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omewhere in the northern stretches of the Colorado Springs suburbs, enveloped by trees, is a tony neo-Victorian house, painted sky blue with a white wraparound patio and a picket fence enclosing an expansive green yard.
It’s a stunning Saturday in the middle of May, and there’s a party going on.
Others note that they possess an undeniably feline temperamental nature and a feistiness about them – or, as Lawson puts it, “They do claw, and they do scratch.” “They’re very alluring, sleek creatures.
They’re very beautiful in their own right; they command a sense of respect,” says the party’s hostess, Isibella Karnstein, of cats and, correlatively, kitten play participants.
Today, Jenni more specifically calls herself an “alley cat.” “Other people [put] me in the ‘stray kitten’ category, because when you don’t have a master – or a ‘dom’ – you’re considered a stray,” she says.
“But I don’t like thinking about it like that because I’m not lost.
I want to be single; I like where I’m at.” The term “master” is used throughout the BDSM community, but its definition is a complicated one.
Some told me that they, like cats, feel as though they are cute, playful and soft.
Karnstein essentially colors The Chateau as a sexy social club where like-minded, cat-tailed individuals can get together and enjoy themselves on a monthly basis.
As the Chateau’s “madam,” Karnstein sees kittens as standouts in the BDSM community because of their sometimes-fierce independence.
In the kitten play community, some slaves may have been “collared” by a master, and might literally wear collars to signify such ownership.
I point out to Jenni that some charge women who are sexually submissive with pushing feminism back.“The thing about being a submissive,” she responds, “is that they really, truly have all the control.” During sexual encounters, she continues, “the master never actually does anything that the submissive does not want.