Heather and Nikki bonded over their love of cursing, cheeseburgers and throwing pancakes at kids. As their relationship grew stronger and their marriages failed, their sexual awakening began. Supporting each other’s booze intake, cupcake consumption and one night stands, the BFF’s climbed out of the ashes of divorce and decided to write about their sexual evolution: the good, the bad, and the hysterical. It’s not all about naked baking, 80’s power ballads and Donut King, y’all. It’s about getting cum in your eye (AGAIN), needing a spa day for your vagina, and chemical burns on your lady bits. But more importantly, it’s about being sex positive and embracing yourself. Kinks and all.
A lot has changed since Vagina Antics was born. Nikki has embraced her shoe addiction and has recently confessed she is an Instagram whore. She now prefers vodka over tequila and has been dubbed an Internet Ninja. Perhaps the biggest change is that she no longer identifies herself as a submissive. With the encouragement of her incredibly kinky play partner turned boyfriend, she found the freedom to explore and unleash her dominant nature.
Nikki still manages to dodge unwarranted restraining orders placed on her by the PTO, but has been busted more than once by the OCPD for driving her boy to school barefoot and braless.
When not writing for Vagina Antics, Nikki struggles with college math, avoids Walmart, and makes bad parenting choices while trying to build a career. She is still writing her memoir turned young adult fiction turned memoir turned BDSM erotica novel, um, memoir. She has rediscovered her love of baking with the help of Motley Crüe and continues to alienate her neighbors.
Despite their zombie-esque behavior before the morning caffeine allotment, Nikki and Heather realized their friendship was something special. Thus, the soulmateclones were born. Since then, they’ve laughed, they’ve cried, and they’ve done things too naughty not to share.
When Vagina Antics began in January 2012, Heather was newly divorced and a collared slave owned by her Dom, identified as M in her posts. She was also dating a Canadian in an open, polyamorous relationship. (I know. It’s so shocking. A Canadian!) She struggled to balance creating a new home and a new career while exploring what being kinky meant to her.
These days Heather is still exploring her bisexuality and kink, but her relationships have changed. She’s in an open, polyamorous relationship with Zen. He calls himself “conventional” but Zen keeps Heather on her toes. She’s also in a different Master/slave dynamic with LH, and they’re both polyamorous. They have recently signed a contract together, and she’s looking forward to new challenges on the path of submission.
If she’s not writing for Vagina Antics, Heather writes two columns for Fearless Press. A Kink in the Curves discusses body image and fashion, and At the Crossroads is a monthly column that explores the sensitive place where Catholicism and kink meet. She has been published in Safeword Magazine and is currently working on several other sex-positive collaborations. Heather’s pet project is an urban fantasy novel which is going very slowly because, you know, sex. On the days that she escapes the thrall of her computer, Heather sews, takes really bad photographs and spends an inordinate amount of time in the kitchen. They don’t call it the hottest room in the house for nothin’.
All it took was Heather’s suggestion of a ‘mood cockring’ and Nikki’s endorsement of a bedazzled switchblade for the soulmateclone bond to form. Remember, they’re not professionals. They’re just vagina rockstars.
*Kisses and Spanks*