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My sweetie https://twitter.com/LoreleiMission and I made our annual pilgrimage to the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval, along with our good friend Ikaras https://twitter.com/ikarasjones again this year. Things were a little different this time around due to security concerns: everything had to be carried in clear plastic bags and backpacks were prohibited, and so on. Because of that, we weren't sure if we'd be able to create the tableau we'd planned. After we ate, Lorelei asked two of the many deputies on the scene (a man and a woman) if we could set up a table in the street. With no context, this perplexed the male deputy. "Like a dinner table?" he asked. Not exactly, we replied, and he told us that as long as it was "fabulous" there was no problem. Yes, "fabulous," because that was in West Hollywood after all.

After we got into costume, we hauled all our stuff from the nearby hotel room to Santa Monica Boulevard: a massage table, a sheet, contact paper, duct tape, the cardboard-and-aluminum foil buzz saw, a log pillow for Nell's head as well as the ropes and gags. Even though I was dressed as Snidely Whiplash, I apparently didn't look at all suspicious to the numerous law enforcement officers we passed on the way to getting to our spot because not one of them gave us a second glance. With some help from Ikaras and Lorelei, I then transformed the table into a theatrical buzz saw, and I'm glad it turned out as well as it did (and didn't disintegrate before the end of the night) because we were assembling it there and it's not like we 'd already tested this thing out beforehand. Once we had that prepared I tied up Lorelei in the classic style, bandana gagged her and set her in place on the table. This was followed by what I would guess to be one of the top ten oddest moments of my life, which is probably really saying something. I turned around and was quite surprised to see about a 10 foot semi-circular area in front of the table had cleared, and (this is no exaggeration) about a hundred or so people were intently watching us. I guess they were expecting us to do a magic trick or some other type of performance... and I had nothin'. If I'd known this was going to happen, I'd have rehearsed a song-and-dance number or something. Instead, all that came to mind was "homina homina homina." I tried to convey they could all come up and take a photo, but it seemed to take a long time for the crowd to realize that was purpose of our display. Of course, some people never really "got it" at all.

Shortly after that, the male and female deputies Lorelei had spoken to earlier came over to take a look at our little exhibit. The man was quite excited and appreciative when he saw us, but it seems the woman had never seen Dudley Do-Right or any of those classic silent movie situations, had no frame of reference for it, and he had to explain it to her. Even then I'm not sure she ever understood it.

In previous years we were walking and accustomed to people stopping us every few minutes to take a photo or some video. Since we were stationary, there seemed to be an almost unending stream of people coming up to get a picture or pose with us. Because of that, Lorelei never got a break and she was tied up continuously for the duration, acting and squirming pretty much for the entire time: a little over two hours. Talk about stamina! Since more and more people are taking video with their phones nowadays, it's not like we could ever do a static pose like times past. I did change her gag a couple of times, but we had to specifically take time away from performing to do that -- and people were still taking pictures of that, too. As always, people would ask Lorelei if she needed to be rescued, and one of us would respond they should just send "thoughts and prayers."

We're still pondering if this wonderful tradition is going to continue next year. For one thing, how are we going to top that? Build an abandoned mine shaft and fill it with dynamite? But more importantly, the price of the hotels have become prohibitive, and the traffic is increasingly daunting every year. But we're hoping we'll be able to do this one more time. Keep a good thought.
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The sequel to "Stop Alexis Taylor!" has been released, and it's a fun continuation featuring some very sexy ladies in bondage-filled situations. Like the first installment of highlights from this fictitious TV show's first season, it also has its fair share of references and homages. As the story begins, our titular heroine is confronted by a ninja. Of course, because of ridiculous restrictions from the credit card companies, adult features aren't allowed to show any weapons. Consequently, the brief, pitched battle utilizes some unusual items. Despite that, Alexis does ultimately defeat the black-clad villain, (Spoilers!) only to fall into his clutches after slipping on a banana peel. This is partly because I feel some sympathy for the banana peel guys, who never get enough content, and also because most of the other non-tying methods for getting a damsel under control (which I dare not even list here) that would make sense are simply not allowed by the aforementioned rules.To see that kind of thing you'd have to go to broadcast TV or youtube. The ninja ties the busty reporter in a standing position, and I'm pretty sure that the cleavegagging sequence is unlike any we've ever done before (no spoilers there, you'll have to see it for yourself).

Alexis looks amazing in her scenes, cleavegagged in a "standing Y" position, ballgagged while post-tied and again while bound in a classic tie wearing only panties and high heels. She also gets bandana-gagged and tied up while wearing a harem-girl outfit -- more on that a little further down the page. For that lattermost scene she does finally have a face-to-face meeting with the cheesy, 1980s TV-style villain, Colonel Jackman. For the conclusion of the tale we learn that it was he who was responsible for nabbing Alexis' twin sister Anita, and it was he who orchestrated her odyssey. But will he succeed with his evil plan? That would probably depend if the show gets picked up for a second season.

