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|Born||1982 (age 37–38)|
|Occupation||Dominatrix, educatrix, academic, author|
Colette Pervette also known as "Domina Colette" (born in 1982) is an Asian-American dominatrix, educatrix, performance artist, feminist, and Sex Worker Rights activist. She founded the interactive website, Pervette.com. Part game, part auto-biographical book, part film, and a living guide in a Choose Your Own Erotic Adventure style format, Pervette.com is an interactive transmedia website that engages the visitor to "get intimate” with themselves and Colette as they take on her character and navigate her life choices through hypertexts. The deeper the visitor explores the labyrinthine website, the more intimate the content and visitor experience becomes. Topics such as bdsm, sex work, plant medicine, sexual identity, spirituality are covered through a second person point of view narrative. 
Education[edit | edit source]
Pervette earned a doctorate Ph.D. in Education and Human Development from University of California Berkeley graduate school. She earned her bachelors degree in Psychology at UCLA. She was valedictorian of her high school graduating class at which time she received the Bill Gates Millennium Scholarship Award for her academic achievement.  She is based in San Francisco Bay Area and operating worldwide. Colette earned a doctorate Ph.D. in Education and Human Development from University of California Berkeley graduate school. She earned her bachelors degree in education at UCLA at which time she was also granted the Bill Gates Millennium Scholarship Award for her academic achievement. She was the valedictorian of her high school graduating class. 
Career[edit | edit source]
Colette's career as a professional dominatrix started in 2005, while she was a doctoral student at University of California Berkeley.  Colette Pervette's work explores the art of BDSM, fetish, and power exchange in a safe, sane, consensual context.She is a performance artist, fetish model, lingerie model and actress in arthouse films. While her work primarily consists of fantasy and fetish exploration as a dominant engaging in the practice of bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadomasochism, or BDSM, Colette also takes on the role as an "educatrix” in weekend-long workshops where she teaches “women how to channel their inner Domme” 
Activism[edit | edit source]
Colette Pervette is an active proponent sex workers rights, femdom, BDSM, polyamory, and alternative sexuality.  She is an advocate of sex worker’s rights and speaks about the misconceptions assumed of sex workers today.  Colette states, "I think one of the more dangerous misconceptions is that all sexworkers all putting ourselves in harm's way. And therefore we must stop what we're doing, for our own safety. That's why there are these bills like SESTA/FOSTA, which on the face of it sounds like it's like trying to "protect us" when in fact, it's trying to extinguish all sexwork, which is our livelihood.”  She asserts that the Sex Worker movement is “not unlike the LGBTQ movement" in that they are not going to go away because society does not understand them at the time. Sex workers have existed throughout history and Colette proposes personal and collective story-telling to demystify the mystery and misconception around her work as a dominatrix and sexworker. 
Films[edit | edit source]
Domina Colette was cast on the film After Adderal (2016) written and directed by S. Elliot as the ex-girlfriend. In one scene, she performs a full power exchange and dom and sub routine. Colette Pervette has featured in numerous pornographic films showcasing specific sets of BDSM rituals and routines and showcases the erotica equipment. One film was screened at CineKink. Workshop for Breakup featured in the New York Times (C. "We also met with a professional dominatrix who goes by Colette Pervette to talk about — among so much else — sex, fantasy, communication and shame. “We have so many sides to ourselves, and yet we show one, maybe two, to our partner,” Ms. Pervette said.
References[edit | edit source]
- "The Surprising Psychology of BDSM". Mind Love Podcast. 10 July 2018. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
- Kim, Christina (30 November 2018). "APEX Express: The After Dark Show". KPFA 94.1. Retrieved 19 March 2019.
- Sam Lawrence. "A dominatrix smokes toad venom and loses her ego with Mistress Colette". Grow Big Always. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
- Weiss, Jared Matthew. "Getting In Touch With Your Fantasies". lovetouchpoint.podbean.com. The Touchpoint. Retrieved 23 March 2019.
- "#SexWorkAMA: 60 sex workers, advocates, educators, policy makers, and trafficking survivors - ask us anything about sex work, decriminalization, trafficking, migrant sex work, and the impact of laws like SESTA/FOSTA!". reddit. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
- "5 Sex Workers Describe How They Came out to Their Families". ATTN:. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
- "Is It Possible to "Hack" Heartbreak?". www.playboy.com. Playboy. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
- "Can a Shaman Cure My Fear of Normalcy?". Vogue. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
- "'This Bill Is Killing Us': 9 Sex Workers On Their Lives In The Wake Of FOSTA". Huffington Post. 11 May 2018. Retrieved 24 March 2019 – via Huff Post.
- "52 Hours at Breakup Boot Camp". 2 June 2018. Retrieved 11 March 2019 – via NYTimes.com. Molly Oswaks
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