Anton Fulmen is a kink and sexuality educator in the San Francisco Bay Area, leading workshops on power exchange and consent for the Society of Janus, the Citadel and other kink community groups around the Bay. As a member of the staff of San Francisco Sex Information's prestigious sex educator training, he helps therapists, school teachers and other educators learn how to better provide accurate and nonjudgmental sexuality education to their students and clients. As an officer with the Society of Janus he directs the mentoring program, connecting community newcomers with ethical and experienced guides to help them find their feet in the world of kink.
Personally, Anton has had a lifelong fascination with intimate power, exploring it in a wide range of flavors and contexts from relationships ranging from one night to ten years, from casual to full-time, from silly to serious, and in styles from Daddy to Master to Owner to I-don't-know-what-this-is-but-it-sure-is-fun. He usually dominates, sometimes submits, and always learns; building a deep understanding of many forms of intimate leading and following.
Where to find Anton Fulmen online
How to Find Partners on FetLife
by Anton Fulmen
No matter what kind of kink your heart desires, this concise and illuminating guidebook provides a proven strategy for finding it on the world's most popular kinky social network site.
The Heart of Dominance
by Anton Fulmen
The Heart of Dominance is a must-read book for anyone who wants to exercise intentional, mutually desired, mutually fulfilling control in their intimate relationships. Anton Fulmen cuts through the mystery and the jargon surrounding dominance to deliver clear insights into how dominance works and specific advice on how to wield power ethically and effectively.
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Smashwords book reviews by Anton Fulmen
Madame X Book 1.1
on Nov. 18, 2019
Madame X Book 1.1 is an interesting read, both sexy and disturbing.
You could simply read it as erotica. There's plenty of sultry description of lustful desires and acts of passion. But all of those acts of passion are ambivalent: the consent is often questionable, the ethics dubious. That's common enough in erotic fiction, but what makes this story interesting is that it is aware of those conflicts, and rather than glossing them over or preaching against them it simply sits with them.
X has experiences that leave her thrilled and also feeling used. She is on a quest toward sexual autonomy, and along the way she gets passed around (sometimes literally) by men who use her like a sex toy.
I'm left rooting for her. I hope that, as the series continues, we get to see her find her voice and build a full and filthy sex life that is all her own.