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Interview with Ico the Wandering Love Mystic

Ico, (pronounced Ee-Co) is a Wandering Love Mystic and uses They/Them pronouns. They are the founder of Enlightened Consent Foundation, which is a nonprofit causing a global paradigm shift in how humanity relates to sexuality and sexual expression. Their nonprofit provides transformative experiences and supportive resources to kinky, polyamorous, and LGBTQ+ identified people so they get to experience being completely seen, honored, and loved. They are co-creating a world where everyone feels that they belong.


Ico’s superpower is working with people who are uncomfortable with the topics of sex and guiding them to a place where they feel they belong, are accepted, and loved through Ico’s unconditional embracing of their authentic sexuality.


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Viewer Questions

  • Blake from Wisconsin

    Negotiations are hard. As a relative newcomer to BDSM, I’m always worried that I’ll forget something and, even if it isn’t my intent, I would break someone’s consent and be roasted in open kinky court. Do you have any tips for me? For context, I am a Male Dominant.

  • Toni from New York


    More of a curiosity than a question, but for Rope Squirrel, Ritz Cracker, or Alpine Lynx, what was the first scene you ever did? Did that influence your later scenes? Was it even something you still do to this day?

  • Kanin (pronounced Cane In) from Louisiana


    I’ve always had a problem playing with males as a male myself. It’s something I want to try, but call it societal conditioning or dare I say homo-phobia, I just cannot bring myself to enjoy scenes when I try. I see so many (what I assume are) straight-identifying male tops and they seem to have no issues with this. How can I get over this? I don’t want to be discriminatory.