Mary Jane Green https://twitter.com/sexymaryjanefan 's sub-plot in the story continues from the first feature, and she's still being held captive by the wicked Colonel Jackman. In the first part of the story, the gorgeous blonde was dressed to be more evocative of a certain iconic 1950s era sex symbol (and she looked fantastic doing it). And I must admit shooting that particular scene was like the fulfillment of a long-held fantasy for me -- and maybe for you, too. In the second chapter Mary Jane's long silky gown was more reminiscent of the fair-haired sirens of the silver screen from the 1930s, brought into more contemporary sensibilities with the addition of a forced orgasm element. Her peril from a dangerous bee was a nod to the "De*th Bee" from the '60s Batman TV series "Bloody Tower" episode. Even as an undiscerning youthful viewer 50 years ago, I thought the original bee was laughable. The Colonel's "Goliath Bee" might not be much better, but at least I knew enough not to get a close-up shot of it. At the time, the leggy beauty told us that she'd done quite a few bondage orgasm scenes for various producers over the years, and it made me want to do a forehead smack because I'd never thought to ask about shooting one with her earlier.  So this was the very first one she's done for http://americandamsels.com though I'd wager it won't be the last. I should also note that Mary Jane was silenced with a classic "detective gag" to keep with that thematic Art Deco era/classic pulp magazine vibe. And I can't think of anyone who could've pulled it off better than she did.

Lorelei and I had our first shoot with Chi Chi Medina back on August 11th. Chi Chi is one of those models whose work with other producers I'd admired for quite a while, but I never knew how to get in touch with her. Fate took a hand when Oak-Man https://twitter.com/LBC_Fetish contacted me to ask if we'd like to work with her. I couldn't say "yes" fast enough.  At the shoot, Eric Holman http://fmconcepts.us was also quite taken with her looks, and he asked to get an impromptu set with her for FM that afternoon, which you can find here: http://fm1.surfnetcorp.com/acbuild/showdetl.cfm?&DID=20&Product_ID=19261 My sweetie shot one of her signature ball-ties with Chi Chi which she's posted at her clips store here https://clips4sale.com/412/18378533  Since this was my first time with the stunning Latina I got a secretary-type tie-up and a lingerie bondage set for two different chapters in the story. I don't think this little spoiler will ruin the story, but Ms. Medina's character is a double agent, which means she gets in trouble from both sides in my video. I believe she was quite amused at the beginning when I told her that she would be playing a "complex character." But no matter which side she's getting tied up on, Chi Chi always makes an excellent damsel.

When Hannah Perez https://twitter.com/thehannahperez was here in July she not only acted in the "Tiedheld" parody she also performed for a classic situation in this story. Ms. Perez played a luckless belly-dancer/harem girl who's overpowered by Alexis so the busty protagonist can steal her costume. This was an unusual set for a number of reasons. For one, Hannah was completely nude for her scene, which is something I rarely do, but only seemed logical within the context of the story. The busty brunette's restraints were also quite different: three dimensional bondage portrayed in two dimensions: She was bound hand and foot with duct tape that has a rope pattern printed on it, and gagged with duct tape (wrapped around her head) with a bandana design. For her captivity, Ms. Perez was taped up in a tiny bathroom, which may have added to the claustrophobic feeling of the scene. The very few times I've video'd damsels in that bathroom, it's always very limiting. And I hope the viewers will be forgiving for the open door/implied fourth wall angle that was necessary. For the end of the scene, our captive belly-dancer was on the floor banging on the door with her bare feet in an attempt to draw attention to her plight, which was an adult reference to a well-known illustration (at least among bondage fans) from "The Clue of the Tapping Heels." Alas, neither our helpless harem girl nor Lorelei got this particular reference at the time, but you can Google it if you're interested.

"Stop Alexis Taylor Again!" is available here http://fmconcepts.us/product.cfm?ObjectGroup_ID=2578&group=bondage and will be released very shortly at https://www.clips4sale.com/6571/ http://www.americandamsels.net/en/ and a little later for members at http://www.americandamsels.com/ 
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For those of you unfamiliar with the tradition of "El Día de los Muertos," Google describes it as a day of "prayer and remembrance of friends and family members who have died." I'm afraid I couldn't get this entry finished in time for the actual celebration, which ended on Thursday, but it's one I've been thinking about for quite a while so I'm going to post it anyway, since this holiday seems to be the most appropriate time for it.

We work in a business full of young, vibrant, lovely women. Even though some of them may have their demons, they're all bursting with life. For that reason, it always seems especially tragic when we hear of one of them passing away. Realistically, when you work with hundreds and hundreds of people, it's statistically inevitable that these tragedies will occur. But that doesn't lessen the impact. I apologize if the topic is depressing, but I wanted to spend a moment to share some thoughts on them.

I had only been out in California for two years when the news broke that Alex Jordan had committed suicide. While I'd never met her, she loved doing fetish work and was an immediate favorite of both Chelsea Pfeiffer and Lorelei. I read that at the time of her death, Ms. Jordan was planning to leave the adult business. Yet I somehow felt that had she not ended her life prematurely that it was almost inevitable that we would've worked together and done some wonderful things. It was the first time that someone in my immediate circle, while not close to me, had died at a young age.

