4 May 1967
|Education||University of Helsinki|
In 1995, Alanne started studying literature, art history, Finnish language and theatre in the University of Helsinki. As a student she also worked as an intern archiver at the Finnish Literature Society. In her thirties, after a period of introspection following the divorce from a failed relationship, she found herself in a new relationship with a dominant male, and discovered her masochist self.
In 2000, she started a website called NeitiNarun Ihmeellinen Huone (MissNaru's Wonderful Room), where she discussed sadomasochistic sexuality under her pseudonym, until in 2002 she published an autobiographical novel called Neiti N:n tarina (Miss N's story), which earned her the "Year's Kinkiest Performance" award by the cultural society Rsyke the following year.
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- "Esittely: Outi Alanne" (in Finnish). WSOY. Archived from the original on 12 May 2012. Retrieved 4 February 2012.
- Teerijoki, Elina (December 2002). "Masokisti ja feministi". Turun Ylioppilaslehti (in Finnish). Archived from the original on 13 August 2007. Retrieved 4 February 2012.
- "Vuoden Kinkyteko: palkinnon hullu historia 2001–2009" (in Finnish). Kulttuuriyhdistys Rsyke ry. 2010. Retrieved 4 February 2012.
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