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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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The Mistress, Her Cat, Her Maid and Her Duster

Wed. 30 Nov. 2016

The Mistress, Her Cat, Her Maid and Her Duster

We’ve all heard of the problem posties have with dogs – it’s legendary isn’t it. Well, my maid has a problem with my cats, specifically, that is, while doing the dusting. Actually, it’s not so much of a problem as an amusement, as the five accompanying pictures convey. I’m not sure the duster feels the same way, though.

Obviously, this item will appeal especially to domestic-scene...Read more

Important: images showing marks left by CP are ‘likely’ to be banned

Fri. 25 Nov. 2016

Important: images showing marks left by CP are ‘likely’ to be banned

Those who’ve been following my News page for a few years, or even only over the last 18 months, will know I have been communicating my concern about impending British internet censorship. No matter how it’s packaged, censorship is censorship, and onerous conditions are going to be imposed using “pornography” as the shoehorn: once that shoehorn of censorship has been inserted where it fits, more and more content will be levered onto the “virtually banned” list...Read more

A welcome gift when stocks are low...

Wed. 23 Nov. 2016

A welcome gift when stocks are low...

When stocks of certain items get low here at Pinch HQ, one of my faithfuls always seems to come to the rescue. Sometimes it almost seems as if there is some kind of telepathic connection! Whatever the mechanism is, it apparently appears to work when most needed, as was the case when one of my faithfuls presented me with this lovely box of confectionery from Hotel Chocolat...Read more

PVC and silk scarfs are the fetish of choice for Alana

Thurs. 17 Nov. 2016

PVC and silk scarfs are the fetish of choice for Alana

Among my faithfuls I have one known as Alana, and he visited me recently for a session in my Studio that was of no less than four hours duration. “Alana” is, of course, the name of his feminised persona, his alter-ego, so to speak.

Alana brought his own PVC skirt and silk scarfs – and of this latter item he brought in bountiful numbers. And in these fabrics he spent many hours of being tied up and teased: the session was one of bondage and sensual play, incorporating not only Alana’s items of attire, but also my ropes, leather bondage cuffs, ball gag and much more. You can see from the accompanying two pictures...Read more

A host of new leather gear

Sat. 12 Nov. 2016

A host of new leather gear

Every now and then I add not only to my equipment – as in the new canes I brought back from Singapore to complement my arsenal – but also to my personal attire. Regular visitors to my News page will know this well.

Now, occasionally, both my equipment and my attire are augmented by new items at the same time (or very close to “the same time”). Such was the case recently (I’m still catching up with a backlog of news subjects after returning from five weeks travelling).

If you look at the pictures accompanying this item, you will see...Read more

Gifts from my long-lost Oz nephew

Tues. 08 Nov. 2016

Gifts from my long-lost Oz nephew

I have a number of “long-lost nephews” from Australia – as you would expect. And it’s only natural that after all this time in the UK, some of them would seek me out to become reacquainted. Of course, it’s also not surprising that all of them are rather naughty and require some disciplining...Read more

A taste of Singapore

Fri. 04 Nov. 2016

A taste of Singapore

In my previous News item I mentioned that I’m back in Bristol and wielding the cane, among other implements. Well, among the canes I’ll be wielding will be these latest additions to my collection: a selection of canes from Singapore, chosen by myself...Read more

Wielding the cane (and more) back in Bristol

Mon. 31 Oct. 2016

Those who keep an eye on my News page will be well aware I’ve been travelling for the last six weeks or so. That is now in the past as I am back in Bristol and am picking up the cane once again as of tomorrow, 1 November.

Tuesday 1 November is a day where only my faithfuls are able to see me, as there is not enough time to observe my usual confirmation procedure for newcomers. As for Wednesday 2 November, I am already fully committed, leaving Thursday 3 November as the first day...Read more

One of my images has been likened to a Caravaggio

Tues. 25 Oct. 2016

One of my images has been likened to a Caravaggio

Compliments come and go, but some stand out. One such stand-out compliment is having one of my gallery images likened to a Caravaggio. This appealed to my artistic appreciation, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571–1610) being one of the great Italian masters of the early Baroque period. Respected as a painter in his time, his unruly life led him into trouble time after time and he was soon forgotten after his death, his importance on the influence of modern painting only discovered in the 20th century.

Now, although I am aware of a certain drama in some of my...Read more

The things you find in a charity shop...

Wed. 19 Oct. 2016

The things you find in a charity shop...

You can imagine my surprise when I walked into one of my favourite local charity shops in Bristol and saw this Ann Summers “stress willy”. Actually, you can probably imagine the surprise of most customers... Needless to say, I purchased it, willingly handing over the trifling amount on the price tag, in the process sparing little old ladies with blue-rinse hair some embarrassment (but then, perhaps we shouldn’t jump to conclusions)...Read more