Submission Possible is Revry’s new kinky docuseries for the queerantine

New original docuseries that takes you on the kinky vacation you've been craving for during the quarantine.

Arts Arts and Culture Simon Elstad

This article was published on June 29th, 2020

What’s your kink or fetish? How often do you explore it or even talk about it? Most of us have a kink, fetish, or secret sexual desire, but very few dare to examine them.

Submission Possible, Revry’s new docuseries invites you to explore just that – your kinks and fetishes. It takes you away from your quarantine, on a journey where you can just sit back and lean in as the “Queen of Kink,” Madison Young, takes you on a titillating adventure into queer fetishes, kink, and sexual exploration. The show is courtesy LGBTQ+ virtual cable TV network, Revry.

Submission Possible

Submission possible is an hour-long docuseries written, directed, and developed by Madison Young, a feminist porn icon, author, and sexual revolutionary. It explores the queer, and less-often talked about, queer sexual underground of kinks, fetishes, BDSM, and secret sexual desires. The show, which premiered on June 19th captures sex and fetish-positive stories, with Young as the exploration guide, diving deep into the unique travel adventure that explores kink cultures in communities around the world from a queer experience.

The premiere episode sees Young visit New Orleans, a hauntingly beautiful city steeped in history. She explores sex magic rituals, sexy seanses, and even spectrophilia (sexual attraction to ghosts or sexual arousal from images in mirrors). Yeah, it’s a thing! These explorations lead to fascinating encounters such as with Sura Hertzberg, an ecosexual sex magician, gypsy Sandiego, a herbal alchemist, Ashton Young, a kinky witch, and tarot reader among others.

Each guest ushers a deeper level of understanding and appreciation of the different sexual kinks and fetishes. They share a different aspect of their queer, sacred, and kinky journeys that intimately connects them with new cultures and communities.

Dare to

Submission Possible is a dare—a challenge for us to shift the narrative. For us to celebrate our differences and our sameness, our connections,” proclaims Madison Young. “It is a culmination of my deep desire to gather women, POC, queers, trans folk, non-binary community, femmes, butches, sex workers, kinksters around the kitchen table, around the fire, to share our stories, of who we are as sexual beings because our desires matter.  Our stories matter.  We are claiming our space. This is the time. It is time for us to talk loudly and boldly about our orgasms, our pleasure, our kinks, our fetishes, our desires, our relationships.”

According to Christopher J. Rodriguez, Revry Co-founder and CBO: “Madison’s work is so ground-breaking because she’s having conversations that, even within the queer community, can be taboo: fetish pride, embracing sexual quirks, challenging traditional standards of beauty. He continues, “We’re thrilled to offer a space for these conversations on our network–especially now when people are craving human connection. Love & Sex in the Time of COVID.”

Subscribers of Revry Premium subscription, on-demand network where you can watch the series premiere of Submission Possible (available on iOS, tvOS, Android, Fire TV, Roku, Samsung and the web at www.revry.tv). Due to COVID-related production delays, new episodes of Submission Possible will premiere in 2021.

Subscribe to Revry today. Use promo code M216 when signing up.

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