Made in the UK” from natural...Read more

‘Waxed Bat’: an unusual name for an unusual wine

Mon. 02 Oct. 2017

‘Waxed Bat’: an unusual name for an unusual wine

I’ve been fortunate once again in having been gifted bottles of wine from my faithfuls, the latest being an unusual red blend, and also a Marlborough (New Zealand) Sauvignon Blanc. These wines were presented to me by two different faithfuls.

I am familiar with Brancott Estate Sauvignon Blanc; it’s a good one, a classic Marlborough “sauv-blanc” full of tropical fruit on the nose and palate, and I have a number of bottles of this white wine that I’ve purchased myself.

As for the Waxed Bat, this is an unusual wine because of the blend of grapes employed: Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. This is not a common blend. Wines from Argentina tend to concentrate on the country’s signature grape, Malbec, for which I must say I’ve developed quite a taste...Read more