If you're wondering what it takes to be a Mominatrix, check out our "I'm a Mominatrix" interviews with some of the hottest moms on the internet who were willing to share the secret to their sex-cess. Apparently you don't need to be a leather wearing, whip carrying maven to be a Mominatrix, after all. These ladies have their own special ways of making sure their libidos know whose boss.
Featured Mominatrix: Kelly Diels
Kelly Diels is a weekly writer for ProBlogger, wildly hireable freelance writer, and the creator of Cleavage, a blog about three things we all want more of: sex, money and meaning.What makes you a "Mominatrix?"
The catsuit, definitely.
How do you feel about the term "MILF?"
I have mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, awesome, because of course being a mother doesn't negate your sexuality. On the other hand, ewwww, because doesn't that acronym imply that mothers are usually not hot? There's a sexist social commentary embedded in that assumption.
How has "sexy" changed since you've become a mother?
I am sexier now, because of mothering. Now, I appreciate my body: look at what it can do. I grew people. And now my character and emotional life are richer, deeper, wider, which means I'm intensely present and able to be empathetic and communicative. I can truly connect to a partner now.
How has motherhood affected your sex life?
It fired it up. I am lit with love and it spills over into every arena of my life: sex, creativity, business - everything.
What's a simple sexy tip (or tips) that you can share with other moms?
Enjoy it. Nap a lot. When I'm rested, I'm delightful. When I'm tired, even I don't want to be around myself.
Your sexiest body part?
What accessory or piece of clothing makes you feel the sexiest?
I really like fishnet stockings, and hot shoes (or a colourful bra) always make me feel hot.
Any special tricks (ahem)?
Enthusiasm is never over-rated.