Are you curious about the Master/Slave relationship and how it works in BDSM? Then don’t miss the next showing of “Is This Normal?” when Emily and Simone sit down with Master George and slave bren. The show will air live at 7 p.m. PST on Thursday, February 9, on Ustream at If you enter the chat room you will REALLY be part of the action!   

Master George and slave bren have been together for 8 years. slave bren discovered her path to slavery in 1998 and relocated to Los Angeles from Ontario, Canada, in order to grow in her slavery under the care and guidance of Master George in 2002. She became his collared slave in 2008. She has won numerous accolades and is the founder of theLos Angelessisters in submission (LAsis) support group. She presents classes alone and with Master George throughout LA.  

Master George gives demos and mentors at all levels in the Leather community and hosts a Male-Dom only support Group called Los Angeles Brother in Dominance (LABiD). He is the coordinator for the BDSM club Threshold and runs the club’s discussion groups. He is proud of his dedicated slave, bren, and recently started working with Submissive Shelly. 

In addition to chatting with Master George and slave bren, Emily and Simone will discuss sexuality in the news and answer questions posed by viewers. You can submit your questions at

“Is This Normal?” is a webcast presented by The Center for Positive Sexuality on sex and sexual issues hosted by Emily Prior and Simone, The Filthy Book Reader. The show is broadcast on our Ustream Channel. Viewing this show does not require a membership or age verification, however to chat with us during the show, you must create a Ustream Profile, that asks for birthdate, gender, and zip code. Clips from previous shows can be found on our Youtube Channel.

“Is This Normal?” deals with all sorts of sexual topics, ranging from basic sex education to gay and lesbian issues to kink and alternative sexualities. The show features guests from the academic field and from the various alternative lifestyles, reviews on current sex research and recent discoveries, sex in the news from around the world, demonstrations, and other fun stuff.

Ms Prior named the program based on her experiences in teaching and lecturing on sex and sexuality topics. “In all the consulting and teaching I’ve done, the most frequent question I get is “Am I normal?” or “Is this normal?”

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