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Charlotte Taillor

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Charlotte Taillor (born March 28, 1988), is a Brazilian-American businesswoman, kink maven[1], sex educator, and sex worker activist.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Taillor studied Communications at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica, and Business at Fordham University. After relocating to the Big Apple, she worked in Advertising, Marketing Research, Branding, and Business Development. In 2016, she founded the femdom group The Taillor Collective, LLC.[2], an entirely female-centric operation[3], to serve as a kind of kink community center that could help educate women about BDSM practices[2].

For the SexExpo weekend in 2019, Taillor facilitated a “Kinky Game Show” in which volunteers attempted to guess which of her several crops and canes she was using on them based on the sting, and came back one day later as a keynote speaker, when she had attendees reciting a “Kinky Oath,” promising to respect and empower women, before diving into the basic tenements of BDSM, including the guiding principles of “Safe, Sane and Consensual” play.[4]

Taillor Group[edit]

The Taillor Collective, LLC. is a feminist BDSM/Kink Collective & School based in Brooklyn, New York City. Charlotte founded the group in 2016 to serve as a resource hub for kink-positive feminists to learn, teach, practice & explore the world of human sexuality, mostly focused on BDSM & Fetish.[5]

According to Dan Hedebrand, who moved the group's location in 2019, the space has a small torture-chamber’s worth of custom-made bondage furniture, including a cross affixed with numerous attachments, a throne fit for a goddess, and a bed that probably wasn’t made for a good night’s rest in mind, all in leather. “I’ve been moving for 12 years now in the city,” the mover said, “this one had some of the nicer stuff we’ve seen.”[1]

The Taillor Group teaches kink-positive, femdom BDSM workshops hosted in a safe, judgement free and empowering environment[6] at a BDSM house in Brooklyn. The events cater to the erotically intrepid, and include lessons on bondage and paddling, cross-dressing events for guys, dirty drawing featuring tied-up models, and pegging classes for women.[1]

Charlotte poses for Ale Fruscella with books about feminism, sexuality and kink (2019).

The local femdom organization also participates in kink community gatherings and local events. Taillor's booth was described as one of the more raunchy ones of the 2019 Sex Expo, a one-of-a-kind event dedicated to celebrating sexual wellness in a modern, uplifting space.[7]

Kink counseling[edit]

Charlotte additionally counsels couples interested in exploring their kinks within the safety of a BDSM structure, and problem-solves their sexual frustrations by exploring the roots of desire and facilitating solutions.[3]

Example Case[edit]

Partner A has a fetish for elevator sex and Partner B has an intense case of claustrophobia. The challenge of the case was to create a fantasy scene, enjoyable and safe for both parties: is it the elevator or is it an exhibitionist fetish (and a risk of being discovered) that turns on Partner A? Could they experiment in a different kind of enclosed space?[3]

Taillor also takes questions on her Instagram platform for 24 hours every Monday.[8]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Mixson, Colin. "Happy ending: Movers help Bed-Stuy dominatrix flee BDSM-hating neighbor • Brooklyn Paper". Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Gold, Michael (2019-03-15). "When the Dominatrix Moved In Next Door (Published 2019)". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "In Virtual Dungeons, Less Flogging and More Key-Logging". Bedford + Bowery. 2020-06-17. Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  4. XBIZ. "Sex Expo Continues With Day 2 of Contests, Kink and Sex-Positivity". XBIZ. Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  5. "BDSM, Kink and Feminism in Brooklyn, NYC -". BDSM, Kink and Feminism in Brooklyn, NYC - Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  6. "BDSM Feminist Collective Aims to Make Sex Work Safer in Bushwick". Bushwick Daily. 2019-11-18. Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  7. "Sex Expo - The Biggest Sex-Life Event in America". Sex Expo. Retrieved 2021-03-08.
  8. "Login • Instagram". Retrieved 2021-03-08.

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