Pandora's Box (BDSM)

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Pandora's Box is a professional domination BDSM studio founded and managed for over a decade by Mistress Raven in New York City at the time one of the most famous dominatrixes in America.[1]. It has been the subject of the documentary Fetishes by Nick Broomfield,[2] and a book by the photographic journalist Susan Meiselas,[3] as well as the subject of numerous magazine and newspaper articles.[4][5]

Its premises are a large basement facility in the Chelsea district of Manhattan. It recently (2006) absorbed another domination studio, Den of Iniquity.[citation needed] It provides a wide range of BDSM activities, including fetish and role play. Like other New York domination studios, it does not permit sex on the premises.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/1997/05/09/movies/humiliation-business-and-its-customers.html
  2. ^ Fetishes on IMDb
  3. ^ Pandora's Box. Photographs by Susan Meiselas. Text by Mistress Raven, Richard August, Mistress Delilah. Trebruk Publishing, London, 2002. 92 pp., 63 color illustrations, 8x12". ISBN 0-9538901-1-2
  4. ^ Otto Luck (December 1998). "A Chat With Mistress Raven of Pandora's Box". NY Rock. Archived from the original on 2010-11-27. Retrieved 2010-05-16. 
  5. ^ Tristan Taormino (2002-01-29). "Dungeons and Doms". Village Voice. Retrieved 2010-05-16. 

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