Nicole Fauve was a friend of Talia Monét. I worked with her around 1999, and she had a winning combination of movie star looks and remarkable flexibility, but she was a very troubled person. Nicole was a heroin addict (which was not that common back in those days), and it was one of those unique moments in my career to notice a lot of needle-marks on a model's arms as I was tying her, and then suddenly be made aware of my own naiveté as the reason for her two hour delay in arrival became apparent. In a cruel, ironic twist of fate, Nicole and her boyfriend were fleeing Los Angeles in an attempt to get away from a toxic environment and clean up when they were stopped by a cop because of the boyfriend's erratic driving. Instead of arresting them, the cop insisted they switch drivers. Nicole nodded off at the wheel and hit a tree. While her boyfriend survived with serious injuries, she did not.

I met Teri Rose (AKA Teri Diver) at one of the first shoots after joining the Harmony Concepts staff. I was assisting Lorelei's video shoot with her and Ashley Renee, and I believe Teri may have been the first woman to be tied up in the trunk of my (then) new 1993 Saturn SL2. She was a sweet person, and friendly, but that turned out to be her final shoot for Harmony, so I never had the opportunity to work with her for one of my own projects. In 2001 we got the word that she had died from an accidental overdose of her migraine medication. I felt stunned at the news, and I clearly remember as I was driving home the Byrds' song "Turn, Turn, Turn" played on the radio as started the car. When it finished, I changed stations and I heard the same song (from the beginning) a second time.

I worked with Livia Choice only once at a shared shoot with Ikaras Jones. She had striking looks, but I must confess she was decidedly sleep deprived because of a very active shooting schedule while she was here in L.A., and so this stunning blonde was not performing at her absolute peak for us. Because of the symbiotic nature of shooting, I feel like I probably didn't do my best work with her either. But I had hopes that the next time she came through the U.S. that we'd have a more successful collaboration. Then later we heard that Livia had died in an automobile accident in 2005. I may be misremembering (and I sincerely apologize if this is the case) but I thought I'd read that she'd fallen asleep at the wheel while traveling to a job, which considering Ms. Choice was in high demand, hard-working and motivated, it wouldn't be beyond the realm of possibility to learn she'd pushed herself beyond her limits.

One of the most involved and unusual incidents was in August 2012 when Natali Demore committed suicide along with my former Harmony co-staffer, Jack Banner. Natali was a bit closer to our circle than anyone else being remembered on this list, particularly as she had close connections to our friend Ashley Renee. Natali's was a complex tale, and I really couldn't do it justice here without an overabundance of detail, many of which should probably remain private. Suffice it to say, she had mental and physical issues that should have been addressed, but instead she linked up with an enabler for her self-destruction. There are many mementos of her around here, and I do still think of her often.

The most shocking story in this list is the case of the model known as "Santana." Unlike everyone else commemorated in this entry, she was the only one who was murdered. Santana was one of those models whom I'd wished I'd worked with a lot more, but she had a tendency to be elusive and not answer emails or calls. Nonetheless, Santana was always very enthusiastic about her work, energetic and vibrant. And she had a genuine affinity for the physical challenges of wrestling and bondage, as well as some personal interest in fetishy things. She also had some of the most amazing hair ever. In 2015 she became a victim of domestic violence in a murder-suicide. Her boyfriend was mentally ill and had stopped taking his medication. He accused Santana of cheating on him, then used her gun to end her life and his own.

When Alexis Grace succumbed to pneumonia last year, it was an unexpected punch to the gut. About a month before she suddenly passed away, she tweeted to me, telling me she was planning another trip out to L.A. I was really expecting to see and work with her again for the first time in several years. We always got along really well and had lots of fun. It was always obvious she absolutely loved doing this work. It just seemed timing and other circumstances were never on our side.  

We heard that Joy Marks had committed suicide in August. For those who may not recall her, she performed in a few videos for Lorelei back in the day and she was outstanding in that I would rate her within the top five of the best actresses I've ever encountered in this business. We hadn't seen her in quite a few years, but at one point we were good friends with her. After Lorelei's father passed away, Joy came that close to adopting her dad's dog, Indie. (Eric Holman decided at the last minute he'd become too attached to let her go.) Joy was a sophisticated lady with many talents, and while we don't know what her motivation may have been for ending her life, we're saddened by the news because we're certain that anyone who knew her would have done anything to help her out. Our mutual friend Slamm writes: "She was the quintessential 'crazy redhead', and I have a lot of funny stories of my time with her. I always felt whoever she dated would discover that she was a handful. I loved her look - she was unique, beautiful, very athletic, and oh, that red hair. And she was very talented; perhaps one of my best models in that she could act."

They were all taken from us too soon, and we hope their souls are at peace. We miss them, but they live on in our hearts.


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