There is always something poetic about staring into an abyss of dirty slutdom. The Sun newspaper knows what I’m talking about. Today they’re running an interview with Emma Sayle, the controversial founder of the sex party club Killing Kittens.
In the interview The Sun talk to Emma about her newly published memoirs — Behind The Mask. Obviously Emma’s memoirs are all about taking Britain’s stately homes and turning them into club night venues awash in sex and debauchery. Apparently only stunning single girls and beautiful rich couples are invited to attend these riotous pleasure parties and all must wear a mask.
Sadly Behind The Mask has no censored photographs showing A-List ladies bumping and grinding each other in strawberry flavoured jacuzzies. No doubt their personal lawyers have all threatened to sue Emma’s ass if pictures like that ever get to see the light of day.
I guess that’s also why Emma hasn’t named any of the politicians, footballers, actors or supermodels all whom her parties have helped reach the pinnacles of their pleasure.
Well all except for Luisa Zissman that is who, in an interview with a tabloid last year, named herself.
In the Sun’s interview with Emma she describes Luisa as “a typical Killing Kittens alpha female.”
Here’s an extract:
“Luisa has been to quite a few parties. I think she used to come to the big ones we held at Portland Place in London.
“She oozes confidence. She’s quite sexually aggressive and she says exactly what she wants.
“I think Luisa likes the freedom but also the control. Females are in control at my parties — it’s not about what the guy wants at all.”
(Via: The Sun.)
Yes, there you were thinking that Luisa was a virginal nun who wears cotton knickers both over and under her pantyhose. Perfect image shattered.
The Sun also asked Emma if she had been tempted to join in with all the fun. She replies, “No, never. When you’re counting bottles of champagne, you’re not thinking about stripping off.”
Emma is four months pregnant with her first baby and one day she’ll need to look her kid in the eye and explain what you have to do to pay the rent. On that day, it’ll be so much better if she can say simulated sex and not real sex.
Behind the Mask is published today by Harper Collins. You can read the rest of the Sun’s interview with Emma here.