Friday, May 11, 2012

Kinky Kiss and Tell - Devon from Master Class, by Rachel Haimowitz

Today we are interviewing A-list film star Devon Turner, who grew even more famous when Rachel Haimowitz wrote a book about his very kinky relationship with Broadway darling Nicky Avery. Here's what Devon had to say:

What's your favorite thing about Nicky?
This may be surprising, but I love what a smartass he can be. Keeps me on my toes—some days he really makes me earn his submission. Also makes me laugh. And I love how he keeps such a firm grip on that part of himself, even when he’s down deep as deep goes.


What does Nicky do that's most annoying?
Mostly be a smartass. *laughs* What can I say; sometimes he takes it too far and needs a good whipping—or rather, needs to be sent to bed without one.


How old were you when you lost your virginity? 
Oh god. *winces* This is a little embarrassing. But you’ve gotta understand, I grew up in show business; kids are pretty precocious there. I was *mumbles* fourteen. It may or may not have been a nonreciprocal blowjob in wardrobe.


What's your favorite sexual talent of Nicky?
Definitely the pain he can take. He’s a total slut for it and he’s the first to admit it—and beg for it too. It’s frankly remarkable how far he can go. God, what a turn-on.


What's Nicky’s weirdest habit?
He likes to make lace. I mean, like, we’re talking doilies, collars, that sort of thing. Crazy intricate stuff. Which I guess is one of the hazards of growing up in theater. Says it relaxes him, I dunno. But he sure is hot when he wears it, so I’m not complaining.


How is it living such an openly kinky lifestyle in the public eye?
We’ve both always known there’s no such thing as privacy in the professions we’ve chosen, and we feel so blessed to be able to do the work we want to do that that was always a price we were willing to pay. We never exactly planned to get out there and shout our kink from the rooftops, but we take no shame in it either, and decided together that it’d cause much less of a stir if we stood proud and open about our lifestyle right from the start, rather than having the paparazzi sneak up on us one day and find lascivious pictures of a play session splashed across the tabloids. So ever since we got married, we’ve been fairly open about the fact that we do engage in power exchange, though we’re generally fairly guarded about details. It actually feels really nice to think that maybe we can be role models for other folks out there who might worry what would happen if people found out what they like to do, or for folks who maybe think there’s something wrong with it or them. There isn’t—it’s a beautiful thing, really it is—and we’re both happy to have photographers crawling up our asses if it makes even one person more at peace with themselves.

If you'd like to read more of Devon's story, you can visit's the authors website, RachelHaimowitz.com, or her blog. You can purchase a copy of Master Class or Sublime at these bookstores:





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